There’s 81 different food items at this year’s EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival, and more food booths will be opening in October. That’s a lot to sample, but we’re trying it all!
Here’s a quick rundown of the booths that are open from Mexico through America. (Note: Kenya, India, Spain, and Alps will open at a later time.) We’ll have detailed reviews, best bets, and more in future blog posts, too.
- Chilaquiles con Chorizo (crispy corn tortillas tossed in salsa verde and Monterey Jack cheese topped with Crema Mexicana, queso cotija, pickled onions, and ground chorizo), $7.00
- Taco de Ribeye (shaved ribeye steak, red onions, and poblano peppers on a corn tortilla with ranchera salsa, cotija cheese, and chives), $7.00
- Capirotada de Chocolate (Abuelita chocolate bread pudding served with a chocolate crème anglaise), $5.50
- Pan-fried Chicken Dumplings with House-made Sweet and Spicy Sauce, $5.00
- ZiRan Beef Bao Bun (grilled beef with cumin), $7.25
- Crispy-fried Pepper Shrimp with Spicy Sichuan Noodles, $7.50
- Schinkennudeln: Pasta Gratin with Ham, Onions, and Cheese, $4.50
- Roast Bratwurst in a Pretzel Roll, $5.75
- Apple Strudel with Vanilla Sauce, $4.25
- Mezzelune Croccanti: Crispy Half-moon Breaded Mozzarella-filled Ravioli with Pomodoro Sauce, $12.00
- Ravioli: Grilled Chicken Ravioli with Alfredo Sauce, Romano Cheese, and Prezzemolo, $13.00
- Bomboloni: Cream-filled Italian Doughnut with Raspberry Sauce and Powdered Sugar, $11.00
The Rotunda Bistro
- Chilled Smoked Shrimp Salad, $6.25
- Wild Mushroom and Truffle Tart with Gruyère and Crème Fraîche, $5.00
- Chilled Crab and Avocado Parfait with Caviar, $6.50
Read part 1 of the series here, and stay tuned for part 3. In the meantime, what looks good to you from these booths?