San Angel Inn in Mexico

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

San Angel Inn restaurant inside the Mexico pavilion in Epcot's World Showcase, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida

San Angel Inn restaurant inside Mexico.
Nikon D70/Tokina 11-16mm, 25s, f/16, ISO 200, EV 0, 11mm focal length, tripod.

The San Angel Inn restaurant inside the Mexico pavilion always looks so inviting. Nice rich colors and an awesome atmosphere which was I why I chose it for my Disney Pic of the Week on Mexico. Problem is I am not a fan of Mexican food. Or, as I was told once, I never had good Mexican food. I am asking you for some help. If you were to take me here, what would you recommend I order? Click Here for the San Angel Inn Menu.

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6 Replies to “San Angel Inn in Mexico”

  1. Pollo las rajas. I make this yummy dish for my family 🙂

    Scott replies: I see there’s two popular dishes so far. Any others?

  2. I had the Sirloin Con Chilaquiles as well, was a really nice dish.

    Scott replies: Two votes for these…might have to give them a try.

  3. We have never gone wrong with Pollo a las Rajas. Chicken in a creamy, cheesy sauce that also has red & green peppers and chorizo. Soooooo good!

    Scott replies: Not so sure about those peppers but cheese is good!

  4. We are vegetarians and LOVE this restaurant. On their vegetarian menu (you need to ask to see it) we order the salad and the roasted veggie plate to share. This is more than enough food for two and we think it tastes so good.