2022 EPCOT Festival of Holidays: Yukon Holiday Kitchen Review
At the Canada Pavilion, the Yukon Holiday Kitchen features hearty food with a cold-weather eats vibe.
Our recommendation: Canada is a solid booth during any Festival, and this one is no different; you’ll walk away happy and satisfied. If you happen to arrive during a slow time, make sure to ask for a fresh serving of scallops. No dish tastes as good after sitting under a heat lamp, but Heat Lamp Seafood is a new low.
- Seared Scallops – $6.75
– with Parsnip Silk, Apple Chutney and Hazelnut Croquant
- Beef Bourguignon – $6
– with Crushed Potatoes
- SNICKERS®-Doodle Cookie 🍪 – $3
– made with SNICKERS® bar pieces
- Frozen Coffee (nonalcoholic) – $4.50
- 81Bay Brewing Co. Peanut Butter Banana Porter – $5.50
– Tampa, FL
- Playalinda Brewing Co. Maple Cookie Blonde Ale – $5.50
– Titusville, FL
- Collective Arts Coffee Maple Porter – $5.50
– Hamilton, Ontario
- Regional Icewine – $14.50
- Regional Red Wine – $6.50
- Frozen Coffee – $12.50
– with Tap 357 Whisky
- Beer Flight – $10
Best of the Booth
We could really say everything, but we’re going to call out the scallops. At $6.75 they are expensive for the serving size of two, but they’re tasty and more unique than this booth’s other dishes. If you happen to arrive at a slow time and see them waiting under a heat lamp, make sure to ask for a fresh plate. All Festival food tastes best when it’s fresh, but the scallops suffer from waiting more than most. There’s no risk of illness, but if you get a plate that’s been sitting you’ll think we lost our minds recommending this.
Rest of the Booth
The Beef Bourguignon is not as exciting as the scallops, but who doesn’t love beef and potatoes? This is a hearty serving of happy that reflects the Canada booth’s usual skill with meat. And the cookie … is the cookie on top. Huge enough to share with two or more and definitely very sweet, but yummy all the same.