$22–$30 (child $6–$8)
The original small-plate menu has been shortened and augmented with fuller-sized entrées, diluting the restaurant’s appeal. Pair dishes with organic sangria, Mediterranean beer, or a signature cocktail. If you just want something cold on a hot afternoon, the adjacent Spice Road Juice Bar is the spot for a Moroccarita, Habibi Daiquiri, Sultan’s Colada, or nonalcoholic Royal Blue Oasis Slushie; beer, sangria, and wine; or housemade ice cream in unusual flavors such as toasted almond and rosewater.
Setting and Atmosphere
Along the waterfront at Epcot, Spice Road Table is a fantastic spot for watching nightly fireworks from either the covered terrace or the small dining room, tastefully appointed with Moroccan art. Friendly servers usher theme park guests into the cool interior; a wellstocked bar is the centerpiece as you walk through the front door. The best seats—120 in all—are on the terrace, unless it’s a hot Florida day.
Small-plate tapas still include hummus and olives, mussels tagine, fried calamari, lamb sliders, and rice-stuffed grape leaves. Entrées include beef and mixed-grill skewers.
Coriander-crusted rack of lamb; yellowfin tuna with eggplant, zucchini, capers, and basil oil.
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Disney Dining Plan
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