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    Has anyone had a meal at the San Angel Inn ? :p015:

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    I had lunch there.

    It was nice. Tables very close together though. Server didn't smile until it was tip time. The food was good - even Adrian ate it all and he's fussy. Don't warm your tortilla chips over the lamp though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 41443
    I had lunch there.

    It was nice. Tables very close together though. Server didn't smile until it was tip time. The food was good - even Adrian ate it all and he's fussy. Don't warm your tortilla chips over the lamp though.
    Is the food very spicy ?

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    I didn't think so.

    Remember they are essentially catering to "American tourist" and they are not generally adventurous with their palette.

    There was no mouth-singeing chilli if that's what you're worried about.

    I recommend the house margarita though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 41453
    I didn't think so.

    Remember they are essentially catering to "American tourist" and they are not generally adventurous with their palette.

    There was no mouth-singeing chilli if that's what you're worried about.

    I recommend the house margarita though.
    Thats a relief that its not spicy as I had visions of drinking litres of water.

    Margarita sounds good to me.

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    I have been looking at the menu and really like the look of it. We love mexican food. Does it get busy here.

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    The best place about the San Angel Inn IMHO is the atmosphere. It is not traditional US Mexican food, but I figure more like what might be eaten in Mexico, but I may be wrong there also as Disney tends to 'dumb down' the food in the EPCOT Countries.






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    Quote Originally Posted by mainecoon lover, post: 41475
    I have been looking at the menu and really like the look of it. We love mexican food. Does it get busy here.
    Very busy.

    It's a nice menu though. Not taco bell mexican and no sizzling fajitas. Different stuff but not too scary for the unadventurous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 41588
    Very busy.

    It's a nice menu though. Not taco bell mexican and no sizzling fajitas. Different stuff but not too scary for the unadventurous.
    Thanks. Might think about booking.

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    I found the food to be pretty boring. Nothing to recommend it, but nothing to say that it was unedible by any means. The atmosphere is nice, but it's dark so take that into consideration. The servers do seem to need better training.

    Well worth a visit if you like the sounds of the menu.

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