Disney to Offer ‘The Little Mermaid’ Themed Menu at Epcot’s Coral Reef Restaurant


The Little Mermaid is 30! Wow! I remember walking around the mall with my mom and we were talking about people going to see it. I can’t believe that was 30 years ago. Well it must have been, malls were popular.

In honor of this momentous anniversary The Coral Reef Restaurant in Epcot will offer a limited time “commemorative menu to celebrate the 30th anniversary” of The Little Mermaid.”

Starting on October 19th, the new menu will feature offerings like:

Dinglehopper Shrimp Cocktail, Chef Louis’ Lobster Seafood Boil, and King Triton’s Key Lime Tart.

(Photo Credit: Disney)

Guests will also be allowed to take home a commemorative menu (while supplies last.)

We highly recommend the Coral Reef. It is one of our absolute favorite restaurants in Epcot. Located to the far right of The Living Seas with Nemo and Friends, it is a hidden gem.

While you dine you get a great view of the aquarium and you can watch all the sea creatures and divers. With this special Little Mermaid offering, I think it’s worth it to stop in and check it out.

You can make reservations through the My Disney Experience App, the Disney website or your travel agent.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Disney

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