Nine Dragons Restaurant Unlike most of the other table-service restaurants in World Showcase, you may be able to get a last minute reservation here. The food is satisfying and the dcor is elegant. The menu includes options from the four varieties of Chinese cuisine: Szechuan (spicy), Kiangche, Mandarin, and Cantonese. The menu recently changed, adding new dishes, but unfortunately dropping some favorites. Appetizers include the Appetizer Trio for two $11.98, Fragrant Chicken $5.98, General Tso’s Chicken Dumpling $10.98, Pot Stickers $6.98, Shrimp and Chicken Egg Rolls $7.98, Shrimp and Taro Lollipops $9.98, Walnut Shrimp Toast $7.98, Cucumber Appetizers $5.98, and Spicy Beef $8.68. Soup/Salad options: Chicken Consomm $3.98, Diao Yu Cucumber Salad $5.98, and Hot & Sour Soup $3.98. Entre options are Canton Pepper Beef $15.98 lunch/$18.98 dinner, Chinese Chicken Salad $12.98, Fragrant Five-Spiced Fish $21.98, Honey-Sesame Chicken $16.98 lunch/ $18.98 dinner, Kung Pao Chicken $15.98 lunch/$17.98 dinner, Nine Dragons Fried Rice $15.98, Nine Dragons Lunch Box Set $18.98, Peppery Shrimp $17.98 lunch/$21.98 dinner, Soup and Chinese Chicken Salad Combo $14.98 lunch only, Sweet & Sour Pork $15.68 lunch/$16.98 dinner, Vegetarian Stir Fry $14.68 lunch/$15.98 dinner. For dinner only: Shrimp and Steak $26.98, Spit Roasted Beijing Chicken $18.98, and Zha Jiang Noodle Sampler $18.98. Desserts: Chinese Ginger Cake $6.68, Coconut Rice Pudding $7.98, Ice Cream (Strawberry-Red Bean or Caramel-Ginger) $3.98. Beverages: Tsing Tao draft beer $5.98, Frozen Strawberry, Mango or blend of the two with rum $7.50, 17 different wines, 6 cocktails, hot tea in several gourmet varieties, and an assortment of cold beverages.
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