Last week I posted the above picture and asked for guesses as to where the table is located. Clearly this is a popular spot, because a lot of people were able to pinpoint the location. So congratulations to everyone who got it right!
The table is located at Garden Grill Restaurant. This restaurant can be found in the Land Pavilion, same floor as where you enter the building, in Epcot. The atmosphere of the restaurant is pretty cool. It rotates, so the atmosphere is changing as the restaurant rotates. During your meal you will move past different scenes from the Living with the Land ride that is on the floor below.
There are two levels to the restaurants for seating. The first level has booth seating while the upper level has tables and chairs for seating. There is a low wall in between the two levels, but you can still see the changing scenery from the second level. However, if you have little ones with you it’s not a bad idea to request the lower level with booth seating, it makes it easier for them to see the scenery.
The food at Garden Grill Restaurant is served family style, which means they bring out big bowls of salad, mac and cheese, fries, and a big skillet of meat and vegetables for the table to share for lunch and dinner. For breakfast guests share pastries, eggs, breakfast meats, and more.
Breakfast food items include:
- Chip’s Sticky Bun Bake
- Scrambled Eggs
- Sausage Links
- Hash Brown-style Potato Barrels
- Mickey-shaped Waffles
Here is what is on the menu for lunch and dinner:
- Harvest-inspired Farmer’s Salad
- Sliced Turkey
- Grilled Beef with Chimichurri
- Garden Fresh Vegetables
- Creamy Mashed Potatoes
- Herb and Leek Stuffing
- Macaroni & Cheese and Fries
- Berry Short Cake
Since the chefs use food grown in the greenhouses there they sometimes come up with other dishes for guests to try. When my friend and I ate at Garden Grill Restaurant the chef had extra spinach, so he made a chicken and spinach dip for the tables. The dip tasted fresh and it was so good!
The restaurant includes a character dining experience and it’s one of the best ones that I have experienced. During your meal you will get to see Chip, Dale, Mickey and Pluto. Some other character dining experiences feel a little rushed when the characters come to your table, but it was not like that at Garden Grill Restaurant. Each character passed by our table 3 or 4 times! I’m sure it varies, depending on how busy it is, but I have never had a character dining experience where the characters stop by that much, regardless of how busy it is.
You can see the full review of my experience at Garden Grill Restaurant here. Thanks to everyone who played along this week and congratulations to everyone that knew where the table is located! Another Where is it Wednesday picture will be soon!
Have you eaten at Garden Grill Restaurant? What did you think?
Thanks for reading!