Le Cellier Steakhouse – Restaurant Review

Entrance to Le Cellier Walkway

With a variety of exotic entertainment, shops, and dining experiences throughout Epcot’s World Showcase, it can be easy to look past our neighbor to the north. At first glance, there is very little to the Canada pavilion, located just to the right of the entrance from Future World. However, tucked away under the elevated chateau is Le Cellier Steakhouse, one of Epcot’s most intimate dining options.

Le Cellier Steakhouse

Off to the side of the Canada pavilion is a winding pathway taking you past a beautiful flower garden and over a small stream. After this little stroll, you’ll find the doors to Le Cellier Steakhouse. Inside, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a converted wine cellar. The stone archways and wood furnishings give you the sense you’re now inside a very fine restaurant.

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Restaurant Marrakesh – Disney Dining Review

As a kid, Epcot’s Future World filled me with a sense of wonder. Now that I’m an adult, World Showcase grabs more of my attention and the sheer amount of dining options plays no small part in that. Recently we visited the heart of Morocco and had a quick dinner at Restaurant Marrakesh.

Restaurant Marrakesh

If you still feel like you’re in Central Florida by the time you reach the Morocco Pavilion near the back of World Showcase, that will be forgotten when you enter Restaurant Marrakesh. You will find yourself winding through the recreated pathways all the way to the back of the pavilion where the restaurant is located.

Once you’re seated inside, you’re transported even further. The intricately decorated dining room transports you even further away with their vibrate carpeting and the beautiful hanging lights. But it won’t be long before your eyes drift off the architecture to the live music and belly dancer performing near the center of the floor.

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