Enjoy a meal in the shadow of Mayan ruins at the San Angel Inn, a table service restaurant in Epcot’s Mexico Pavilion, offering traditional Mexican cuisine and an intensely romantic atmosphere.
At San Angel, you will dine in perpetual twilight while boats from the Gran Fiesta Tour attraction drift by and volcanoes smolder quietly on the horizon.
Modeled after the Restaurante San Angel Inn in Mexico City, Epcot’s San Angel Inn resembles a 17th century colonial hacienda, complete with tile floors and stucco walls.
Lighting at each table is subdued and intimate, making the restaurant a great favorite with Disney guests looking for a romantic meal away from the crowds.
The menu at San Angel offers many Mexican favorites such as tortilla soup, tacos, chicken tostadas, and enchiladas verdes.
Other options include pan-seared tilapia, grilled Mahi Mahi, and grilled sirloin served with layers of fried corn tortilla, green tomatillo sauce, sour cream, and queso fresco.
If you are looking for a restaurant with vegetarian options, the San Angel Inn also serves entrée salads and a combination plate of vegetarian burritos and enchiladas.
For dessert, try warm crepes with caramel, creamy Bavarian mousse, or caramelized lime meringue with vanilla sauce and mixed berries.
Handcrafted Premium Margaritas
San Angel is also famous for its handcrafted, premium margaritas, which you can enjoy in many unique flavors such as blood orange, jalapeño, and avocado.
These refreshing, adult treats can also be found in the Mexico Pavilion’s bar, La Cava del Tequila.
Like many of the restaurants in Epcot, there is a children’s menu, so if your kids are picky eaters, you can still enjoy your lunch or dinner beneath the beautiful, Mexican night sky.
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