These are our impressions from recent (September) multigenerational trip 5 - 83. And some older experiences.
1900 Park Fare supper - great character interaction for 5 yo and 83 yo. Lots of good or interesting choices on buffet. You can see menus on line. The mini desserts are morish. It’s loud. Very noisy. But a must do for us.
Crystal Palace - our most do breakfast. Previously ppo but now 10:30 am breakfast. Not so crowded. Great character interaction. Parade for kids. Food is ok. We usually use this buffet breakfast as a first introduction of character interaction to newbies.
Garden Grill for lunch with splinter group - great character interaction. Lots of time. I don’t think there are big tables. Our table was a bit crowded with 3 girls ages 5, 7 & 8, dad and grandma. I’m not a fan of the family platter foods. However this was the best mac n cheese I’ve had in ever.
Trails End Kitchen - historically a must do. usually supper. Couldn’t fit it in for September. Ate here in July 2018. Elementary age kids love this buffet for foods they recognize and love. Afterwards we like to sit with a beverage on the porch of the tavern next door and let the kids play on the adjacent playground.
Restaurant Marrakesh - always supper. The girls absolutely adored the belly dancer and dancing with her, she’s so wonderfully approachable. Service here has always been very good. Some of our group look forward to the tea. Our 83 yo has taken to ordering soup for his entree, which here was a hit. One nice thing about Marrakesh is that you can almost always get in here.
Additional notes about Morocco: first country to recognize the United States as a country and George Washington as head of a country.
When Epocot was being planned, the king of Morocco liked the idea of a pavilion so much he sent his personal artisans to do the tile work which always blows me away even now.