Nestled amongst intricate mosaic tile and beautiful Moroccan architecture, and surrounded by the sound of Arabian music faintly whispering in the breeze, Epcot guests can dine on Mediterranean specialties in a uniquely diverse environment.
Tangierine Cafe offers traditional Moroccan dishes during lunch and dinner hours, served in a cafeteria style quick service format; platters of lamb & chicken with tangierine couscous salad, hummus, and their lentil salad steal the show at this delicious alternative to traditional counter service park meals. For the less adventurous palate the chicken and lamb wraps are a popular choice, and vegetarians can dine on the platter featuring couscous salad, hummus and tabouleh. Chicken nuggets, hamburgers, and pizza are available for children 11 & under. Toward the back of the cafeteria-style line, where you pay for your meals, there is a dessert case featuring Baklava & other freshly baked pastries, as well as speciality coffee and flavored icees. There is a plentiful amount of outdoor and indoor seating.
Service: Counter Service
Type of Food: Mediterranean
Location: EPCOT, World Showcase
Disney Dining Plan: Yes, Counter Service Credit & Snack items
Tables in Wonderland: No
Official Disney Menu
Tangierine Cafe Menu
Traditional Moroccan & Mediterranean entrees, sides, and desserts. Chicken & lamb with Taziki sauce, hummus, couscous, safron rice, & Mediterranean meatballs are the highlight. Less adventurous, vegetarian, and traditional children’s menu items are also available.
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- For families looking to exit the World Showcase after their meal there is a boat dock taking guests back to Future World right outside of the Moroccan pavilion. This allows tired guests the luxury of not walking half way around the expansive World Showcase to exit.
- Look for Aladdin, who often does “meet & greets” around this pavilion.
- On a hot day the flavored icees available at Tangierine Cafe are very refreshing & can be enjoyed in the cool seating area. Embiant dim lighting towards the back of the restaurant provides a much appreciated respite from the Florida sun.
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