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San Angel Inn Restaurant reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for San Angel Inn Restaurant, a table service restaurant in World Showcase - Mexico at Epcot.

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Posted: February 15, 2014

The San Angel Inn might be the Inception of theme park restaurant settings. (You're dining next to a Mayan pyramid, while inside a Mayan pyramid!) Modeled after its sister, namesake restaurant in Mexico City, Epcot's San Angel Inn is a table-service restaurant offering Carne Asada, Mole Poblano, Pescado a la Veracruzana and other Mexican specialities at dinner, from $24-30. Lunch options include tacos and enchiladas, from $18-28.

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39 votes, so far

I ate here recently with my wife and we absolutely loved it! The food was excellent and the server was very attentive. The free chips and salsa were really good. There are so many good choices on the menu that I can't wait to go back and try them all. Dinning next to a pyramid and a erupting volcano creates an unforgettable atmosphere! - Mickey Black

A beautiful restaurant setting inside the Mexican pyramid next to the themed attraction. Food is very good. - Rob Pastor

The atmosphere is superb but the food is indifferent and the staff are, for the most part, disinterested in the guests. I have not eaten there in over 10 years because of that. - Keith Forrest

Though the reports vary on this place, I have always found it fun and pretty tasty. i think some people come in expecting Combo # 5: Taco, tamale, beans and rice. And its not like that at all. - Tom Rigg

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