|I deemed the tables cute and took a photo.|
The first thing I noticed about the Tangierine Cafe is that it's very dissimilar looking to the other counter service restaurants in Walt Disney World. Inside, it looked like what I assume a take out restaurant would look like in Morocco. The second thing I noticed was the absolutely adorable tables and chairs (see the above picture). Anyway, I wasn't feeling overly adventurous, so I decided to try the chicken platter. James was slightly more adventurous, trying the chicken and lamb combo platter. Both platters came with hummus, bread, couscous, and a green salad type thing. The meats were covered with a white sauce. Also, since we were on the dining plan, our meals came with a dessert of baklava.
|My chicken platter.|
|James' chicken and lamb combo platter.|
Tangierine Cafe is located in Epcot's Morocco pavilion, and the counter service meals range from about $9 to $14 or one counter service dining credit. The menu can be found here at allears.net.
What do you think of Tangierine Cafe? Do you love it? Hate it? Never tried it? What do you usually order? Let me know your thoughts on this Moroccan eatery in a comment, on Twitter (@discollegeblog), or on Facebook!