If you follow me on Instagram, or have followed my blog for awhile, you know I'm a HUGE fan of all things British. Chris and I are actually taking a trip to London and Scotland in a couple of months (I plan on blogging it). How I've made it four years without eating at the Rose and Crown in Epcot is beyond me, but we finally made it a reality!
If you have a reservation for the R&C, you check in outside and they'll give you a pager. I think we had ours for about 90 seconds before they buzzed us.
From what I could see, there were two main dining rooms plus the pub area. We sat in this room:
And you walked through this one to get there. I probably would have requested this one had I known, but it really didn't matter. I just loved the roof. Very reminiscent of Hampton Court Palace.
We had lunch reservations, so I snagged a photo of the menu for you. You can always check the menus for all Disney restaurants on their website.
This is a single table service credit restaurant for those of you who are on the dining plan.
Brayden decided to be adventurous and have the children's banger and mash. A "banger" is their term for a sausage. I tasted it and it was really good!
Chris went with the corned beef and cabbage. He said it was alright, but not as good as my mom's.
Since we were there on a Sunday, they offered a "Sunday roast" which was not on the menu. This is very traditional in England - on Sunday they'll roast up a cut of meat, and serve it with vegetables and yorkshire pudding, which is like a popover that has deflated and is made with the drippings of the meat that is roasted.
I opted for the Sunday roast as it was turkey. It came with roasted potatoes, yorkshire pudding, onion stuffing, peas and carrots and topped with gravy. It was spectacular!!
Since we were on the dining plan, and this was a table service restaurant, we got to choose a dessert. I went with the Jaffa Tart which had candied oranges with it. It was really good.
Chris had the sticky toffee pudding and loved it. I tasted it and it was delicious!