We recently returned from a 1 week trip and here is where we ate. We had the regular Dining Plan - our discount worked out to about half-price so we did pretty well. Which of course meant that we ordered a lot of extras lol!
First the Table Service Restaurants
Skipper Canteen - was wonderful. The food was good - not amazing (like Sanaa or even "Ohana), but interesting and tasty. The chocolate cake was exceptionally good! The theming was just fabulous! If there are not enough pix already online I will post a few. The service was great - the waitstaff were pretty much Jungle Cruise skippers. Funny and charming. We would totally eat here again!! We had the Arepas, salad, Char Siu pork, grilled steak, and Kungaloosh cake.I would rate the food good and the dessert excellent.
Be Our Guest - was good. The food and theming were actually better than the Skipper Canteen, but it was just so noisy and hectic. It was less hectic than lunch was last time we went, but not by much. The service was fine and the Beast was great. But. somehow, we don’t think we will eat there again. We had the Potato Leek Soup, French Onion Soup, Salad, Roasted Lamb, Braised Pork, and orange eclair. I would rate the food ok to excellent and the dessert excellent.
Tonys - We have eaten here several times but this was the best meal we’ve had there in years. We eat here because my husband loves the ambiance and the food is generally fine. However, we had skipped lunch that day and were very hungry, so that may have had something to do with it! The service was very good. We had the Zucchini Fries. Caesar Salad, Chicken Parmigiana, and Tiramisu. The food was good and the dessert excellent.
The Rose and Crown - we eat here every trip and always watch the fireworks from the outside seating or the terrace. It was great, as usual. The service was also great. We had the Apple Salad, Meat Pie, Potato Leek Soup (WAY better than the soup at BOG), Bangers and Mash (probably my best meal all week), Sunday Roast Dinner (a special they have on Sundays), and Sticky Toffee Pudding. The food was good to excellent and the dessert excellent.
Teppan Edo - this was our first time eating here. It was a lot of fun and the food was quite good - steak and shrimp. The desserts were odd - we had ginger cake and green tea cake - but not bad. The service was exceptional.I would like to say that we would eat here again but we will probably try a different restaurant next time, as there are so many in Epcot that we have not yet tried. But Teppan Edo is definitely worth eating at again! The food and dessert were good.
50’s Prime Time - was a loser this time. We had eaten there several years ago but it was not as good as we remembered. The theme is charming and the service was great, but the food was just ok. We had the Onion Rings, Meatloaf, Pot Pie, Brownie Sundae and Chocolate PB cake. The onion rings and meatloaf were good, but it was the kind of meal that looked way better than it tasted. The desserts were tremendous, so we shared the ice cream and took the cake back to the room and ate some that night. Tghe desserts were just ok…We would not eat here again - next time we will try Mama Melrose.
Yak and Yeti - this was our first time eating here and we loved it! We waited a very long time and my husband was in a bad mood over it (it was pouring and we think that they were taking several walkins more than they should have), but once we sat down we both perked up. It is beautiful and we spent some time after our meal walking around. We had our best service of the trip here. The food was good to excellent and the dessert was excellent. We had the Egg Rolls, Wonton Soup, Crispy Honey chicken, Chicken Tikka Masala (my husband’s best meal of the week. He said it was different - the pan-asian style - but just as good as what he had at Sanaa last year), and the chocolate pudding cake. We will definitely eat here again!
I will post a few comments about the counter-service places soon, just in case someone will find them helpful.