Have you ever wanted to eat under the sea? Well at Walt Disney World, you can! Coral Reef, a delicious restaurant at Epcot in The Seas pavilion, will feature a new menu themed after The Little Mermaid, and we can’t wait to try it.
Even though Epcot is getting a major overhaul and Future World will be transformed into three new lands, Epcot’s The Seas pavilion is here to stay. And to celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Little Mermaid, we’re getting an amazing themed menu!
The Little Mermaid menu at Coral Reef Restaurant in Epcot will feature delectable items inspired by the Disney animated classic. You can try the Dinglehopper Shrimp cocktail, Chef Louis’s Lobster Seafood Boil, and King Triton’s Key Lime Tart, among a variety of other Little Mermaid-themed goodies.
Additionally, this themed experience will allow guests the opportunity to take home a beautiful menu that commemorates The Little Mermaid‘s 30th anniversary. These menus are only offered while supplies last in person when you dine at the restaurant, so if you’re a fan of Ariel, Sebastian, and the rest of the gang from this beloved animated film, be sure to visit Walt Disney World to dine at Coral Reef!
The limited-time The Little Mermaid menu at Coral Reef Restaurant at Epcot will be available to try beginning October 19. So far Disney hasn’t announced when this menu will end, but we’ll keep you updated when we know more details.
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Do you hope to visit Walt Disney World to try this new The Little Mermaid menu at Coral Reef at Epcot? Let us know in the comments!