Pacific salmon is so much tastier than its Atlantic cousin.
You're kidding, right? Pacific salmon cannot compare to its Atlantic counterpart; Pacific salmon (or, at least, Canadian Pacific salmon) is less flavourful, less moist, and less meaty. I live in Canada and eat seafood regularly from both coasts. My whole family agrees that Atlantic is far superior. In fact, the only seafood I can recall being better from the Pacific are oysters.
Speaking of signature poutines, there's a great French bistro in my town that serves a poutine with shoestring fries, duck confit, green peppercorn and cognac jus, and Quebec brie cheese. It's superb and well worth the $14. If you're ever in Kingston, Ontario, I recommend visiting Chien Noir and eating a duck poutine with a micro-brew.
We'll see if a declining reputation, coupled with a price upgrade, starts to make seats at this location easier to come by in the months ahead. Maybe.
Le Cellier is one of the greatest restaurants in EPCOT (and yes, I am serious). The Cheddar Cheese Soup, Providence Breads, and Deserts are the big winners in my opinion. Pair that with usually top notch servers that are both interesting and friendly, and you have a winning combo! As for the steaks, they are pretty good as well, but I will concede that they are nothing spectacular. Its hard to reinvent steak.
Call it my Impressions de France perhaps? :)