La Hacienda de San Angel – Walt Disney World

This weekend, we planned another Mickey Mouse adventure with my colleagues.

They wanted to have a new dinner experience and chose to eat at La Hacienda de San Angel, located in Epcot’s Mexico Pavilion.

I don’t typically eat a lot of Spanish food but I’m always up for trying something new.  

The outside of the restaurant looks like a Mexican ranch.

Here, we’re doing some homework before we make our reservation.

I’ve passed this place so many times before and had never gone in so I was completely surprised by the interior and size of the restaurant.

The menu was very detailed with different textures.

We started out with a simple appetizer, the Queso Fundido. This dish was delicious and had melted cheese with chorizo. Personally,  I’m not a huge cheese fan, but I really liked this one a lot, mixed with fresh warm flour tortillas.

We also had some fresh made nachos that were served with 2 different dipping sauces. The red sauce was a little bit spicy.

Gisela ordered the Taquiza, which was a taco sampler featuring grilled chicken, grilled steak, and pork Chilorio. It looked so yummy!

Chazelle ordered the Tacos de Camarones, which was a fried shrimp taco. The quality and size looked really good.

I wanted to try something new and ordered the Costillas en salsa de Chile. I really enjoyed the braised short ribs. They were so soft and looked like pulled pork. You can make mini tacos with rice, beans, nachos, and flour tortillas. I loved every single bite.

 Overall, it was a good day with good frienss. In my blog, I share a lot about my journey and I feel that the most important parts are enjoying a great meal with friends or exploring something new.

I guess with food adventures, you have to open up your mind and allow yourself to try something new, otherwise you could miss out on some really delicious food.

For more information and to make reservations, you can check out the Disney App or the link below:

Address: 2101 Epcot Resorts Blvd, Orlando, FL 32830

Phone #: (407) 939-3463


Edited by Larnna Thompson