Dining
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The Land Pavillion
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The Land Pavilion:

The Garden Grill - Family restaurant with a farm house atmosphere, rotates and offers a view of
the dark ride section of Living with the Land. The food is simple, family fare with costumed
characters, such as Mickey Mouse, Chip 'n' Dale, and Pluto. Please note that lunch here ended
September 2008.

Sunshine Seasons - A food court

Asian Shop - A variety of noodle bowls and stir-fries.

Sandwich Shop - A variety of made to order sandwiches.

Soup/Salad Shop - A variety of soups and salads.

Wood-Fired Grill Shop - Rotisserie chicken, beef and fish.

Bakery - Nestle Toll House cookies, ice cream, among others.

Breakfast - Breakfast here offers pasteries,and combos that include eggs, one choice of bacon,
or sausage, and a drink.



The Seas with Nemo and Friends:

Coral Reef Restaurant — A table service restaurant. One wall is made of glass and offers views
into the aquarium, where Mickey can occasionally be seen scuba diving.
Mexico:
San Angel Inn: is the sibling to Mexico City's restaurant of the same name, which dates
back to 1692.

La Hacienda de San Ángel: a lakeside table-service restaurant, opened in September
2010.

Cantina de San Ángel: is a lakeside counter-service location.

La Cava del Tequila: is a tequila bar with a vast collection of tequilas, specialty margaritas
and light Mexican appetizers, hosted by tequila "connoisseurs" that interact with park
guests.

Norway:
Restaurant Akershus
Kringla Bakeri og Kafe

China:
Nine Dragon:, a full-service gourmet Chinese restaurant featuring traditional Chinese fare,
such as two-course Peking duck.

Lotus Blossom Cafe: a quick-service restaurant serving an assortment of Chinese dishes.

Germany:
Biergarten Restaurant: a buffet restaurant designed to look as though Oktoberfest is being
celebrated there. Schnitzel, strudel and beer offer a taste of Bavaria at the Biergarten
Restaurant. It features live entertainment and beer served in one liter steins. The dining
hall is actually in the entrance area for the never built boat cruise down the Rhine.

Sommerfest: a quick-service restaurant

Italy:
Tutto Italia
Via Napoli Pizzeria E Ristorante

Japan:
Teppan Edo: Formerly called "Teppanyaki Dining Room," chefs prepare stir-fried foods
right in front of the guests, just like other teppanyaki restaurants.

Tokyo Dining: Originally occupied by two separate restaurants, Tempura Kiku and the
Matsu No Ma lounge, Tokyo Dining is now a traditional sushi restaurant. They serve sushi,
tempura and some other grilled items (such as steak, grilled chicken and so on).

Yakitori House: A counter-service restaurant located on a hill adjacent to the pagoda.

Morocco:
Restaurant Marrakesh - Serves various types of Moroccan cuisine including: Harira soup,
Pastilla Appetizers, couscous, various lamb dishes, and shisk kabob.

Tangerine Cafe - Serves hummus, various salads, rotisserie chicken, Baklava along with
beverages including coffee, mint tea, slushies, beer, and carbonated beverages.

France:
Les Chefs de France

Bistro de Paris

Boulangerie Pâtisserie

United Kingdom:
Rose & Crown Pub & Dining Room:
A full service restaurant that serves English cuisine in both an indoor and outdoor setting.
The indoor section resembles a pub, while the outdoor seating is located on a patio
overlooking the lagoon. Lunch and dinner are served daily. Dishes include Potato and
Leek Soup, Bangers and Mash and Fish and Chips. The Rose and Crown menu was
revamped in 2009 to more closely resemble traditional British food following observations
by serving staff (all British) and customers that it was slightly un-authentic, containing
American food such as burgers-resulting some would say from the fact that the
management and kitchen staff were almost universally Americans who had never visited
the UK.

A key attraction to the Rose and Crown is the selection of ales and stouts including Bass,
Harp and Guinness (from the Republic of Ireland) as well as Stella Artois (despite being
Belgian, it is the UKs most popular lager or non-traditional ale).

Yorkshire County Fish Shop:
A quick service fish and chip counter restaurant that serves only fish, chips, and
shortbread. Drinks, including Bass Ale and Harp Lager, are available. Seating is outdoors
only. Yorkshire is very rarely referred to as "Yorkshire County", despite being a county,
because "shire" and "county" are synonymous in the UK.

Canada:
Le Cellier Steakhouse: provides sit down restaurant service. The interior is to give the
impression of a wine cellar as its name suggests. Food offerings include seafood and
steaks, along with popular Canadian wines and beer. It is located in the main building of
the pavilion, Hotel du Canada modeled after the Château Laurier hotel in Ottawa. The
building is presented (with the aid of forced perspective) to look as if it is six stories in
height, but is really three. The restaurant was originally a cafeteria-style dining hall. It
actually is a cellar, located underneath the chateau; it was designed to appear as a wine
cellar, with simulated stone arches and dark ambient lighting.

Popcorn Cart sells popcorn, soda, Moosehead Lager, Moosehead Light and Labatt's Blue
On Draft