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2022 EPCOT Festival of Holidays: L’Chaim Holiday Kitchen Review

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L’Chaim sits between France and Morocco, adding culinary diversity with Jewish favorites.

Our recommendation: happy, delicious, and so close to one of our favorite storytellers. You’ll get to hear the story and songs of Hanukkah while you enjoy these treats. The very best of comfort food picks at the festival.

Booth Overview

Latkes (with and without salmon), Pastrami on Rye, Sufganiyot and Black & White Cookie


  • Pastrami on Rye – $5.50
    – with House-made Pickles and Deli Mustard
  • Smoked Salmon Potato Latke 🇬 – $5.75
  • Potato Latkes 🇬🌱 – $4.25
  • Sufganiyot – $3.75
    – Mini Jelly-filled Doughnuts
  • Black and White Cookie 🌱🍪 – $3


  • Brooklyn Brewery Winter IPA – $5.50
    – Brooklyn, NY
  • Frozen New York Whiskey Sour – $11.50
    – featuring Manifest Whiskey and Manischewitz Blackberry Wine

Our Thoughts

Best of the Booth

We could call out everything here and not be wrong, but we’re going with the Pastrami. It’s fabulous, with a sweet and spicy pickle that just makes us happy. Plus, it’s a huge value at $5.50.

Rest of the Booth

The Smoked Salmon Latke is giant and salty and beautiful! A big scoop of smoked salmon and some fried potato and dill sauce for under $6?!?! Yes, please. If you don’t love salmon, the plain Potato Latkes are stellar. The Black and White Cookie is yummy and is only $3.00. The one thing that we would skip is the Sufganiyot and that’s just because of the price. At $3.75, this means you’re paying $1.25 for each donut and while they are outstanding, we’re too frugal to recommend this.

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Christina Harrison

Christina worked for TouringPlans as a youngster and is back on the team now weighing cupcakes, stalking the Hello Kitty section of Mitsukoshi, and getting social media footage for our rad Instagram feed!

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