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Teppan Edo Restaurant

Teppan Edo Chef

Teppan Edo Chef

Epcot’s Teppan Edo is Hibachi grill dining at its best. With family-style seating around a large grill, your own personal chef to whip up your meal, and a fresh and exciting “show” every time, this is a great spot to dine with a group.

I’m also a big fan of the food at Teppan Edo. You can make some very healthy choices and not feel weighed down when you leave. Everything is fresh and delicious.

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Service: Table-Service, Teppan-yaki

Type of Food: Japanese, Hibachi Grill

Location: Epcot, World Showcase, Japan Pavilion

Disney Dining Plan: Yes, Table-Service credit

Tables in Wonderland: No

Menu:
Official Disney Menu

Allears.net:
Teppan Edo Restaurant Menu

The menu includes tempura meats, veggies, and seafood; chicken, steak, and seafood grilled dishes; sushi and Japanese soups; vegetables and udon noodles, etc. There are also some fun kids’ items served in Monorail dishes. For dessert, try some green tea and ginger flavored specialties. And don’t forget your sake or sake cocktail!

Reviews:
Guest Review: Epcot Food and Wine Festival’s Party for the Senses
Disney Food Blog Review: Teppan Edo in Epcot’s Japan Pavilion

Important Info:

  • Seating is family-style, so unless you have a huge party, you’ll be seated with other people at your table.
  • The chefs are wonderful showmen, so have your camera ready!

Famous Dishes: Teppan-yaki style steak and chicken, tempura dishes

Disney Food Blog Posts Mentioning Teppan Edo

  • Tips from the DFB Guide: Top 5 Disney Dining Plan One-Credit Values for 2014
  • Review: Teppan Edo in Epcot’s Japan Pavilion
  • Disney Food for Families: Getting Kids to Try New Foods at Walt Disney World
  • Guest Review: Epcot Food and Wine Festival’s Party for the Senses
  • Candlelight Processional Dinner Packages On Sale Now!
  • Disney Food for Families: Coping With Fears
  • Five Great Underrated Steaks in Disney World
  • Dinner and a Show at World Showcase
  • Healthy Eating in Walt Disney World
  • Tables in Wonderland Adds New Restaurants

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