Located inside of Mexico’s authentic pyramid, this dimly lit pavilion recreates an evening in a Mexican village. This old-fashioned representation of Mexico has always given a quaint and romantic atmosphere. One can dine nestled beside Mexico’s Gran Fiesta Tour’s river and watch as the attraction’s boats lazily drift by. San Angel Inn Restaurante’s location is reminiscent of Disneyland’s Blue Bayou restaurant, which sits next to the opening moments of Pirates of the Caribbean. Dining among a Disney World ride might seem distracting in theory, but at San Angel Inn, the boats lazily rolling by only adds to the charm.

This restaurant exemplifies the saying “What’s old is new.” While charming Spanish tables and chairs give off an old-world feel, the menu has been updated to give Disney World guests a better dining experience. Tacos de Ribeye are a great choice among this restaurant’s offerings of Mexican fare. We find the Pollo a las Rajas, a chicken dish, as a very good option as well. San Angel Inn also offers shrimp and fish dishes with a Mexican flair.

We definitely consider atmosphere to be an important part of Disney World dining. This quaint Mexican restaurant is a prime example of a Disney World restaurant with great atmosphere. San Angel Inn has always been one of the most romantic experiences that Epcot has to offer.

San Angel Inn Restaurante Menu – Updated July 2019

Lunch and Dinner Menu


  • Tostadas de Carmarón – Crispy Corn Tortillas topped with Acapulco-style Shrimp and Avocado – $14.50
  • Queso Fundido – Melted Monterey Jack Cheese topped with Chorizo, Poblano Peppers and Onions served with Flour Tortillas – $14.00
  • Sopes de Champiñon – Handmade Corn Shells filled with Sautéed Wild Mushrooms with Garlic and Epazote topped with Queso Fresco and Salsa Verde – $12.50
  • Empanada de Chorizo – Corn Masa Empanadas filled with Chorizo and Potatoes topped with mole Oaxaqueño, Crema Mexicana, and Queso Fresco – $12.50
  • Guacamole – Topped with Mango and Toasted Pumpkin Seeds served with Chicharrónes and Salsa Valentina – $11.00
  • Tostadas de Pollo – Crispy Corn Tortillas topped with Beans, Chipotle Chicken, Crema Mexicana, Queso Fresco, and Avocado-Tomatillo Sauce – $12.50
  • Sopa Azteca – Traditional Tortilla Soup served with Fried Corn Tortilla Strips, Avocado, Cheese, and Chile Pasilla – $9.00
  • Ensalada César – This Salad has been served at San Angel Inn Mexico City since 1963. Our original recipe includes Romaine Lettuce, Anchovies, Garlic Croutons, and Parmesan Cheese. Add Chicken 6.00 or Shrimp 8.00 – $12.00

Chef’s Recommendation

  • Catch of the Day A la Veracruzana – Served atop Roasted Potatoes with Cilantro-Lime Vinaigrette Sauce made with Capers, Olives, Bell Peppers, Spanish Onions, and Tomatoes – $32.00
  • Combinación Mexicana –Braised Beef with Chile Pasilla Sauce served over Rajas Polanas and Corn | Enchiladas Verdes de Pollo with Corn Tortilla stuffed with Shredded Chicken topped with melted Chihuahua Cheese, Queso Fresco, and Crema Mexicana | Chile Poblano filled with Black Beans and Chihuahua Cheese topped with Chipotle-Tomato Sauce – 34.00


  • Camarones al Chipotle – Chipotle-marinated Shrimp served with Roasted Potatoes and Green Beans – $28.00
  • Chile Relleno – Poblano Pepper filled with Pulled Pork, Pine Nuts, and Almonds topped with Roasted Tomato Sauce served with a Side of Rice – $27.00
  • Mole Poblano – Grilled Chicken Breast topped with a classic Mole Sauce made with nuts, spices, and a hint of chocolate served with rice, Poblano Peppers and Corn Tortillas – $26.00
  • Pescado A la Talla – Achiote-marinated Catch of the Day served with creamy Poblano Potatoes topped with Queso Fresco and Cream Mexicana served with Plantains – $32.00
  • Carne Asada – New York Strip served with Grilled Queso Fresco, Rajas Poblanas, Roasted Spring Onion, and Guacamole – $37.00
  • Tacos de Carne – Braised Beef, Poblano Peppers and Onions served with Guacamole, Rice and Beans accompanied by Corn Tortillas and Salsa Verde – $24.00
  • Puerco en Salsa Verde – Slowly Braised Pork Cranitas served with Roasted Zucchini, Rice, Beans, and Corn Tortillas – $27.00
  • Tacos al Pastor – Pastor-marinated Grilled Pork served with Peppers, Onions, and a side of Esquites accompanied by Roasted Pineapple, Onion, and Cilantro Relish and Salsa Verde – $23.00
  • Plato Vegetariano – Combination of Sautéed Mixed Vegetables on top of Black Beans served with Guacamole and Flour Tortillas – $19.00
  • Chile Relleno con Camarón – Poblano Pepper filled with Shrimp and Rice in Salsa Ranchera topped with Queso Fresco – $26.00
  • Pollo a Las Rajas – Grilled Chicken Breast over a bed of Roasted Garlic Potatoes with Onions, Red Peppers, Corn, and a Poblano Pepper Cream Sauce topped with Queso Fresco – $26.00
  • Ensalada de Vegetales – Lettuce with Tomatoes, Carrots, Red Bell Peppers, Avocado, and Onions served with choice of Lowfat Italian Dressing or House-made Honey-Mustard Dressing – $13.00
  • Ensalada de Salmón – Grilled Salmón served over Mixed Greens, Baby Corn, Red Onion, and Jícama with an Avocado Vinaigrette – $26.00
  • Ensalada con Pollo Asado – Grilled Chicken Breast served over Spinach topped with Goat Cheese Crumbles, Diced Mango, and Pumpkin Seeds with Lime Vinaigrette – $24.00

Signature Drinks and Margaritas

  • San Angel Inn Margarita – Casa Dragones blanco tequila, Combier orange liqueur, agave nectar, freshly squeezed lime juice chilled and strained into a martini glass with salt rim – $21.00
  • San Angel Inn Premium Tequila Flight – Casa Dragones Blanco, Clase Azul Reposado, Avión Reserva 44 Extra Añejo – $33.00
  • Piña Loca – Mezcal Ilegal Blanco, Ancho Reyes Liqueur, Ginger-Pineapple Juice served on the rocks with Black Ant Salt Rim – $15.00
  • Blood Orange – Ambhar Blanco Tequila, Orange Liquor, Sweet-Tart Mix of Blood Orange Juice, Hint of Rum and Vanilla served with Tajín Chile-Lime Powder Rim – $15.00
  • Café de Oaxaca – Mezcal Ilegal Blanco, Vanilla Ice Cream, Cold Brew Coffee Moonshine, and Agave Nectar served frozen (contains dairy) – $15.00
  • Horchata – Terremoto churro tequila, horchata rum, Fireball cinnamon whisky, and agua de horchata topped with cinnamon powder (Contains dairy) – $14.00
  • The Wild One – Tequila, ginger liqueur, passion fruit and mango purée, fresh lime juice and served on the rocks with black ant salt rim – $14.00
  • La Cava Avocado – Avión blanco tequila, melon liqueur, fresh avocado, agave nectar, and fresh lime juice served frozen with hibiscus salt rim – $15.25


  • Flan de Coco – Coconut Custard topped with Toasted Coconut and a Crème Anglaise – $8.00
  • Mousse de Chocolate – Chocolate mousse and almond brittle candy – 8.00
  • Helado de Dulce de Leche – Caramel ice cream – 8.00
  • Pastel de Queso con Cajeta – Cheese cake with caramel sauce “cajeta”. – 8.00

Kids Appetizer

  • Salad – 3.00
  • Fruit Cup – 2.50

Kids Entrees

  • Grilled Chicken with Rice and Vegetables – 9.50
  • Cheese Quesadilla – 9.50
  • Chicken Tenders – 9.50
  • Mac and Cheese – 9.50

Kids Desserts

  • Chocolate Brownie – 4.50
  • Dulce de Leche Ice Cream – 3.00

Note: Menus for Disney World restaurants change on a somewhat regular basis, so the menu listed above is subject to change. For the most up to date menu, check out Disney’s official San Angel Inn menu.