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Agent: Kelly Marquez

Restaurant: Coral Reef Restaurant

Location: The Seas with Nemo & Friends, Future World, Epcot

Cuisine: Seafood

Cost: Expensive

Reservations: Required

Disney Dining Plan: Yes

Setting & Atmosphere: The dining room was absolutely beautiful. An aquarium tank lined the entire walls of the room, and it made for great entertainment as we watched the ocean life swimming through the fish tank – it included sharks, fish and turtles.

Comments: When walking into the restaurant, we were immediately greeted and the host was very accommodating allowing us to be seated a few minutes early. Although the restaurant was crowded, we were seated within five minutes of our arrival time. While enjoying our meals, we were able to observe a guided scuba diving experience as well as extravagant aquariums. The menu offered a wide variety of drinks and food and the service was outstanding. Our server was very knowledgeable about the food, friendly and more than helpful with all of our questions we had about the menu. She even made suggestions that we might enjoy based on our interaction. Our waitress made certain that we were fully accommodated throughout our entire dining experience.

Fun Facts: The dining room contains one of the world’s largest saltwater aquariums

Bottom Line: The food was excellent, and I will highly recommend Coral Reef as a possible dining destination to my future clients.

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