Prices raised, some items removed from Teppan Edo menu at EPCOT

Teppan Edo’s menu in EPCOT’s Japan Pavilion saw some changes this month. Prices have gone up and some items have been removed or replaced with something else.

Above is what the menu looked like when we visited when Teppan Edo reopened in August 2020.

The spicy calamari appetizer was replaced with an assortment of tempura: 3pc of shrimp, onions, asparagus and red peppers ($17).

Most sushi rolls went up $1. The spicy roll and the California roll are now $14, the sashimi sampler is $16, and the sushi sampler is $14. The Volcano Roll remains at $18.

Admissions have increased significantly in price. Here is the full breakdown:

  • Filet mignon: $38 to $46
  • NY cut steak: $34 to $40
  • Julienne steak: $35 to $42
  • Salmon: $32 to $37
  • Ebi: $30 to $33
  • Toris: $30 to $32
  • Hotate: $37 to $65
  • Yasai: $24 to $26

The Tsukiji (scallop and steak) combination has been removed from the menu. The other suits have all gone up in price: Asakusa is now $44, Nihonbashi is now $43, and Ueno is now $42.

Spicy Calamari is now available as an add-on upgrade for $16. Here’s how the other add-on upgrades have gone up in price:

  • Wagyu Strip: $79 to $100
  • Lobster tail: $29 to $38
  • Hotate: $24 to $31
  • Ebi: $15 to $17

Mixed mushrooms are still $14.

The yuzu mousse cake has been added to the dessert menu for $18. Mango mousse cake and matcha tiramisu remain at $9 each. Instead of Chocolate Tofu Cake, there’s now Chocolate Ginger Cake for $9. Soft ice cream price rounded from $4.95 to $5.

Kid’s entrees include ebi ($18), tori ($18), and salmon ($20).

Most alcoholic beverages also rose slightly in price.

For example, the Kirin 20oz draw and the Sapporo bounty went from $9.50 to $12. Sake selections have mostly gone up a dollar or two.

The cocktails all remain the same, but have slightly increased in price.

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