San Angel Inn Restaurant

World Showcase, Epcot

  • Main Details

  • Cuisine Mexican
  • Type Table Service
  • Price Range $30 and under
  • Alcohol Served
  • Characters
  • Disney Operated
  • Reservations

  • Available
  • Required
  • Recommended
  • Walk-Up Possibility Medium
  • Website
  • Dining Room

  • Indoor Seating
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Capacity Medium
  • Bar Counter Seating
  • Child Friendly
  • Special Views Views into the Grand Fiesta Tour ride
  • Disney Dining Plan

  • Disney Dining Plan
  • DDP Credits 1
  • Deluxe DDP Credits 1
  • Important Dates

  • Opening Oct 1 1982
  • Menu Highlights

  • Lunch Sopa Azteca, Pollo a las Rajas, Tacos de Carne, Enchiladas Verdes con Pollo, Huarache de Res.
  • Dinner Quesadillas Rebozadas, Tlacoyos de Chilorio, Mole Poblano, Pescado a la Veracruzana, Carne Asada, Crema Bavaria, Helado de Dulce de Leche.
  • Dining Availability

  • Breakfast Not Served
  • Lunch 11:30am to 4pm
  • Dinner 4pm to Park Close
  • Evening EMH
  • Discounts

  • Annual Passholder
  • DVC Members
  • Passholder Discount 10% Discount applies to the regular price of food and nonalcoholic beverages (excluding applicable tax and gratuity) during all available meal periods. Special events excluded.
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San Angel Inn Restaurant is one of the most beautiful and atmospheric of all Epcot's restaurants. Set inside the pyramid at the Mexico Pavilion, this table service restaurant offers "outdoor" dining - inside. Tables overlook scenes from 'The Gran Fiesta Tour" boat ride.

Unlike most Mexican restaurants in the United States, you’ll not find nachos at San Angel Inn in Epcot, because, says manager Richard Debler, they are not authentic Mexican dishes. And Debler was trained in his family’s restaurant in Mexico City.

Chocolate may sound like an unorthodox ingredient to use with chicken, but the mole poblano prepared according to a San Angel Inn recipe combines chile ancho, chile passilla, green tomatoes, ground tortillas, coriander seed and 11 other spices with cocoa for a rich sauce in which chicken is simmered until tender. Fresh tortillas are made every day and filled with duck marinated with tamarind sauce and topped with avocado, pineapple and chives.

San Angel Inn is open for both lunch and dinner.