This week’s Saturdays With Nick post is a restaurant review of a place our family has yet to try. We’ve stopped in Epcot’s Morocco Pavilion plenty of times, but have yet to eat at any of the restaurants there – opting instead to shop or enjoy live music. After reading this review, I’m adding Tangierine Café to my must-try list! Have you eaten in Morocco? Which restaurant would you recommend?
Tangierine Café in Epcot
Like Flame Tree Barbecue at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, The Tangierine Café, located in Epcot’s Morocco Pavilion, is a quick service eatery that we don’t visit on every trip to Walt Disney World, despite it being one of our favorites.
Seating is somewhat limited inside and out. The larger dining section is to be found in front of the counter.
On that trip I had the Mediterranean Lamb Wrap, served with Tangierine couscous salad and lentil salad. Barbie had the Vegetarian Platter which is Tangierine couscous salad, hummus and tabouleh.
In January 2014 we went with friends Claire, Laurie, and Angelo.
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