Moving to the Walt Disney World reservation system may bring more guests to Spice Road Table.
Epcot's Moroccan Tapas restaurant is offering a great deal for passholders this summer
Spice Road Table is now open to guests, so how does it stack up? Read on to find out.
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I had lunch here in Feb of 2014. Our group of 3 adults walked in and we were seated immediately. The light fixtures were beautiful and we enjoyed the atmosphere.One of our plates and one of our forks had dried food on them, so they brought us new ones while we perused the menu.Each plate ranged from $8-$12, so we ordered a few to try. The lamb slider had great favor, but there was only 1 small slider for $8.The Harissa chicken roll ($8) was the exact same southwestern eggroll I have had at Chilis and other chain restaurant. We received 1 roll for $8. The harissa ketchup was good, but not worth the price tag.The Mediterranean omlette was a large portion, but the flavor was bland.The spicy garlic shrimp was spicy flavorful and a decent portion size for the price.The red sangria was the best part of the meal. Our server never came back to fill our water or to see if we needed anything. No one cleared our plates or checked on us in any way. We flagged someone down to get our check. We spent $45 on food and we were still hungry.I far prefer Restaurant Marrakesh or Tangierine cafe.
As long as i have known that pavillion, it makes me so proud to visit more and more, and now with this new project: absolutely fantastic food entertainment, real genuine from the heart customer service!! the smile on their Moroccan authentic faces is totally unforgettable!!!!! best of luck !!!!