How To Spend $50 Wisely at EPCOT’s Festival of the Arts

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One of the best parts of any of the festivals at EPCOT is the food. And at the Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Arts, the food and beverages are an art form. Both in visual presentation and in taste, you can enjoy some of the most creative dishes served any time of year at EPCOT. But indulging in the culinary arts can get costly, quick. Here’s how to make the most of $50 at EPCOT’s International Festival of the Arts.

  • Pork Belly Pastor: Pastor-marinated Pork Belly atop Boniato Purée with Charred Pineapple and Crispy Cilantro (Gluten/Wheat Friendly) – $7.50
    • Available at El Artista Hambriento
  • Coq au Vin: Chicken Roulade with Violet Mustard, Candied Carrots, Pancetta Crisp, Marble Potatoes, and Beurre Rouge Sauce – $6.75
    • Available at Cuisine Classique
  • Opera Cake: Almond Joconde, Coffee Buttercream, and Chocolate Ganache – $4.50
    • Available at Cuisine Classique
Festival of the Arts Studio Kitchen – Cuisine Classique
Festival of the Arts Studio Kitchen – El Artista Hambriento (The Hungry Artist – Mexico)
  • Salmon and Cream Gâteau with Egg Yolk Cream, Paddlefish Caviar, and Micro-Herbs – $7.00
    • Available at The Masterpiece Kitchen
  • Passion Fruit Mousse with Dragon Fruit Jam – $4.75
    • Available at Vibrante & Vivido
  • Mouskoutchou: Orange Cake with Cinnamon-Chocolate Mousse – $4.75
    • Available at Mosaic Canteen
Salmon and Cream Gâteau at The Masterpiece Kitchen, Canada Pavilion
Passion Fruit Mousse at Vibrante & Vivido
Festival of the Arts Studio Kitchen -Mosaic Canteen, Morocco
  • Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese – $5.00 (served in a souvenir can)
    • Available at Pop Art
  • Pan-Seared Scallop with Chorizo, Roasted Red Pepper Coulis, and Parmesan Crisp – $7.00
    • Available at The Artist’s Table
Festival of the Arts Studio Kitchen – Pop Eats

The total for all of the above items comes to $47.50. So technically you’d come in under budget, or you could splurge on one more dessert. Usually desserts at the festival are $4.00 – $6.00. With these eight items you would get a great mix of sweet and savory as well as a good mix of classic, well-known food and creative cuisine.

What are some of your money saving tips when attending a festival at EPCOT? Do you have a favorite dish at Festival of the Arts?

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Dani

Born and raised in the land of sunshine and dreams come true, Dani is a proud Orlando Native who loves sharing her hometown with others. She's worked in nearly all of Orlando's theme parks, on board Disney Cruise Line, and in hotel management. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @thisfloridalife

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