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The Mexico Pavilion in Epcot World Showcase is one of the most vibrant of all of the Epcot Countries. As you would expect, it is a great place to get some tasty Mexican food.

The Mexico Pavilion is housed inside an impressive recreation of a Mesoamerican pyramid. When you walk inside you arrive in a bustling, beautifully lit Mexican street market.

This really is one of the most vibrant and enjoyable of the Epcot Pavilions.

If you are visiting Epcot you must stop by to enjoy the atmosphere and shopping. If you have time then it is well worth taking some time to enjoy lunch, dinner, or even just a snack in the Mexico Pavilion.

Here is a guide and review of the Mexican Restaurants in Epcot World Showcase.

Which should you choose?

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Epcot Mexico Pavilion Market Place

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As you can see, the Epcot Mexico Pavilion is one of the most stunning of all of the Epcot park countries. You step inside the Plaza de la Amigos Marketplace.

This is one of the most unique settings in Epcot World Showcase – not least of which because it is a wonderful air-conditioned space to have a break from the Orlando heat!

There are two full-service Epcot Mexico Restaurants and one quick-service dining location. There is also a tequila bar.

San Angel Inn Restaurante – Epcot Mexico Restaurants

This bustling Mexican Restaurant in Epcot World Showcase is inspired by the original San Angel Inn which is located in Mexico City. The history of that restaurant can be traced back to 1692.

It is always twilight here in this which is many guests’ favorite of the Epcot Mexico Restaurants. You really can’t beat the ambiance here at San Angel Inn.

You are seated alongside the Mayan pyramid with the river running by.

If you get a seat by the river you can watch the boats on the Gran Fiesta Tour attraction.

The atmosphere of the San Angel Inn always reminds us of Blue Bayou Restaurant in Disneyland.

The food is very different, but the lighting and setting are similar. The Blue Bayou is located at the side of the start of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, where you can watch guests sail slowly by.

San Angel has a capacity of 250 diners in its 12,00 square foot space.

It is eligible for the Disney Dining Plan and the Tables of Wonderland discount when those are offered.

San Angel Inn Restaurant Appetizers

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Here you will find the usual Mexican favorites such as Guacamole and Queso Fundido.

  • Sopa Azteca -Traditional Tortilla Soup served with Fried Corn Tortilla Strips, Avocado, Cheese, and Chile Pasilla $12.00
  • Guacamole – Topped with Mango and Toasted Pumpkin Seeds served with Chicharrónes and Salsa Valentina $13.00
  • Queso Fundido – Melted Monterey Jack Cheese topped with Chorizo, Poblano Peppers and Onions served with Flour Tortillas $15.00
  • Tostadas de Pollo – Crispy corn tortillas topped with beans, chipotle chicken, chopped romaine lettuce, queso fresco and crema Mexicana $15.00
  • Totopos Con Queso – Corn Tortillas with sides of White Cheddar Cheese and Salsa $6.00

San Angel Inn Restaurant Entrees

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  • Pollo a Las Rajas – Grilled Chicken Breast over a bed of Roasted Garlic Potatoes with Onions, Poblano Peppers, Corn, and Poblano Pepper Cream Sauce topped with Queso Fresco $30.00
  • Tacos de Ribeye – Ribeye, thinly sliced, with Poblano peppers, red onions, bacon and Monterey Jack cheese served with corn tortillas and plantains, topped with crema Mexicana and cotija cheese $30.00
  • Huarache Vegetariano – Fried corn masa topped with pinto beans, grilled queso fresco, nopales and pea tendrils served with a side of salsa verde. $22 Add Chicken or shaved Ribeye $8
  • Camarones a la Diabla – Guajillo Pepper and Garlic-sautéed Shrimp served atop Poblano Rice served with roasted cauliflower $31.00
  • Ensalada César – Whole-leaf Romaine Lettuce served with Caesar Dressing and topped with Shaved Parmesan and Crispy Monterey Jack Cheese $18.00 Add Chicken 6.00 or Shrimp 8.00 
  • Chuleta de Puerco – Bone-in pork chop topped with mole sauce made with nuts and spices served with roasted cauliflower and plantains topped with queso cotija and crema Mexicana $39.00
  • Enchiladas de Pollo – Corn Tortillas filled with Chipotle Chicken covered with Salsa Verde, Crema Mexicana, Cotija Cheese and Crispy Onion Straws atop Refried Beans served with Plantains topped with Crema Mexicana and Cotija Cheese $27.00 
  • Baja Tacos de Pescado – Beer-battered fried Cod, Shredded Cabbage, Chipotle-Lime Aioli and Pineapple Relish in flour tortillas $30.00
  • Carne Asada – New York Strip topped with chipotle butter served with grilled queso fresco, nopales relish, grilled spring onion and plantains topped with queso cotija and crema Mexicana $52.00
  • Pescado A La Veracruzana – Seared snapper atop potatoes with a cilantro-lime vinaigrette made with capers, olives, bell peppers, Spanish onions and tomatoes $38.00

Epcot San Angel Inn Restaurant Desserts

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  • Chocolate “Fiesta” Pyramid – A festively decorated Chocolate Pyramid filled with Mexican Chocolate Mousse and Toffee atop a traditional Tres Leches Cake, and accompanied by Ice Cream. Perfect for sharing. $34.00
  • Tres Leche de Horchata – Rice Milk soaked Sponge Cake topped with Sweet Corn Ice Cream and toasted Almonds $10.00
  • Sorbet Trio – an assortment of seasonal Mexican flavored sorbets with a Berry Coulis $10.00
  • Brownie Sundae – Fudge brownie served with dulce de leche ice cream and topped with cajeta sauce $10.00
  • Sweet Corn Ice Cream $9.00

 

San Angel Inn Signature Drinks and Margaritas

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Try The Wild One – A Passion Fruit Flavored Margarita at San Angel Inn

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You really need to try one of the Margaritas when you dine in any of the Epcot Mexico Restaurants

  • San Angel Inn Margarita – Casa Dragones blanco tequila, La Favorite orange liqueur, agave nector, freshly squeezed lime juice. Served on the rocks with black ant salt rim $23.00
  • Black Magic – Created by Neil Patrick Harris. Ojo de Tigre mexcal, blackberry purée, black currant liqueur, lime and mint. Served frozen. $21.00
  • La Cava Avocado – Tromba blanco tequila, melon liqueur, fresh avocado, lime juice, hibiscus salt rim $17.00
  • El Diablo – Tromba blanco tequila, Ilegal mezcal, fresh lime juice, agave, cucumber-jalapeño juice, hibiscus salt rim $17.00
  • The Cucumber – Tromba blanco tequila, fresh cucumber and lime juice, orange liqueur, Abasolo corn whiskey, agave, Tajín chile-lime powder rim $16.00
  • Blood Orange – Ambhar Blanco Tequila, sweet-tart mix of blood orange, rum, Ancho Reyes chile liqueur, Tajín chile-lime powder rim $17.00
  • The Wild One – Libélula joven tequila, Combier orange liqueur, mango purée, ginger-passion fruit cordial, fresh lime juice, hint of ilegal mezcal, hibiscus salt rim $17.00
  • Clásica – Mi Campo reposado tequila, orange liqueur, lime juice, agave with a salt rim $16.00
  • San Angel Inn Premium Tequila Flight – Casa Dragones Blanco, Clase Azul Reposado, Santanera Blend Extra Añejo $45.00
  • Traditional Tequila Flight – Volans blanco, Ambhar reposado, Tromba añejo $25.00
  • Mezcal Tequila Flight – Bozal ensamble, ilegal espadín, Sacrvm Madrecuixe $22.00

Kids Menu Create-Your-Own Entrées

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As with all Disney World Kids Menus, you have to be aged between 3 to 9. Adult prices apply to ages 10 and up.

  • Tacos $11.00
  • Quesadillas $10.50
  • Grilled Chicken Breast $11.00
  • Chicken Tenders $11.00
  • Macaroni and Cheese $11.00

Kids Choose 2 Side Dishes:

  • Green Beans
  • Corn
  • Fruit Cup
  • Rice

Kids Desserts

  • Chocolate Brownie $6.00
  • Dulce de Leche Ice Cream $5.00

La Hacienda de San Angel

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La Hacienda de San Angel was opened in 2010 at the edge of the World Showcase Lagoon in front of the Mexico Pavilion.

The original space was taken up by an outdoor quick-service dining option.

However, Disney realized what prime real estate this was, as it is one of the best spots to view the Epcot Fireworks.

The most coveted tables at this Mexican restaurant are of course the ones at the side, next to the huge picture windows. Always be sure to ask for a table by the window.

As usual, there is no guarantee that you will get one of these prized tables, but it is certainly worth asking.

The decor is stunning, with the usual Disney attention to detail evident. T

he blown glass work is created by Mexican artist Ernesto Cruz. Even the chairs and table were handmade in Mexico by local craftsmen.

La Hacienda de San Angel Menu

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The amazing view of Epcot World Showcase Lagoon for the Fireworks

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La Hacienda de San Angel Appetizers

  • Guacamole – With Mango Salsa $13.00 Add Chipotle Bacon +3 | Add Chorizo +4 
  • Calamares Fritos – Crispy calamari tossed with salsa macha with a side of chipotle aioli. (Peanut Allergy) $14.00
  • Ensalada Hacienda – Arugula, watermelon, pumpkin seeds, toasted sesame seeds and queso fresco with a lime oregano vinaigrette $13.00
  • Flautas – Fired Tortillas filled with Chipotle Chicken, Potato, Cheese, and Ranchera Sauce $14.25
  • Queso Fundido – Melted Cheese with Chorizo, Peppers, and Onions, served with Flour Tortillas $15.00
  • Tlayuda – Oaxacan Tostada, Barbacoa Beef, Chipotle Black Beans, Chorizo, Mexican Sour Cream, and Pickled Onions $15.00
  • Chips, Salsa & Queso $6.00
  • Additional Chips $2.00
  • Additional Salsa or Queso $3.00

House Specialties

  • Pescado del Día – Catch of the day marinated in the Yucatan style of Tikin Xic served with fried Chayote and pickled cabbage $42.00 
  • Osso Buco a la Mexicana – Braised Short Rib with whipped Boniato, Carrots, and roasted Asparagus $48.00
  • Carne Asada – Ancho Agave marinated New York Strip, roasted Asparagus and Poblano Gratin Potatoes $52.00 
  • Parrillada del Mar – Serves Two) Grilled Shrimp, Fish and Scallops served with Vegetables, Esquites, and Corn Tortillas $68.00 Substitute Snapper for fish +12 | Substitute NY Strip for fish + 30 

 

La Hacienda de San Angel Entrees

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  • Pollo Poblano – Roasted Chicken Breast with Poblano Cream Sauce, served with Brussels Sprouts, Sweet Potatoes, and Oyster Mushrooms $30.00 
  • Alambre de Res – Seared Tenderloin, Bacon, Poblano and Bell Peppers, Onions with Monterey Jack Cheese, with Salsa Verde, Rice with Beans, and Flour Tortillas $33.00
  • Tacos de Camarones – Fried Shrimp, Chipotle-Lime Aïoli, Cabbage, and Salsa Verde in Flour Tortillas with Rice and Beans $31.00
  • Chile Relleno – Poblano Pepper with Rice, Black Beans, Zucchini, and Cotija Cheese, served with Salsa Rojo $27.00
  • Tacos de Langosta – Fried Lobster in Flour Tortillas, shredded Cabbage, Chipotle, Aïoli, and Mango Relish with Rice and Beans $35.00
  • Cochinita Pibil – Achiote-marinated Braised Pork served over Black Beans with Pickled Onions and Oregano, Corn Tortillas with Rice and Beans $32.00

Sides

  • Plantains $5.00
  • Roasted Asparagus $7.00
  • Rice and Beans $5.00
  • Poblano Gratin Potatoes $7.00

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La Hacienda de San Angel Desserts

  • Chocolate “Fiesta” Pyramid – A festively decorated Chocolate Pyramid filled with Mexican Chocolate Mousse and Toffee atop a traditional Tres Leches Cake, and accompanied by Ice Cream. Perfect for sharing. $34.00
  • Tres Leches – Milk-soaked Sponge Cake topped with Meringue $10.00
  • Sweet Corn Ice Cream $9.00
  • Pastel de Chocolate – Double chocolate sponge cake layered with sugar wafers, hazelnut nougatine and chocolate ganache with a strawberry coulis $12.00
  • Sorbet Trio – assortment of seasonal Mexican flavored Sorbets with a Berry Coulis $10.00

Handcrafted Premium Margaritas

  • San Angel Inn Margarita – Casa Dragones blanco tequila, Torres orange liqueur, agave nectar, fresh lime juice, black ant salt rim $23.00
  • Black Magic – Created by Neil Patrick Harris. Ojo de Tigre mexcal, blackberry purée, black currant liqueur, lime and mint. Served frozen. $21.00
  • La Cava Avocado – Tromba blanco tequila, melon liqueur, fresh avocado, lime juice served frozen with hibiscus salt rim $17.00
  • El Diablo – Tromba blanco tequila, fresh lime juice, agave, cucumber-jalapeño juice with hibiscus salt rim $17.00
  • The Cucumber – Arette blanco tequila, fresh cucumber and lime juice, orange liqueur, agave with Tajín chile-lime powder rim $16.00
  • Blood Orange – Ambhar blanco tequila, orange liqueur, sweet-tart mix of blood orange, hint of rum and vanilla, with a Tajín chile-lime powder rim $17.00
  • The Wild One – Teremana blanco tequila, mango-passion fruit purée, Ancho Verde chile liqueur, lime juice, Abasolo corn whiskey and ginger with black ant salt rim $17.00
  • Clásica – Mi Campo Reposado Tequila, Orange Liqueur, Lime Juice, Agave with a salt rim $16.00

La Hacienda de San Angel Kids Menu

This is exactly the same as the Kids menu offered in San Angel Inn which is shown above.

La Cantina de San Angel – Epcot Mexico Restaurants

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The view from La Cantina de San Angel is amazing for the Epcot Fireworks

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This is a very popular quick service location in Epcot. The area used to be a lot bigger before it was taken over by the La Hacienda San Angel Restaurant. There is still a good amount of outdoor seating for this Epcot counter service restaurant.

People do tend to stake out their place very early when the Epcot firework show is scheduled as this is one of the best vantage points around the whole of the World Showcase Lagoon.

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Entrées at La Cantina de San Angel

  • Arroz con Pollo Bowl – Marinated Grilled Chicken, Rice and Corn topped with a spicy Tomato Sauce, Pickled Onions, Queso Fresco, and Cilantro $14.50
  • Tacos de Barbacoa – Shredded Beef on homemade Corn Tortillas topped with Red Salsa and Cilantro. Served with Rice and Black Beans with Queso Fresco $15.50
  • Tacos de Pollo – Marinated Grilled Chicken covered in Red Salsa on homemade Corn Tortillas topped with Cilantro. Served with Rice and Black Beans with Queso Fresco $14.75
  • Tacos de Camarón – Mexican corn breaded shrimp on homemade corn tortillas, cabbage, salsa verde, and mango relish. Served with rice and black beans with queso fresco $14.75
  • Taco Trio – Barbacoa, Pollo, and Camarón Tacos on homemade Corn Tortillas. Served with Rice and Black Beans with Queso Fresco $14.99
  • Empanadas con Queso – Fried Flour Tortillas filled with Cheese, topped with Sour Cream, Salsa Verde, and Queso Fresco. Served with Rice and Black Beans with Queso Fresco $13.75
  • Nachos – Tortilla Chips topped with White Nacho Cheese, Ground Beef and Beans, Tomatoes, Jalapeños, and Sour Cream $14.25 Add Guacamole $2.00 
  • Guacamole with Totopos – Traditional Guacamole with Tortilla Chips $10.00

La Cantina de San Angel Sides

  • Black Beans $2.25
  • Rice $2.25
  • Guacamole $6.99
  • Sour Cream $.75
  • Nacho Cheese $.75
  • Fried Plantains $6.99

Kids Meals

Chicken Tacos

Marinated grilled chicken on homemade corn tortillas served with Tortilla Chips, Nacho Cheese and choice of Lowfat Milk, Nestlé Nesquik® Chocolate Milk, Soda or Small DASANI® Bottled Water $9.25 

Empanadas con Queso

served with Tortilla Chips, Nacho Cheese and choice of Lowfat Milk, Nestlé Nesquik® Chocolate Milk, Soda or Small DASANI® Bottled Water $9.25

Chicken Tenders

served with Tortilla Chips, Fruit and choice of Lowfat Milk, Nestlé Nesquik® Chocolate Milk, Soda or Small DASANI® Bottled Water $9.25

Macaroni & Cheese

Cavatappi Pasta in a Rich White Cheddar Cheese Sauce $9.25

Churros

Churros with chocolate hazelnut spread $5.89

Mickey Ice Cream

 $5.40

Alcoholic Beverages

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  • “Top Shelf” Clásica on the Rocks – Teremana Blanco Tequila, Gran Gala Orange Liqueur, fresh Lime juice, Nixta Corn Liquor with Black Ant Salt rim $16.50
  • El Tigre – Ojo de Tigre mezcal, pomegranate-prickly pear infused vodka, pineapple and ginger juices with wildflower salt rim $17.00
  • Mango Frozen Margarita $12.50
  • Lime Frozen Margarita $12.50
  • Ancho Reyes Liqueur Floater $4.25
  • LeJay Crème de Cassis Floater $4.25
  • Mexican Sangria $13.00
  • Mexican Craft Cielito Lindo Draft Beer $13.00
  • Tecate Light Draft Beer $10.50
  • Dos Equis Lager Draft Beer $10.50

Choza de Margarita – Snacks

If you want a quick snack and a drink in Epcot Choza de Margarita is a great option.

Signature Margaritas “On the Rocks”

  • The Cucumber – Arette Blanco Tequila, fresh Cucumber and Lime Juice, Orange Liqueur, and Agave. Tajin Chile-lime Powder rim $15.00
  • Wild Passion – Centinela Blanco Tequila, Chinola Passion Fruit Liqueur, fresh Lime juice, Agave Nector, Nixta Corn liquor with a Hibiscus Salt rim $15.00
  • Top Shelf Clásica – Teremana Blanco Tequila, Gran Gala Orange Liqueur, fresh lime juice, agave, hint of rosé wine. Black Ant Salt rim $16.00
  • Smoky Pineapple – Mezcal Ilegal Blanco, Pineapple-Ginger Juice, Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur and Tajin Chile-Lime Powdered Rim $16.00

Frozen Margaritas

  • Black Magic – Ojo de Tigre Mezcal, Blackberry Purée, LeJay black Currant Liqueur, Lime and Mint $21.00 
  • Wild Strawberry – Tequila, Strawberry-Prickly Pear Pureé and LeJay Cassis $12.75
  • Classic Lime – Tequila, Lime Sweet and Sour, Orange Liqueur. Served with Salt on the rim $12.50 
  • Mango Loco – Tequila, Orange Liqueur, Wild Passion Fruit and Mango Purée $12.50
  • Fiesta – a combination of our 3 Flavors of Frozen Margaritas $13.00

Beer

  • Dos Equis Amber – Classic Vienna-style Lager with subtle hints of Roasted Malts $10.50
  • Dos Equis Lager – Authentic Mexican Cerveza brewed in the style of Pilsner Lagers with a nuanced blend of Malts, Spices and Earth Tones $10.50
  • Michelada – Dos Equis Beer served with a mix of Clamato, Lime and Orange Juice, Maggi, Salsa Valentina, Worcestershire and Soy Sauce $11.00

Non-Alcoholic Beverages

  • Conga – Mexican Fruit Punch made from Orange, Pineapple and Lemon Juice $6.00
  • DASANI® Bottled Water $3.50

Food at Choza de Margarita – Snacks

  • Tacos de Cochinita – Tender Citrus marinated Pulled Pork served on Corn Tortillas with pickled Red Onions and a Mango Habanero Relish with a side of Corn Esquites $10.50
  • Empanada de Barbacoa – Empanadas filled with Barbacoa Beef, topped with Chipotle Sauce, Crema Mexicana and Queso Fresco. Served with a side of Corn Esquites $10.50
  • Tostada de Pollo – Crispy Corn Tortillas with Black Beans and Chipotle Chicken. Garnished with Crema Mexicana, Shredded Lettuce and Queso Cotija $10.50 
  • Guacamole – topped with Mango and Pumpkin Seeds. Served with Tortilla Chips $10.00
  • Elote – Sweet Corn on the Cob smothered with Chipotle Aioli, Queso Cotija and Tajin Chile-lime Powder $7.00

La Cava del Tequila

If you enjoy tequila then you should definitely have La Cava del Tequila on your Epcot to do list.

  • The Wild One – Teremana blanco tequila, mango-passion fruit purée, Ancho Verde chile liqueur, lime juice, applejack and ginger cordial, black ant salt rim $17.00
  • Piña Loca – Ginger pineapple juice, mezcal, Ancho Reyes chile liquor, black ant salt rim $16.00
  • Dragones Top Shelf – Casa Dragones blanco tequila, La Favorite orange liqueur, agave nectar, freshly squeezed lime juice. Served on the rocks with black ant salt rim $23.00
  • Blood Orange – Ambhar blanco tequila, orange liqueur, sweet-tart mix of blood orange, hint of rum and vanilla, Tajín chile-lime powder rim $17.00
  • El Diablo – romba blanco tequila, fresh lime juice, agave, cucumber-jalapeño juice, hibiscus salt rim $16.00
  • La Cava Avocado – Tromba blanco tequila, melon liqueur, fresh avocado and lime juice. Served frozen with hibiscus salt rim $17.00
  • El Negroni – Oaxacan style Mexican negroni with Gracias a Dios Gin, Ojo de Tigre mezcal, sweet vermouth, Aperol, Ancho Reyes liquor, applejack and coffee liquor $18.00

Discover More About Epcot

Want to know more about Epcot? A good place to start is learning about the different Epcot Countries.

Want to know more about Epcot? A good place to start is learning about the different Epcot Countries.

Then so that you can plan which attractions you want to prioritize go to Epcot Rides. When you get hungry you can read about the Best Epcot Restaurants.

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