New Menu Items Added to the Coral Reef Restaurant in Epcot

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Disney has announced that they have added some great new menu options to the menu at the Coral Reef Restaurant.

For those of you who haven’t been, this restaurant is located around the right hand side of The Living Seas pavilion. When you approach the pavilion turn towards the pathway on the right hand side and follow it down to the restaurant.

It’s a hidden gem that a lot of people don’t know about and it’s so worth it!

The decor is a bit dated and looks very 1980’s, but the one whole wall is a viewing area to the giant aquarium. You can watch the fish and sea animals while you dine and the food is very good! It’s one of our favorites!

What is new?

Appetizer:

Seared Sea Scallops– served with saffron butter broth, tomato bruschetta and crostini.

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Entrees:

Lobster Seafood Boil– lobster, Jonah Crab slaw, shrimp, mussels, Andouille sausage, corn, potatoes, in ouzo-garlic butter and spiced cioppino broth.

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Grilled Swordfish– served with warm white beans, roasted Cipollini, onions, arugula and lemon-herb vinaigrette.

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One Pound steamed Maryland-Style Snow Crab Legs– This newly enhanced dish is Snow Crab legs served with lemon and butter.

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Dessert:

Seasonal cheesecake-served with a shortbread cookie and fruit compote.

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If you haven’t been to the Coral Reef you really need to try it! It’s a table service restaurant and uses one credit. Our kids love this one too and if you aren’t a seafood person (like me) their steaks are very good!

To book a reservation visit the Walt Disney World Resort website,  use the My Disney Experience app, or call 407 WDW-DINE (407 939-3463).

What do you think? Have you been to the Coral Reef before? Do you like it?

Comment and let us know!

Source: Disney Parks Blog

 


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