Last day to take my little mini survey and enter to win a $10 Starbucks gift card! I’d really appreciate it!
The Day of Fullness continued after breakfast at ‘Ohana and lunch at Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater at Hollywood Studios with dinner at the Coral Reef restaurant at Epcot!
Epcot was so pretty all set up for the International Food & Wine Festival – plus it had me that much more excited for our plans to spend the next day at Epcot.
Our table had a great view of the massive aquarium which is home to more than 4,000 species of different animals, including sharks and sea turtles! Again, I’m not a huge zoo person, but I was amazed with the size of this tank and the view we had.
They also allow certified divers to dive in it! This dude waved at us.
We started off our meal by ordering a couple adult beverages – a Rum Runner for Kev and a pineapple-tasting-tropical-light-up drink for me (clearly forgot the name). It changed colors, so that’s all that matters, right? How am I mature enough to be drinking alcohol again?
Despite having shrimp for lunch, we both knew we wanted to order seafood since that’s what the restaurant was known for. I opted for their Lobster Orecchiette Pasta and the hubby got their Grilled Mahi Mahi.
Mine was deeeelicious and incredibly filling. (The green stuff on top is a pesto olive oil of sorts, for anyone who was wondering.)
I felt bad for Kev because while his fish was good, the shrimp in the sauce were pretty tough and he wasn’t too impressed overall he said.
It’s not like he went hungry, because it was time for dessert before we knew it!
Kev got the Bailey’s and Jack Daniel’s Mousse. He loved it, but I thought it was way too strong.
I ordered The Chocolate Wave, which was just okay. Nothing to write home about, but the little ‘congrats’ chocolate message was a nice touch!
Overall, we thought Coral Reef was good, but I don’t know if we’d put this on our “must go back again ASAP” list. There are so many restaurants at Disney World, I think we’d try another before we head back to Coral Reef.