10 July 2011

San Angel Inn Receives New Look and Authentic Flavors

Recently the dining experiences at the Mexico Pavilion at Epcot have changed, going in the direction of authentic tastes of Mexico. In August 2009, La Cava del Tequila opened inside the pavilion. In September 2010, La Cantina de San Angel, a quick service restaurant and La Hacienda de San Angel, a table service restaurant opened. Now San Angel Inn located inside the pavilion has received an overhaul.
Mahi Mahi a la Veracruzana
The Disney Parks Blog posted an article earlier this week. The restaurant isn't just changing it's menu but it's received new long tables with white tablecloths, flatware and china inspired by the original San Angel Inn in Mexico City. 

All of the Mexico Pavilion restaurants are owned by Richard Debler, president of San Angel Inn, LLC. The Disney Parks Blog dined with Debler and Jens Dahlmann, Executive Chef at San Angel Inn. Debler explained that the restaurant is a work in progress and is drawing more on the original restaurant that has been owned for decades by his family.

Here are a few items you can look forward to seeing on the new menu:

  • Lacoyos de Chilorio - Savory corn cakes topped with refried beans, pork, queso fresco, sour cream and green tomatillo sauce.
  • Tacos de Filete - Grilled tenderloin on a flour tortilla with chipotle sauce, scallions and avocados.
  • Mahi Mahi a la Veracruzana - Grilled Mahi Mahi fillet with olives, capers, bell peppers, tomatoes and Spanish onions over pobalano rice.

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