4. Monsieur Paul (France, table service)
A signature dining experience only available to guests at dinner, Monsieur Paul is a choice for a special occasion. Entrees cost around $40, but offer a variety of choices – bass, guinea fowl, suckling pig, or grilled beef tenderloin. Guests can also choose the prix fixe menu to enjoy a sampling of French specialties. The French are known for sweet and decadent desserts, so it goes without saying that you’ll want to sample at least one menu item!
5. Tangierine Café (Morocco, counter service)
Guests wanting an adventurous meal on-the-go can find it right off the promenade in Morocco. For reasonable prices guests can enjoy a variety of shawarma platters served with couscous salads and authentic Moroccan bread. Trying something new at this restaurant doesn’t need to be scary!
6. Le Cellier (Canada, table service)
Located on the bottom floor of the Canada Pavilion, Le Cellier allows guests to enjoy delicious steaks and seafood in a relaxed atmosphere. You’ll want to try one of the enticing appetizers — cheese soup, mussels, or a larder board. In addition to a wide selection of cuts of steak, guests can also enjoy chicken, scallops, salmon, and pasta. You’ll want to enhance your meal with some of the amazing side dishes or a decadent dessert!