Tangierine Cafe

Tangierine Café provides a sampling of Mediterranean dishes, including shawarma platters, falafel, and a kefta sandwich. Meats served with couscous and hummus form the core of the menu. An extensive selection of coffee and teas is also available.

General Information - Hide Section
  • Location: At the entrance to the Morocco Pavilion.
  • Date Opened:
  • Seating: Indoor tables
  • Service Type: Counter service
  • Children's Meals: Hamburger, chicken tenders
  • Vegetarian Options: Falafel, tabouleh, hummus, couscous
  • Annual Pass Discount: No
  • Reservations: None
Menu Information - Hide Section

Menu as of April 2012

Shawarma Platters

Served with side of hummus, tabouleh, and a Tangierine couscous salad with fresh Morrocan bread.

Chicken / Lamb Combo - $13.99
Lamb - $12.99
Chicken - $11.99

Speciality Wraps

Served with Tangierine couscous salad and Lentil Salad.

Lamb - $9.99
Chicken - $8.99
Falafel Wrap - $8.99

Mediterranean Specialities

Moroccan Kefta Sandwich - Seasoned ground beef, grilled and served with fresh salsa and fries (spicy harissa optional). $9.99
Mediterranean Sliders Combo - Three Pita Pockets - Lamb, Chicken and Falafel with Lettuce, Tomatoes, Onions, Cucubmer and Tahini Sauce.  Served with Lentils, Hummus and Tabouleh. $14.99
Vegetable Platter - Falafel, Tangeriene Couscous Salad, Hummus, Tabouleh, Lentil Salad and Marinated Olives. $10.99

Side Dishes

Tabouleh - $2.99
Lentil Salad - $2.99
Marinated Olives - $2.99
Tangierine Couscous Salad - $2.99

Kids' Menu

All meals served with choice of 1% milk, bottled water or juice. Potato Chips and Soda are available upon request.

Hamburger - served with carrot sticks and apple sauce. $7.99
Chicken Tenders - served with carrot sticks and apple sauce. $7.99


Sodas - Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Sprite, Fanta Orange and Iced Tea. $2.59/$2.89 
Bottled Water - $2.50
Lemonade - $2.99
Domestic Beer - $5.99
Imported Beer - $6.99 (Casa Beer)
Sangria - $6.99
Moroccan Wine (by the glass) -  $6.99
Frozen Fruit Drink - $4.99

Baklava Bakery Counter Beverages

Cafe Latte (iced or hot) - $3.99
Cappuccino (iced or hot) - $3.99
Moorish (Espresso with Cinnamon & Nutmeg) - $3.50
Cafe Espresso - $3.50
Nescafe Coffee (Regular or Decaffeinated) - $2.50
Moroccan Mint Tea (iced or hot) - $2.50
Bottled Water - $2.50 

Tangeriene Coffee - with orange liqueur. $6.99
Kasbah Coffee - with hazelnut liqueur. $6.99
Casablanca Coffee - with vanilla liqueur. $6.99
Mimosa (Champagne with Orange Juice) - $6.99
Moroccan Wine (by the glass) - $6.99
Sangria - $6.99
Tangierine Cocktail - $7.99
Imported Casa Beer - $6.99
Domestic Beer - $5.99

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Average Reviewer Rating: 3.4 out of 53.4 out of 53.4 out of 53.4 out of 53.4 out of 5
Number of Tangierine Café Reviews: 5
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1.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.0   Sunday, December 10, 2006
Reviewer: sjp ( Los Angeles, CA     December 21, 2006
It had been a while since I had eaten Moroccan food and Marrakesh is one of my favorite restaurants at Epcot. Unfortunately, even at 4pm they were booked up with reservations for Candelight, so I decided to try Tangierine Cafe, thinking it would be similar in food offerings but minus the service and atmosphere.

I ordered the combination chicken and lamb plate. It was simply the worst restaurant meal I have ever eaten anywhere. I would not feed this slop to my dog. Both the 'chicken' and 'lamb' were pre-chewed . . . they were shaved from processed blocks of who knows what. The shavings looked like wood chips on the plate and tasted about as good as they looked. The only difference between the two piles was the supposed 'chicken' pile was lighter in color than the supposed 'lamb' pile. Bad food. This was not a matter of poor preparation . . . this is bad product.

To be fair, the Casablanca beer was good.

Lesson learned: I will NEVER eat here again. Tuition: about $20.00
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1.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.0   5/19/2005
Reviewer: rluey29 Jonesboro, AR     October 06, 2005
Worst place we ate all week. Food was cold and they just opened. We walked in and they acted like they didn't even want to serve us. I hated it.
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5.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.0   Aug. 4, 2004
Reviewer: MouseMom Freeport, IL     August 09, 2004
Great food! We had lunch and had the lamb/chicken combo which came with hummus and couscous. Our 9 yr old had the chicken roll up. She liked it. It had lots of chicken with a hint of curry. I recommend a place like this for introducing your children to something other than chicken strips, burgers and hot dogs. The atmosphere was like being in Morocco. We enjoyed it very much!
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