Sunday, September 20, 2020

What To Eat At The Food And Wine Festival At Epcot

I absolutely love the Food & Wine Festival at Epcot. There are so many different food stations set up in the World Showcase. I suggest you bring your appetite, because you will fill up. The food prices mostly range from $5-$10. The alcohol is slightly more. 





We started off at Mexico.



We tried the Pork Tostado, which was a win. Fabulous flavors! It sort of looks like poop, but it tasted wonderful, I promise!




We also tried the Ribeye Taco. Also a hit. If I had to pick one, I'd choose the tostado simply because I felt like it was more flavorful. 




China had some great offerings:




We tried the Chicken Dumplings, and everyone loved it. Natalie especially. She ended up getting them again before we left Epcot.




We also tried the Mongolian Beef Bao Bun. The meat was tender and again, the flavors were delicious.




Off to Africa! 




I don't like seafood, but the kids and my mom do, so they go the Piri Piri Skewered Shrimp. I DID try some of the citrus flavored couscous and was impressed. 




I was excited about Germany since I tend to love German food:




We got the bratwurst, which was okay. Not my favorite:






And the apple strudel, which was pretty amazing. The sauce made it!




Oh, and Mom liked the Riesling and was amused at how tiny the glass was. But she said it was good:




By the way, it's pretty empty at Food & Wine during the week. Weekends can be crowded. But if you go around 11 when it opens, it's wonderful.




We didn't eat in the America area:





In Morocco, there was some scrumptious food:




Mom tried the Mimosa Royale and I had a sip as well. It was delish!




The Spicy Hummus fries had a great flavor and yes, they did have a kick to them. We would get these again for sure!




The Beef Kefta Pocket was just okay for me, but my son really enjoyed it:




Stop and take some photos in the Morocco Fez House. It's gorgeous!





France is normally one of my favorite spots, but the menu wasn't as impressive to me. However, I kept hearing how fabulous the canard confit a l'orange was. I had never tried duck before, so I was intrigued:





Here it is and it was amazing! I'd get it again. The kids loved it too. Again, it doesn't look like much, but I promise, you won't be sorry if you order this:




Of course we ate in the boulangerie patisserie as well and Remy was too cute!




We didn't get anything Brazil because we were starting to get full but I bet the pork belly is spectacular:




There's a tent set up near Canada with even more offerings. Plus there's A/C so it's a lovely place to relax from the heat. Here's the various menus:













We ended up with the Frozen Apple Pie, which was one of my fave desserts. It truly tasted like an apple pie:



And we tried the Liquid Nitro Cake Pop with M&Ms. It was cool to watch them make it. The flavor was just okay for me though. But cool to watch it smoke. I wanted some mac & cheese but it seemed like a long line, so I passed. 



In Japan, there was some interesting choices:




We went for the Teriyaki Chicken Bun which was okay for me, but the kids really enjoyed it:




We all loved the Frothy Ramen. It's cold, but it has wonderful flavors. But it's served in a fun way:




We always have to check out the store in Japan:




I love pasta, so I was excited to check out Italy:




We got La Classica, and let me tell you, it was gone in seconds. Look at all that bacon!



Our final stop was the Citrus Blossom. I wanted to get the Orange Bird sipper!




Here he is! He was filled with an orange cream shake which tasted exactly like a creamsicle:




My mom tried the Orange Sunshine Wine Slushy and it was also flavorful:




We did skip Canada since we already tried the beer cheese soup (delish) and the meat dish a few years ago. (We found the meat tough.)

There were some food booths that weren't open yet. I believe more choices will be available in October. 

Our top favorites? The Frothy Ramen in Japan, La Classica in Italy, and canard confit a l'orange in France. Mind you, the other items were good, but these stood out to us. For a sweet treat, you must get the Frozen Apple Pie in the tent area. 



It took us about two hours to get through all the booths and eat. I hope I can make it back to another Food & Wine Festival because I do love eating and trying new things. Have you been to theFood & Wine Festival? 

39 comments:

  1. This is my kind of festival! The food and wine looks so good here.

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  2. Food festivals are my favourites! All those dishes look absolutely amazing!

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  3. The frozen apple pie sounds great! I was there once for the festival and all I remember is margaritas from Mexico!

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  4. I love food festivals, you can try so many different amazing foods. I'd love to go to a food fair this autumn but unfortunately all the ones near me have been cancelled.

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  5. The Food and Wine Festival is one of my favorite things at Disney. I’m sad to be missing it this year due to the pandemic.

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  6. I haven't ever been to the food and wine festival at Disney but it looks amazing! I love the glass the shake came in!

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  7. BEER CHEESE SOUP is so good. I need some now. I know you skipped it but that reminded me I haven't had some in months and man this. The frothy ramen is super creative looking. Piri Piri skewers shrimp is something I would be all over.

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  8. The food looks amazing and your kids learned about so many different cultures. I think it must have been nice to sample some of the drinks that adults sometimes try.

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  9. Looks and sounds amazing! I love food festivals, though we haven't been to something quite as big. We'd be so overwhelmed lol.

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  10. This sounds like so much fun. I would have fun trying all the food.

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  11. OMG, I would have a BLAST at this food and wine festival!

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  12. I love the food and wine festival! Everything looks amazing! Can't wait to go back.

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  13. I’ve never visited this food and wine festival before. I can’t wait to experience this.

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  14. OMG I am literally drooling. I've never been to a festival quite like this before. I want all the food from all the countries! Yumm!

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  15. Wow! I can't wait to go to Food & Wine Festival! Looks like there will be many delicious food here. That Orange Sunshine Wine Slushy looks really yum!

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  16. I'd love to go to the food and wine festival one year once everything dies down. My husband prefers going when there are "cooler" temps in FL, but maybe I could go with my mom.

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  17. Wow the ribeye taco looks so good. I would love to go to Epcot sometime, I've never been.

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  18. This looks like so much fun!!! The dish with the bacon...SIGN ME UP!!! And the teriyaki dumpling look so delicious! My family loves events like these!

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  19. I think a better question would be what NOT to eat, because I want to eat EVERYTHING! lol I am a sucker for all of the delicious World showcase food and drinks!

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  20. I want that orange bird sipper too. So cute! Almost looks like Tweety...my fave. LOL. -LYNNDEE

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  21. I've never been to the Epcot Food & Wine Fest. I'm not a huge fan of food in general. But I do like how the hummus fries look!

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  22. That was a lot of food. Oh my goodness! I am glad you had a lot of fun with your family. Just keep eating...

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  23. Wow! Look at all the amazing food and drinks. Now this is a place I would love to go too. I love being able to try out new foods.

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  24. OMG, Epcot Food & Wine Festival, yes, please! I didn’t realize this was still happening this year. :( The apple strudel does look amazing but the ramen in a cup seems weird.

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  25. There are so many great options! I would really love to go and do this sometime.

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  26. Oh how I wish I was traveling this Fall. Alas, I will be home wishing I was somewhere fun like the delicious Epcot Wine and Food festival!

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  27. That is somewhere I would like to go. You have food and drink from around the world but you don't have to travel.

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  28. I've always wanted to attend this festival ! Everything sounds delicious.

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  29. I love to attend this kind of food and wine festival, best part is that we can taste various dishes. I like that all of them are in afforable price. Looks like you guys had fun.

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  30. Nathalie Porbes (porbesnathalie@gmail.com)September 23, 2020 at 2:47 AM

    This looks so cool and fancy! Love the looks of the foods, menu and everything. A place worthy of a visit. Wanna come here soon!

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  31. Wow! Sounds a lot of fun! I love to try new dished from around the world!

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  32. Yes to all of this please! Food festivals are one of my favorite things - add Epcot into the mix and I'm sold. I am starving now, but I can't decide what I want. I am going to have to go!

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  33. I am a big fan of food and wine festivals! The food and drink look absolutely delicious and I think $5 - $10 average price isn't too bad!

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  34. Yum! This all looks so amazing and not too dear at all (although, I'm not schooled on what is and isn't dear in America.) I don't think we'll be having any food festivals over here though. Not yet anyway.

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  35. Oh wow lots of food to try! The frothy ramen looks interesting and cool!

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  36. Holy smokes that all looked so good. I really have to get back to Disney one day.

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  37. I almost miss out all food festivals due to some reason or the other. I would love to attend one such festival. All those lovely pictures display how much fun a food festival could be.

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  38. i miss being able to go do all of these things. off of that looks amazing. can't wait until this is all done so we can get back to this.

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