Overall, this restaurant was a great experience. On the positive, they had the best lobster bisque my wife or I have ever tasted! It actually had chunks of lobster in every bite! For dessert, the creme brulee was equally unmatched! Both our entrees were very good, but nothing to rave about. My wife had the salmon over lentils and I had the filet mignon. The steak was cooked perfectly, and the sauce was good, but I can't say it was spectacular. The lentils were unbelievable, but the salmon (which should have been the star), was actually outshined by the lentils, and tasted fishier than other good pieces of salmon I've had. Server and service were both excellent!
On the negative side, the restaurant is pretty loud and crowded with tables very close together. It's hard to share an intimate meal with your neighbors so close by. Also, the entree selections are very limited. It would have been nice to have a few more entree options, because we were both struggling to find that one dish that made our mouths water when you read the description.
All in all, the experience was very good, but I wouldn't rank this as the best restaurant in Epcot. But if you want some of the best lobster bisque and creme brulee you've ever had, you've got to go!