In the largest building in the Japan area you will find Teppan Edo restaurant. While it often gets overlooked, since people look at it and assume it is just another Americanized hibachi restaurant, this couldn’t be further from the truth. From the traditional building with the sleek lines of customary Japanese architecture outside to the crisp and clean feel inside, time-honored Japan is in every nook and around every corner. Servers wear traditional Japanese clothes and your personal Teppan chef cooks authentic Japanese dishes right in front of you.
Tables can comfortably seat eight people, so if you are a small party, you may be seated with others. The chef cooks your food, hibachi style, right in front of you. This is not just a dining experience-it’s an entertainment experience as well! Teppan Edo makes for a great, unique meal at Walt Disney World. Reservations fill up fast, so make sure you get them as soon as possible. Teppan Edo is also part of the Candlelight Processional experience. You can reserve a table here to enjoy a meal, and then take in the processional.
Teppan Edo is part of the Disney Dining Plan, and will cost you one table service credit per member of your party. You can view their full menu HERE.
Overall, we give Teppan Edo an “A+”.
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