4. Teppan Edo (Japan, table service)
The second table service restaurant in Japan can be found in the same building, but in the back of the building. Teppan Edo is another guests favorite as guests can have a phenomenal meal, but one prepared directly before their eyes. Teppan Edo is a hibachi-style restaurant where guests place their order for their choice of meat or vegetables, as well as rice or noodles. In addition to a great meal, guests can expect to interact with new people since all seats at the grill will be used.
5. Tutto Italia (Italy, table service)
Tutto Italia invites guests to sample a variety of traditional Italian fare in a relaxed atmosphere. There is a generous appetizer menu featuring antipasto and calamari among other selections. Guests are in for a real experience when it comes to the entrée. Guests can enjoy steak, lasagna, ravioli, spaghetti, ziti, and more. Given the size of the menu, it shouldn’t be a surprise that there is an expansive dessert menu, so be sure to save some room, but you’ll probably want to split with someone!
6. Katsura Grill (Japan, counter service)
Hidden away towards the back of the Japan Pavilion, the Katsura Grill allows guests to grab sushi, teriyaki, udon, and ramen quickly and enjoy it in a comfortable setting. Our recommendation would be to grab your food and head outside and sit at one of the table beneath the trees. After your meal, take the time to meander around and take in the atmosphere, as well as the koi pond and live entertainment!