We enjoyed spending the day with Wes and Sarah and parted ways around supper. Hannah and I had reservations at a new-to-us restaurant called, ‘Teppan Edo’ at the Japan Pavilion. Hannah decided to catch a quick nap on the way so that she would be able to enjoy supper.
We had an idea what this meal could be like and it didn’t disappoint! The cast members are all from Japan and oh so gracious! I think I bowed for an hour after we left!
Guests sit around a large grill in groups of 8. Hannah and I were with a family from Toronto and a mother and daughter from Maine…I think! (We’ve met so many people this week that they quickly blend together!)
At the beginning of the meal we were each able to select a protein that would be cooked Teppan-Yaki-style. Hannah chose chicken while I chose steak and shrimp.
Typical of one of these meals, it is part cooking and part show. The only thing missing at Disney compared to other locations is the fire. Here our chef made a Choo-choo train of onions!
Even adding spices to our meal is a part of the show.
Final prep of the veggies before serving.
The food was delicious and it was such a neat, entertaining meal. We also got along famously with the mother and daughter we sat with which is always a bonus too! Mmm…noodles!
After we finished our delicious dinner Hannah we walked our of the International Gateway and passed China during our travels. Hannah had one request before we left that I was happy to offer her. She wanted to ride Test Track at night! We did….twice and oh how fun it was even though it was raining lightly when we entered the outdoor portion of the ride!I took this pic from the screen outside the ride.
What a wonderful day we shared together at Epcot!