PHOTOS: Spice Road Table Prepares for Reopening Under Disney Management Tomorrow at EPCOT; New Small Plates Menu Revealed

According to Disney and confirmed by managers at the adjacent Souk-Al-Magreb, Spice Road Table will be reopening on December 13 at EPCOT. Spice Road Table has received a few theming details over its three-day closure as Disney has assumed ownership of the Morocco Pavilion at EPCOT. While it’s currently unknown when the rest of the Morocco Pavilion will reopen, let’s take a look at ongoing preparations at Spice Road Table.

Spice Road Table Reopening Prep


The table service location sits along the banks of World Showcase Lagoon.


After assuming ownership of the Morocco Pavilion, Disney added additional theming to Spice Road Table.


New faux tile details have been added to the columns over the past few days.


Blue swags are draped among the columns and hanging lamps.


Tables are temporarily numbered using copy paper taped to the table. It is possible that some adjustments are being made as Disney implements its point of sale system at Spice Road Table.

Spice Road Table – New Mediterranean Small Plates Menu

When Spice Road Table reopens, the location will debut an updated menu featuring a variety of small plate options, such as Hummus Fries, Fried Calamari, Triopitakia and a wide selection of beverages:


As a reminder, reservations for Spice Road Table are no longer offered, and the restaurant will be welcoming guests on a walk-in basis.

Are you looking forward to dining at Spice Road Table after its brief closure? Use the comments to tell us what you will order.

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  1. I ate across the way at the walk up to the counter and point cafe (I forgot the name). The small plates restaurant has never been open any of the times I’ve been to Epcot and I always looked. The plate I had with stuffed grape leaves, hummus, couscous, and other salad-type cold foods was excellent! Service? Not so much. We ate at the formal restaurant too and while pricey we liked it a lot. The belly dancer spent more time playing with a little kid than actually performing so that aspect was disappointing.

    I definitely have this new version on my list of Epcot places to eat now; thank you!

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