Monday, January 31, 2011

Disney an unexpected food Mecca....

  Say Disney World to the average person and visions of thousands of 5-8 year olds dressed in their princess or pirate costumes running down Main St. spring to mind. The last thing you think of is 4 star restaurants, romantic dinners, or great ethnic cuisine, but those and more can be found within the confines of the Mouse's house! At the Grand Floridian you have Victoria and Albert's. At the Waly Disney World Dolphin you have the renown Shula's Steak house, and Todd English Blue Zoo, plus many many more....

In EPCOT, the World Showcase offers a variety of choices from Moroccan to Mexican cuisine. There are buffets, sit down choices, and sometimes fast food at every country. One of my favorites is in the Mexican Pavilion, located deep inside the giant pyramid of the pavilion. You must walk through the Mexican village market to arrive at this wonderful restaurant. Modeled after a 17th-century hacienda at the base of Mayan ruins, the San Angel Inn serves an array of zesty specialties.

From your table you have a magnificent view, as the restaurant is set right above the Gran Fiesta Tour, which is a calm, relaxing boat ride featuring the Three Caballeros - Panchito, Jose, and Donald Duck.  Don't let Donald fool you - the San Angel Inn Restaurante has outstanding, authentic Mexican cuisine in a magnificent, romantic atmosphere under a star lit sky.


The staff is fast serving, friendly, and very accommodating. The food is cooked to perfection. Highly recommended is the tortillas with sliced beef or chicken, which are delicious and very filling. Wash them down with a Mexican beer or glass of red wine. Save room for dessert, because a piece of flan is the perfect ending to every Mexican meal. Prices at the San Angel Inn Restaurante are very reasonable, considering the quality of food and setting. If you love authentic Mexican food, and I do not mean Taco Bell here, and want a beautiful place to sit down and enjoy a leisurely meal, then San Angel is the place for you. Meals here range from $15 - $40.


Both the dinner and lunch menu are listed below for your convenience.
San Angel Inn dinner menu
San Angel Inn Lunch Menu



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4 comments:

Judy1229 said...

The San Angel is a favorite for me as well. The food is always fresh and very tasty, I've never been disappointed in any entre'. I hear that the layered margaritas are a reason to stop in here too!
I like the laid back atmosphere, it allows for a nice, relaxing meal away from all the 'hubub' and rushing out in the park.

V said...

I've had the margaritas but have never eaten in Mexico. thanks for the recommendation.

Mare said...

Miss Renee and I enjoyed a girl's lunch there a few years back. It is a memory we both cherish, and the food was delicious. =)

Gloria Caruso said...

I love the food there. People sometimes are disappointed because it is authentic Mexican and not American Mexican, and there is a difference! Just the atmosphere is worth the stop there.