Monday, January 7, 2013

Epcot Restaurant Review: Rose & Crown

This is my review on our recent outing to the Rose & Crown pub and dinning room in Epcot's World Showcase.  Out of the many dinning trips we have had in Epcot, I would have to say our best cast member waitressing experience was here. Our waitress was not only friendly but also shared with us some of the behind the scene details about moving from England, living on Disney property and working in America for a year. The pub (which stands for "public house", did you know that?) sits next to the world showcase lagoon with an option of dining outside to enjoy the scenery.

Your dining experience comes with a free appetizer of bread and butter after you make your selection of traditional British cuisine from the menu. I chose the all time favorite "Fish and Chips" for $17.99.
This comes with one filet of beer battered and fried fish and fries. The white fish used in this dish falls into large chunks as you eat it.  I found my dish very tasty! Outside you can purchase a "to-go" order of fish and chips for $8.99.  This comes with 2 small filets and fries. I am not sure they use the same white fish in the outside to go kiosk as the do inside the restaurant.

My husband chose the  Roasted Rack Pork with colcannon potatoes, roasted apples and whole-grain mustard jus for $21.99. 
He enjoyed this but especially liked the potatoes. 
Our over all experience here was very pleasant.  The portions are not huge, they are just enough to leave room for desert! 

As with all Epcot showcase restaurants I highly suggest making a reservation before you come as some dinning rooms book out even 6 months in advance! You can make your Epcot reservations here:!

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