Epcot Flower and Garden Festival Outdoor Kitchen Menus

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They’re here! The menu offerings for this year’s Epcot Flower and Garden Festival Outdoor Kitchens have been released! This year there are some fantastic new dishes, mixed in with some favorites from last year.

For those who don’t know, this is the Outdoor Kitchens’ second appearance at the Flower and Garden Festival. They were introduced last year under the name, “Garden Marketplace Kiosks.” These Kitchens serve up delicious, fresh food and beverages that gather their inspiration from springtime flavors.

Earlier, Disney told us which booths would be at the Festival. This year, a new booth known as Urban Farm Eats will debut, and it appears that the Intermission Cafe in the Festival Center is officially included in the fun. It will offer up quite a few tasty treats, too!

Here are the full menus for each of the Outdoor Kitchens:

Jardin de Fiestas (Mexico Pavilion) – this booth offers tapas that are spring light and cooked just right.

  • Tacos al pastor – Corn tortilla filled with achiote-marinated pork, garnished with grilled diced pineapple, onions and cilantro
  • Quesadilla de hongos con queso – Flour tortilla filled with mushrooms and cheese
  • Flan de chocolate Abuelita – Mexican chocolate custard
  • Tecate draft beer
  • White Mexican sangria
  • Franbuesa (raspberry) margarita on the rocks
  • Tequila flight – blanco, reposado and añejo
  • Dasani bottled water

Lotus House (China Pavilion) – try a garden-fresh take on spring-influenced flavors.

  • Beijing-style candied strawberries
  • Spring pancake with grilled chicken and green apple
  • Vegetable spring rolls
  • Popping bubble tea
  • Kung Fu Punch – Vodka and triple sec with mango and orange juice
  • South Sea Storm – Guava juice with light and dark rum
  • Plum wine
  • Tsing-Tao beer
  • Lychee aerated water

Florida Fresh (Germany Pavilion) – Savor fresh Florida ingredients that are grown and produced locally

  • Watermelon salad with pickled onions, BW Farm baby arugula, feta cheese and balsamic reduction
  • Shrimp and stone ground grits with andouille sausage, sweet corn, tomatoes and cilantro
  • Florida kumquat pie
  • Watermelon passion fruit slush featuring Simply Lemonade®
  • Hurricane Class 5 White Sangria featuring Simply Lemonade, Florida Orange Groves
  • Garda Italian Wine Blend, Quantum Leap Winery
  • Rogue Valley Pinot Noir, Quantum Leap Winery
  • Blonde Ale, Orlando Brewing Company
  • Cotton Mouth Belgian Style Witbier, Swamp Head Brewery
  • Feast of Flowers Farmhouse Ale, Florida Beer Company
  • Florida Avenue Blueberry, Cold Storage Craft Brewery
  • Beer Flight – Blonde Ale, Cotton Mouth Belgian Style Witbier, Feast of Flowers Farmhouse Ale and Florida Avenue Blueberry
  • Simply Orange

Primavera Kitchen (Italy Pavilion) – Sample some of this country’s many flavors.

  • Caprese – Fior di latte mozzarella, roasted peppers and olio verde
  • Three cheese manicotti – Egg pasta stuffed with ricotta, mozzarella, parmesan, tomato sauce and béchamel
  • Torta di ricotta – Lemon cheesecake with limoncello-marinated strawberries
  • Placido Pinot Grigio
  • Placido Chianti
  • Bosco del Merlo Prosecco
  • White peach bellini – Prosecco and white peach puree
  • Strawberry rossini – Prosecco and marinated strawberries
  • Frozen Italian primavera – Assorted fruit slushy with limoncello and vodka
  • Moretti Lager
  • Moretti La Rossa

The Smokehouse: Barbecue and Brews (American Adventure Pavilion) – Celebrate the truly American tradition of barbeque, paired with craft brews from across the country.

  • Pulled pig slider with cole slaw
  • Smoked beef brisket with collard greens and jalapeño corn bread
  • Smoked turkey “rib”
  • “Piggylicous” bacon cupcake with maple frosting and pretzel crunch featuring Nueske’s Applewood Smoked Bacon
  • Magic Hat #9, Magic Hat Brewing
  • Maduro, Cigar City Brewing
  • Fat Tire, New Belgium Brewing Company
  • Billy’s Chilies, Twisted Pine Brewing Company
  • Beer Flight – Magic Hat #9, Maduro, Fat Tire and Billy’s Chilies
  • The Original Rib Shack Red Wine

Hanami (Japan Pavilion) – enjoying delicate bites and refreshing beverages.

  • Frushi – Fresh pineapple, strawberries and melon, rolled with coconut rice, topped with raspberry sauce, sprinkled with toasted coconut and served with whipped cream on the side
  • Temaki hand roll – Sliced Panko fried chicken, curry sauce, rice and pickled julienne carrots wrapped with Nori
  • Hanami sushi – A flavorful combination of salmon, scallop and beef-topped rice balls served atop a shiso violet sauce
  • Japanese puffed rice cakes with green tea whipped cream and azuki
  • Kirin draft beer
  • Pinepple Paradise with Yuzu Slushie – Frozen blend of sweet sake, pineapple juice and crème, flavored with a hint of Yuzu citrus juice
  • Orange Mango Slushie – Frozen blend of Nigori sake, mango and orange juice

Taste of Marrakesh (Morocco Pavilion) – Discover the tastes on North African spices.

  • Lamb brewat roll with prunes and sesame
  • Harissa chicken kebab with couscous salad
  • Baghrir – Moroccan pancake with honey, almonds and argan oil
  • Mint iced tea
  • White sangria
  • Guerrouane red
  • Casa Beer
  • Desert Rose – Sparkling wine with pomegranate liqueur

Fleur de Lys (France Pavilion) – Indulge your senses in France’s most magnificent culinary masterpieces.

  • Gnocchi Parisien à la Provençal – Parisian-style dumplings with vegetables and mushrooms
  • Confit de canard, pommes de terre Sarladaise – Pulled duck confit with garlic and parsley potatoes
  • Macaron à la fleur d’ Oranger – Orange blossom macaron with white chocolate ganache
  • La Vie en Rose frozen slush – Vodka, Grey Goose Orange, St. Germain Liquor, and white and red cranberry juice
  • Kir Imperial – Sparkling wine, Chambord and black raspberry liquor
  • Rosé pamplemousse cocktail – Rosé wine mixed with natural grapefruit syrup
  • Kronenbourg Blanc 1664 – Fruity white beer with citrus notes

Buttercup Cottage (United Kingdom Pavilion) – Delight in afternoon tea offerings and fresh garden flavors.

  • Freshly baked potato and cheddar cheese biscuit with smoked salmon tartare
  • Field greens with Plant City strawberries, toasted almonds and Farmstead stilton
  • Pork and apple sausage roll with house-made piccalilli
  • Freshly baked lemon scones with berry preserves and crème fraÎche
  • Chilled rose blush lemonade featuring Simply Lemonade with Raspberry (nonalcoholic)
  • Twinings® Cold Brewed English Classic with lemon grass syrup
  • Berry tea cocktail – Twinings Cold Brewed Mixed Berry Tea with Florida Cane vodka and Plant City strawberry, flavored with raspberry and açaí syrup
  • Iron Horse Fairy Tale Cuvee
  • Deloach Pinot Noir

Pineapple Promenade (Canada Pavilion) – Enjoy all kinds of treats featuring juicy pineapples.

  • Pineapple soft serve
  • Pineapple soft serve with Myers’s dark rum
  • Pineapple soft serve with Parrot Bay coconut rum
  • Sweet potato cinnamon waffle with pineapple soft serve
  • Frozen desert violet lemonade featuring Simply Lemonade (nonalcoholic)
  • Tropical Mango Pale Ale, St. John Brewers
  • Once Upon a Vine’s The Lost Slipper Sauvignon Blanc

Urban Farm Eats – Taste treats from this booth’s all natural menu, with dishes that have been cultivated entirely from the soil.

  • Pickled beet salad with goat cheese cream, mizuna and pistachios
  • Land-grown eggplant “scallop” with romesco sauce and spaghetti squash
  • Ghost pepper-dusted tilapia with crisp winter melon slaw and mint oil featuring The Original Sauce Man’s Kick It Up Rub
  • Cucumber lemon spa water, finished with a sprig of fresh mint
  • The Vegan Vine Chardonnay
  • The Vegan Vine Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Redbridge Gluten-Free Sorghum Beer

Intermissions Cafe (Festival Center) – Pop inside to find all kinds of fine food and beverages.

  • Grapes
  • Fruit & cheese plate
  • Vegan trio
  • Southwest chicken wrap
  • Tuna salad with pita
  • Side salad
  • Asian tuna salad with noodles
  • Caprese Push-Pop – Tomato, mozzarella and balsamic
  • Hurricane Class 5 White Sangria, Florida Orange Groves
  • Garda Italian Wine Blend, Quantum Leap Winery
  • Rogue Valley Pinot Noir, Quantum Leap Winery
  • Martini Prosecco
  • Strongbow Cider, Bulmers Cider Company
  • SweetWater Blue, SweetWater Brewing Company

Overall, compared to last year’s offerings, I feel as though there are more fresh-flavored dishes this year. More items seem to involve fruits and vegetables, which makes sense, given that these are part of the Epcot Flower & Garden Festival. It does seem that many of the things I tried last year have been replaced by new items. (I will certainly miss the Angel Food Cake with macerated Florida Berries…I know, it’s just a fancy strawberry shortcake, but it was so yummy!) I guess that just means there’s more to try this year!

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15 thoughts on “Epcot Flower and Garden Festival Outdoor Kitchen Menus

  • February 17, 2014 at 11:18 am

    I am so excited to read this. Our favourite part of the festival last year was sampling foods from each of the booths. We were there at the end of the festival in 2013 so I’m looking forward to visiting at the start. Am now counting the days to our arrival (13!!!) with even more anticipation!

  • February 17, 2014 at 11:51 am

    I don’t think you can cultivate tiliapia via soil.

  • February 17, 2014 at 12:29 pm

    Last year, I thought the booths were a great addition to the festival. This year’s menus sound exceptional. Can’t wait to get there the end of March.

    • February 19, 2014 at 2:15 pm

      I just keep picturing something like a McRib…guess we’ll find out soon. lol!

  • February 17, 2014 at 9:34 pm

    Wow, these menus sound even better than the ones for food and wine. I’m not much on flowers and gardens, but I may have to rethink my usual touring dates. Of course, then I’d miss out on the signature dinners. Nothing for it, I’ll just have to move to Florida.

  • February 18, 2014 at 10:20 am

    This may be a dumb question, but these booths offering food, they are not free? You order like at a restaurant, and pay for this right? We will be in The World, Feb 28-Mar 9. Just thinking about planning an afternoon or a few hours to check it out.

    • February 19, 2014 at 2:14 pm

      Yep…you order and pay at the Outdoor Kitchen Kiosks that will be found all through the World Showcase Promenade. 🙂 It’s a great way to spend the afternoon wandering around World Showcase.

  • February 24, 2014 at 6:14 pm

    Any idea if/how many of these will be available as snack credit items on the dining plan?

  • March 20, 2014 at 1:24 pm

    Does anyone know if you are able to use DDP credits for these booths? I have been told two different things on the Disney resort reservation line. Thanks in advance! I’m sure that someone has been there since this started in March and can help.


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