We went here with a tour, so our menu was somewhat more limited than the one they usually offer. However, the prime rib was fantastic, and so was the Yorkshire pudding. I'm not a huge fan of creamed spinach, but the people who enjoy it said it was a good example of the dish.
The decor is very pretty, and the restaurant seems to be much larger on the inside than would appear possible looking at the front. It looked like parking might be an issue on crowded nights, but I understand they have a valet.
The service was also friendly and helpful, especially considering the get-ups they were given to wear. It's easy to see where the plan for Epcot came from while eating there. Highly recommend. The restaurant had a crowd at lunch, so go early or make reservations. Have the prime rib, and come hungry.
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