San Angel Inn
|City||Lake Buena Vista|
M, T, W, TH, F, Sat, Sun
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No brunch offered
|Noise Level||Loud Noise Level|
It’s a perennial nighttime scene, affected by its location inside the pavilion. The dining area is set up next to the waterway, which transports people in boats on their way to the pavilion’s themed ride, Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros. All the elements work nicely together to produce a terrific atmosphere.
I wish they’d spend a little effort on making the food better.
The menu at least stays true to Mexican cuisine, rather than pandering to Americans’ concept of it, which has been muddled by Tex-Mex, Southwestern and even San Francisco-style burrito restaurants. Here you’ll find no fajitas, an American invention, or cheesy quesadillas. You will receive a conical basket filled with tortilla chips, accompanied by two salsas -- an American tradition that even authentic Mexican restaurants must follow.
That’s the last thing you’ll get for free. Everything else you’ll pay for, and you’ll pay way too much.
Lake Buena Vista