4. Kimonos (Swan)
Open for dinner, guests can start their meal with traditional Asian soups and salads. You’ll also find an assortment of sushi rolls. Guests desiring something else can also find traditional appetizers, too. If you enjoy dining at Tokyo Dining at Epcot, this is quite the impressive alternative!
5. Todd English’s bluezoo (Dolphin)
Guests can dine here every night for dinner. This restaurant features a variety of seafood — guests can start with clams, oysters, and jumbo sea scallops. Guests will find an assortment of fish on the entrée menu including grouper, salmon, tuna, as well as other seafood scallops, shrimp, and lobster. Land lovers will find chicken, beef, as well as a classic ribeye on the menu. The dessert menu is expansive, so save some room!
6. Fresh Mediterranean Market (Dolphin)
Guests can dine here for breakfast and lunch. Breakfast offers a vast buffet with scrambled eggs, potatoes, bacon, sausage, roasted turkey breast, pancakes, waffles, french toast, as well as custom omelets. Guests not desiring that much food can also order off of an a la carte menu with less food, but not less taste! Lunch offers a variety of options for guests — an assortment of wraps (turkey BLT, a burger wrap, vegan, or a customizable wrap). Guests can also have a healthy salad or hummus!