Lunch $19–$30 (child $9), dinner $25–$30 (child $9).
The prices are steep, but the menu goes beyond the typical tacos and such, offering regional dishes that are difficult to find in the States. Tables are uncomfortably close together for some folks; request a waterside table overlooking the boat ride for more room and a slightly quieter evening. The dining room is a cool, quiet respite from the theme park—but you might need a flashlight to read the menu.
Setting and Atmosphere
Step inside the Aztec pyramid in Mexico, navigate the busy marketplace, and end up at San Angel Inn, which overlooks a starry sky and the Gran Fiesta Tour boat ride. Its decor is inspired by the original San Angel Inn in Mexico City and is incredibly atmospheric— it really does feel like you’re dining in an outdoor Mexican square.
Appetizers include tlacoyos de chilorio, corn cakes topped with refried beans, pork, queso fresco, sour cream, and greentomatillo sauce; and quesadillas repozadas, battered corn quesadillas stuffed with corn, huitlacoche (Mexican truffle), mushrooms, and queso fresco. Still on the menu is the classic mole poblano—chicken in a sauce made from several kinds of chiles and unsweetened Mexican chocolate.
Chile relleno, carne asada, cheesecake with cajeta (caramel sauce).
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|Type||Discount||Valid Weekdays||Valid Meals|
|Tables in Wonderland||20%||All||All|
|WDW Passholder||10%||Monday through Friday||Lunch|
|DVC Member||10%||Excludes holidays and New Year's Eve||Excludes alcohol|
Disney Dining Plan
Requires 1 credit
Based on 1,067 reviews.|
Ranked #121 out of 213 at WDW.
|When to go||Lunch or dinner|
|Lunch Hours||Daily, 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m.|
|Dinner Hours||Daily, 4:30 p.m.-park closing|