The following are several of the most requested restaurants for dining at Epcot. It is best to make reservations in advance. Restaurants like Le Cellier Steakhouse have been known to book up weeks in advance during busy seasons. To book a reservation in advance, call 407-WDW-DINE.
- Coral Reef Restaurant
Located in The Living Seas pavilion at Epcot. This is the only dining room in the world next to a 5.7-million-gallon aquarium. Diners are entertained by 5,000 inhabitants of the saltwater tank - barracuda, angelfish, sharks, dolphins, rays and even humans diving to feed the fish. The menu features fresh fish and shellfish - but none of the pavilion's undersea inhabitants are on the menu.
- Le Cellier Steakhouse
The Canadian Pavilion at Epcot's World Showcase. This steak-lover's paradise also has great seafood choices. Good wine selection. Can't get reservations? Try an order of the Cheese Soup and breadsticks to-go.
- Bistro de Paris
The French Pavilion at Epcot's World Showcase. Authentic French fare served up in a replica of a Parisian bistro. Magnificent French wine list.
- Teppan Edo
The Japanese Pavilion at Epcot's World Showcase. Dine in one of the small teppanyaki dining rooms where Wagyu and Kobe beef is prepared along with traditional teppan dishes. Can't get a reservation? Try Tokyo Dining, adjacent to the tappanyaki dining rooms for flavorful tempura and grilled meat.
- La Hacienda de San Angel
Here you will experience the most picturesque dining in all of Epcot with a panoramic waterfront view of the World Showcase Lagoon. A 250-seat table-service restaurant decorated with traditional Mexican colors, bright and inviting.
- Via Napoli
This new casual pizzeria can be found adjacent to Tutto Italia Ristorante. The 300-seat restaurant will feature a menu inspired by the famous pizzerias of southern Italy. Labeled as the first authentic Italian pizzeria to ever open in the park, Via Napoli will feature salads, pasta and wood-fired pizza along with chicken and veal dishes.