Teppan Edo is my kids' favorite for dinner at Epcot. I'm a little nervous with the soy sauce and common cooking area, but then I can't remember if the food is seasoned at all before cooking. Does anyone have any first hand experience eating there gluten free? Any places that you've had a bad experience and should avoid?
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They do allergens first then the main show. I am soy free so that makes it harder for them. They usually have gluten free soy sauce but all other sauces are made ahead with regular soy. They scrape and clean the cooking area so that it is allergen free, I was filled up and needing larger clothes. I didi not get one reaction from this food and it was done safely. I have had Japanese food at Disneyland but this was just as good, nearly. It is run by the Japanese store next door. They will not make you sick, promise.
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steak wrapped green onion for appetizer, OMG, can I have more!!
long slice sof squash and slice of onion grilled then cut into strips
shrimp butterflied and stripped of shell and tail
everything grilled in rice oil
chicken breast filet grilled then cubed with mushroom quarters, lemon juice added
it is a beautiful square white plate of yummy goodness
on the side is the appetizer and white rice
each guest gets three dipping sauces .
she cooks with soybean oil normally
tosses onion slices on grill
length wise cut zucchini, it is tender in the middle, good flavor
great show, hysterical
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