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Restaurant Marrakesh

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Epcot's Moroccan Pavilion
Orlando, FL 32830
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(407) 827-5330
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Restaurant Marrakesh - Orlando, FL

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We had one of the full meals. It gave us a taste of everything. The entertainment was good and the food was also excellent. It was a place we will definitely return to on our n...

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Overpriced, small portions, mediocre to bad food. Didn't expect much from Epcot but, for the price, thought it ought to have been much better. Just sad! Pros: Belly dancing ...

Disappointing food at high price 7/20/2008

Overpriced, small portions, mediocre to bad food. Didn't expect much from Epcot but, for the price, thought it ought to have been much better. Just sad! Pros: Belly dancing was fun Cons: food, cost, portion size more

Great food and entertainment 10/23/2006

Had the EVERYTHING platter... The lamb was extremely good and very tender. Chicken had great flavor. I would say it was VERY pricey as our meal was $35 each. The included a soup which was very tasty, several typs of appetizers which were all very tastey, and dessert (various bakalavs) which I thoroughly enjoyed.. The band and dancer were very entertaining. Pros: Great food, Great entertainment Cons: Pricey, have to pay to get into disney world. more

Belly dancing and good food 6/4/2002

We had one of the full meals. It gave us a taste of everything. The entertainment was good and the food was also excellent. It was a place we will definitely return to on our next trip Pros: entertainment, inexpensive full meal, atmosphere more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    A colorful, tiled pavilion staffed by Moroccan "cast members" in traditional costumes. Tables flank a belly-dance floor, where a trio of musicians on aoud (lute), darbooka (drum), kanoon (a sort of dulcimer) or violin play frequent, short sets. A relatively demure dancer shimmies with any kids who care to join her. Service can be harried and slow on a busy night, though kid-friendly.

    The Food
    Mediterranean for the leery, with more cinnamon than cayenne. Expect high-quality grilled lamb, broiled salmon, braised chicken, and couscous with meat or vegetables--all tamed to the verge of bland. "Not spicy," the manager emphasizes, "and kids can get their french fries and ice cream." Both "feasts" offer a three-course sampling of a la carte dishes. Tasty highlights include thick lentil harira soup, beef kebabs, and lemon chicken with garlic and green olives. Save room for the assorted Moroccan pastries, variations on honey, nuts and phyllo. Pass on the beef brewat rolls.

  • 8/17/2003 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily 11:30am-3:45pm, 4pm-9pm
  • Payments:

    American Express, Visa, Cash, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Bay Lake

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