Teppan Edo is the best restaurant in all of Epcot. That’s Dad’s story and he’s sticking too it.
This restaurant serves food Teppan style. Teppan style is like where chefs put on a show as they cook your food on a griddle that you sit around. Dinners feature meats and vegetables (vegetable only options are available, but why would anyone do that?) and are served with rice and udon noodles.
This restaurant used to be called Teppanyaki. Teppanyaki is the style of cooking used here. Teppan means iron griddle and yaki which can be translated grilled or pan-fried.
History of Edo
The Edo period of Japanese history lasted from 1603 to 1868 (over 250 years). It was a very quiet and stable time for Japan. The word Edo means bay entrance and refers to the city of Edo which was later renamed Tokyo.
The restaurant is open from noon till nine pm. (There’s probably a country song in there somewhere). It can be real interesting to get a very late dinner time and then walk through Epcot after the park is closed and everyone else leaves.
Prices range from $17.00 for the Vegetable only meal to $29.95 for the Filet Mignon. The sushi costs $7.50 except for the sampler which is $9.50.
The menu at Teppan Edo is very simple. The same menu is served at both lunch and dinner. Prices are comparable to those at the same type restaurants outside Disney World.
Picture by tom.arthur
Edamame – young soy beans
- Shrimp Cocktail – with wasabi cocktail sauce
- Tempura – assorted shrimp, chicken, and vegetables with a Japanese dipping sauce
- Miso Soup
- Garden or Seaweed Salad
- Crispy Eel Roll
- Crispy Sukiyaki Beef Roll
- Sushi Sampler – Tuna, Yellow-tail, Shrimp Nigri, California Roll
- California Roll
All entrees are served with seasonal vegetables with udon noodles and steamed rice
- Filet Mignon
- Sirloin Steak
- Sea Scallops
- Swordfish steak
- Chicken breast
- Large Shrimp
- Pork Loin Steak
- Seasonal Vegetables
- Steak and Chicken
- Steak and Shrimp
- Chicken and Shrimp
The dessert menu is limited, but after all the food you get who wants dessert.
- Soft Serve Ice Cream
- Ginger Tea Pudding
- Chocolate Ginger Cake
This is a very unique kids menu. There are no peanut butter sandwiches or macaroni and cheese or pizza. It’s strictly Teppan food.
- Tori – Chicken
- Ebi – Shrimp
- Tempura Combo – Shrimp and Chicken
- Teriyaki Chicken
Disney Restaurant odds and ends
You can make Advanced Dining Reservation 180 days prior to your arrival. This restaurant reservations are required most of the year. These can be made online at Disney’s Dining Reservations or by calling 407-WDW-DINE.
This restaurant is part of the Disney Dining Plan. Click on the link for more information about how the plan works.
All Disney Restaurants are non-smoking.
Dad’s Bottom Line
This is the second restaurant we make a reservation at. (The first is ‘Ohana.) We really enjoy it. The inclusion of Udon Noodles rather than the traditional bamboo shoots is a great topper to a great meal.
It’s just good.