Source: Undercover Tourist
San Angel Inn restaurant in the Mexico Pavilion at Epcot theme park features Mexican cuisine for lunch and dinner. This restaurant, modeled after a hacienda that dates back to 1692, serves dishes of chicken and beef doused in spicy chocolate mole sauces, seafood grilled or marinated in Spanish onions and avocado sauce, and tortilla chips slathered with melted cheeses, Mexican sausage and sour
After your entree at San Angel Inn, select a homemade dessert, such as the vanilla custard in syrup, topped with roasted almonds, or the white chocolate and golden raisin bread pudding served with Mexican milk caramel.
The frozen margaritas of San Angel Inn are a refreshing addition to any meal, or an enjoyable way for Guests 21 years of age or older to cool down after the day's activities. Also available are a variety of Mexican beers, wines and coffees, including the Patron XO Cafe Liqueur in coffee with whipped cream.
Ancient Ambience of Mayan Ruins in San Angel Inn Restaurant
San Angel Inn simmers with romance under perpetual twilight where Mayan ruins lend an ancient ambience. Sit near the Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros attraction and watch the boats drift by as part of this intimate dining experience.
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