Ours was seriously lacking in the entertainment department, which was a disappointment to me. I was hoping the antics would amuse the children and keep them interested. In fact, I've been to restaurants like this in my area that were more entertaining than Teppan Edo.
The food was tasty. The sauces were used in moderation which was a plus (I've been to some restaurants like this where they use to much sauce on the food) My only complaint? Not enough food! The portions were small but I tend to look forward to larger sized meals on vacation - that is my time to 'splurge', if you will.
The restaurant was clean - but then again, we were there when it first opened. The staff was friendly however, we did have an incident - my youngest fell off the booster seat they put on the chair for him, not one staff member came over to us to make sure things were okay. I was definitely put off by that.
The meal went by fast, the chef was very quick and we did feel a bit rushed but all stress and chaos aside I will say this was a good meal!
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Corporate Description: Teppan Edo is a Japanese restaurant in the Japan Pavilion in Epcot Theme Park where the spirit of authentic Japanese cuisine is celebrated through the culinary talents of Teppan Chefs cooking traditional dishes on grills at your table.Be entertained in the communal ritual of Teppan-yaki style cooking in one of the 6 picturesque Teppan Edo dining rooms as skillful chefs chop and stir-fry fresh shellfish, meats and vegetables at your table, served with Udon noodles and steamed rice. Or dine on sushi, croquettes and other authentic dishes.If you are 21 years of age or older, accompany your Japanese meal with a Kirin beer, a glass of wine or a variety of cold beverages. For a more traditional drink, sip a bit of sake—hot or cold—or even try a sake cocktail bursting with flavor.For dessert, indulge in a treat with an Asian twist like the chocolate ginger cake or the green tea pudding. It's the perfect ending to any meal. (Source: http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/parks/epcot.../teppan-edo-restaurant/)