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I have a trip planned in a couple of weeks to go try out all of the food at this year’s Epcot Food and Wine Festival – it’s going to be ridiculous. For now, however, I’ve put together all of the menus and a foodie guide to this year’s festival!
I’ve also included my reviews and photos from previous years for dishes that were on previous menus! There’s actually a lot on the menu that I’ve tried before so there ou go!
Unlike the Disneyland Food and Wine Festival at California Adventure that you really can try most things in a day or two, the Epcot version is huge. There are 32 different global marketplace booths that are offering speciality food and drinks.
This guide is just about the food. If you want more information about Epcot Food and Wine Festival 2021 dates, concerts, cost, etc. check out this Epcot Food and Wine Festival 2021 guide first!
Then come back here and read this post because really it’s all about the food!
You can also find all of the food in the Festival Passport – pick it up when you walk in the park and put a passport stamp on any of the countries you try!
Best Epcot Food and Wine Festival Food
I’ll update this section with my top 10 things to eat (perfect if you are only visiting once) as soon as I get back from my trip in August!
And to make it a little easier – you can click on each of the items below if you want to jump right to them! There’s plenty of information in between that you should read but if you want to skip just to the best stuff, click away!
2021 Epcot Food and Wine Festival 2021 Menus
I’ve broken it down by marketplace booth to make it easier to navigate. I’ve also included our reviews from previous years if the items are the same!
Once I visit, I’ll update these to match the order of the tasting passport because I find that to be easier!
NOTE: As with all food, our opinions are subjective. You may have loved something that we thought was a skip item. And we may have loved something that you didn’t like at all. This isn’t fact, these are our opinions.
It’s always worth trying something if you have the money to spend. Our goal is to help you pick out the best of the best if you only want to try a few things and want to get your money’s worth!
ANOTHER NOTE: This post only includes food. I don’t do alcohol so no drink reviews for me. There are a few non kid-friendly drink options that I’ve included in this post, but there is no alcohol.
The Donut Box
I haven’t actually tried the Donut Box before because it opened in 2019 in October, after my visit. You’d better believe I’ll be trying out all of the donuts this year!
- Candy Jar Donut made with Snickers, M&Ms, and Twix
- Siracha-glazed donut
- Chef’s donut of the day
- Crispy Chicken on a Siracha-glazed donut
- Strawberry Smoothie
They also offer a four pack that includes one of the each of the donuts. I love that they do this and wish they did it for some of the other booths like the Brew-Wing one!
Flavors from Fire (Future World West)
This is one booth we skipped altogether because the line was insanely long both times we went by. I won’t be skipping it this year – the s’mores whoopie pie sounds amazing!
- Corned Beef Corner Route – smoked corned beef with crispy potatoes, cheese curds, pickled onions, and beer cheese fondue.
- Chimichurri-up Offense – charred chimichurri steak on a smoked corn cake with pickled vegetable slaw and cilantro aioli
- S’mores Whoopie Pie-lon – Smoked chocolate cake, graham cracker, marshmallow, chocolate ganache, and candied bacon
Earth Eats (Future World West)
Another booth we skipped altogether. As much as we like to try and eat clean and healthy around here (or at least my husband), we’re not a fan of vegan meats and cheeses. Earth Eats uses Impossible ground beef for both of their dishes. A number of my blogger friends tried the impossible cottage pie and said it was not their favorite at all.
- Impossible Burger Slider with wasabi cream and spicy Asian slaw on a sesame seed bun (V)
- Impossible Three-Bean Chili
Hawaii (near Refreshment Port)
If there’s one thing I know I like, it’s Hawaiian flavors. From these pork and pineapple kebabs to this pineapple monkey bread, I know I like fresh pineapple so I was hoping to love the Hawaii menu. It’s slightly different than in past years but I’m sure it’ll still be good!
Spoiler – I did!
- Kalua Pork Slider with sweet and sour pineapple chutney and spicy mayonnaise
- Tuna Poke with eel sauce, spicy mayonnaise, and crispy shrimp chips
- Teriyaki-glazed spam hash with potatoes, peppers, onions, and spicy mayonnaise
- Passion Fruit Cheesecake with toasted macadamia nuts
We didn’t get the chance to try the savory dishes but the passion fruit cheesecake made Hawaii proud.
The passion fruit cheesecake was also a big winner. I’m not a huge passion fruit person and even I thought it was delicious. It was light, fresh, fruity and a little tart. The macadamia nuts provided a nice island inspired crunch to balance out the creamy texture.
Shimmering Sips (Near Port of Entry)
Right before you really get into the World Showcase is Shimmering Sips – the home of all the desserts and mimosas. I didn’t try and mimosas but all of the desserts were calling my name. I’m excited that they didn’t get rid of the shimmering strawberry soft-serve!
- Shimming Strawberry Soft-Serve in a waffle cone (VKF)
- Banana Bread with mixed berry compote (plant-based)
If you’re a dessert lover like I am, then you’ll probably want to head directly to Shimmering Sips when you get into the park.
The strawberry soft-serve was actually really yummy. It comes in a sprinkle cone, topped with pink sprinkles, and is a great refreshing treat on a hot day. Just beware because it’s soft-serve, it melts felt. Like really fast.
Refreshment Port (near Canada)
Refreshment Port used to be home to the delicious cronut (one of the items on my best Disney World food list) but now it’s become the home of the poutine it seems.
I’m personally looking forward to trying both of these items, especially if the cheesecake is anything like the maple bourbon one we had a few years back. And I’m guessing it’s actually the same one!
- Braised beef poutine – French fries, boursin garlic and fine herbs cheese sauce, cheese curns, and gherkin relish
- Maple boursin cheesecake with whipped boursin maple bourbon cheese and candied pecans
Out of all of the cheesecakes we tried, the maple bourbon cheesecake was the definite winner (passion fruit cheesecake was a close second). It was light, creamy, and a good combination of sweet and crunchy.
Australia (Near Port of Entry)
As someone who went to Australia a few years ago, we were really excited to see the Australia menu. Unfortunately, none of these things really felt like Australia to us and the dessert was a total miss.
- Grilled Sweet and Spicy Bushberry Shrimp with pineapple, pepper, onion, and snap peas (G)
- Roasted Lamb Chop with sweet potato puree, bushberry pee salad, with pistachio pomegranate gremolata (G)
- Deconstructed Pavlova with pastry cream, citrus-macerated berries, and lemon myrtle meringue (VGK)
We tried all three of the items and none of them really wowed us. The shrimp was okay but the stir fried veggies had a really sweet pineapple flavor to them that my husband didn’t love.
The lamb was good if you’re a lamb fan and the puree and salad were a good addition. The gremolata however was soggy, probably from sitting around waiting for someone to order the dish! Skip if you don’t love lamb – it’s not going to convince you to love it.
The pavlova was probably our least favorite dessert of the entire festival – okay maybe second least favorite dessert. The berries were soggy, meringues were peaked but kind of gross when you bit into them, and and pudding was just like a loose cream. This might’ve been okay all together but deconstructed, it’s a hard pass for our family.
As soon as my blogger friends and I headed into the World Showcase the first place they wanted to go was Mexico for some margaritas. Apparently Mexico is a popular place for people to make their first stop when they drink around the world. If you’re eating around the world during the Food and Wine Festival, Mexico would make a good first eating stop too!
- Chilaquiles con chorizo – crispy corn tortillas tossed in salsa verde and monterey jack cheese with crema Mexicana, queso cotija, pickled onions, and ground chorizo
- Taco de Ribeye – shaved ribeye, red onions, and poblano peppers on a corn tortilla with ranchera salsa, cotija cheese, and chives
- Capirotada de Chocolate – Chocolate bread pudding serve with chocolate abuelita creme Anglaise (F)
Tacos, tostadas, and bread pudding. Mexico does food right, and I’m excited to try out the new savory items on the menu this year!
The bread pudding isn’t a traditional bread pudding, it’s one large piece of dessert that’s sitting on a delicious chocolate sauce. I’m not even a big bread pudding fan, and I could appreciate how good it was.
The Alps (near Norway)
Switzerland is one of my favorite places in the entire world. We’ve been twice now and are always looking for a reason to go back. If I was basing my decision to go back to Switzerland on the food served at The Alps booth, pretty sure I’d book a trip elsewhere. This was easily our least favorite out of all of the booths overall.
- Warm Raclette Swiss Cheese with baby potatoes, cornichons, and baguette
- Warm Raclette Swiss Cheese with alpine ham, baby potatoes, cornichons, and baguette
- Blueberry and Almond Frangipane Tart with creme fraiche and almonds
One of the reasons that The Alps was a big miss for us was likely because it was ridiculously hot the day we visited. When you’re actually in The Alps, it’s likely not 100 degrees and 100% (or feels like it) humidity. You’re likely up in The Alps and looking for some good comfort food.
Partially melted cheese on a hot Florida day just doesn’t go well together. Both dishes were okay flavor wise, but they were just heavy, hot, and nothing we wanted to finish. Maybe skip The Alps until the later part of the Food and Wine Festival, like November. Maybe.
The blueberry and almond tart was just lacking in flavor unless you ate one of the few blueberries and then it was almost too much tart flavor. It was also really dry and could’ve really benefitted from some type of sweet cream on top.
My husband had to go back to take care of the baby before we made it to China, so this is one of the few booths that we just skipped altogether.
This is one of the booths that the menu has changed almost every single year, they apparently. justhaven’t perfected it yet.
- Pan-fried chicken dumplings with house-made sweet and spicy sauce
- ZiRan Beef Bao Bun: Grilled Beef with Cumin
- Crispy-Fried Pepper Shrimp with spicy sichaun noodles
India – Opening October 1st
Okay, another booth we skipped altogether. No desserts here and none of these dishes sounded that good to me as someone who doesn’t like curry. If we’d had a bit more time, I know my husband really wanted to try madras red curry and korma chicken. Maybe next time.
- Warm Indian Bread with pickled garlic, mango salsa, and coriander pesto dips (VK)
- Madras Red Curry with roasted cauliflower, baby carrots, chickpeas, and basmati rice (VG)
- Korma Chicken with cucumber tomato salad, almonds, cashews, and warm naan bread
The refreshment outpost is only offering one item this year and not offering their delicious Lion King Panna Cotta (one of my favorites from previous years). I’ll likely skip this plant-based menu, but you can totally try it if that’s your thing!
- Spicy Githeri with White Beans, Pigeon Peas, Ben’s Original™ Quinoa & Ancient Grains Medley and Kachumbari Slaw
Look how pretty the panna cotta was – wish they’d bring this back!
Kenya – Opening October 1st
Kenya seems to have replaced the previous Africa booth, but the menu is the same. I’ve heard good things about the beef tenderloin but haven’t tried it.
- Kenyan Coffee Barbecue Beef Tenderloin with sweet potato and corn mealie pap and kachumbari slaw
- Piri Piri Skewered Shrimp with citrus-scented couscous
Our shrimp skewer sat for a while and ended up being overcooked and dry. The couscous also had good flavor but was dry – not nearly as good as this homemade orange-scented couscous I make all the time! This again may have just been first day execution issues, so I highly recommend trying the shrimp if you’re a shrimp fan.
You’re welcome to read this entire thing but after trying two of the three dishes in Germany, I’d say this is one country you can skip altogether unless you’re going for the free cheesecake. There’s much better food elsewhere.
- Schinkennudeln – Pasta gratin with ham, onions, and cheese (KC)
- Roast Bratwurst in a pretzel roll (K)
- Apple Strudel with vanilla sauce
I mentioned it already but you can probably just skip this entire country. As my friend Leanette put it, the Schinkennudeln just tasted kind of like macaroni and cheese and not the good kind.
We didn’t try the roast bratwurst but how amazing can a bratwurst be? I mean it’s in a pretzel roll but you could totally get the pretzels and cheese soup in Canada and skip this.
I don’t really like hot apples but thought I’d try the apple studel anyway. It was a dessert, and I was trying all of the desserts. Just not good at all – even with the vanilla sauce on top.
My friend Sarah confirmed she was disappointed as well and she likes hot apples – so it’s not just me.
Spain (between Germany and Italy)
I’m a bit biased because Spain is one of my favorite countries in the world after spending a summer studying abroad there but the rest of the girls I was with loved the food here as well! And food in a cone is always fun.
The menu hasn’t changed for Spain in the past few years, which says a lot about the quality of the food!
- Charcuterie in a Cone with Spanish meats, cheeses, and olives with an herb vinaigrette (F)
- Spanish-style paella with botifarra and roasted chicken
- Seafood Salad with shrimp, bay scallops, mussels, olive oil, white balsamic vinaigrette, and smoked paprika
The charcuterie in a cone was probably my favorite savory dish I tried all day and not just because it brought me back to walking around El Mercado in Barcelona. The flavors of everything inside the cone was delicious. Our cone came with manchego cheese, prosciutto, another type of harder salami type meat, and olives. This was my kind of snack and a great representation of Spanish food markets.
We didn’t try the paella or seafood salad but if the execution is as good as the cone, I’d say they’re probably worth trying – especially since paella is like the dish of Spain!
Does it get any better than Italian food? I mean as long as it’s done right, Italian food is comfort food at its best. They’ve totally changed the Italian menu since I was there last, and I can’t wait to try it!
- Mezzelune Croccanti – Crispy Half-Moon Breaded Mozzarella Filled Ravioli with Pomodoro Sauce
- Ravioli – Grilled chicken ravioli with alfredo sauce, romano cheese, and prezzemolo
- Bomboloni – cream-filled Italian doughnut with raspberry sauce and powdered sugar
All of the dishes at Italy in the past were delicious, so I’m guessing we’ll have some winners again! I still wish they’d kept around the chocolate hazelnut cake!
During every festival it seems like they offer some special funnel cake at the funnel cake stand. This one looks amazing and if it’s anything like the previous ones, yes please!
- Mini candied bacon s’mores funnel cake with vanilla ice cream
Guys, it’s a mini funnel cake. At first I thought it was going to come out shaped like Minnie Mouse, but it’s literally just a small version of a funnel cake. I normally don’t get funnel cakes because they’re so big but if I could get a small funnel cake all the time, I’d be all in.
Tip: Forget the picture and eat this one quickly. You don’t want the funnel cake to get cold/hard – you want it hot and fresh!
This is a picture of the previous ones for reference.
Hops & Barley (The American Adventure)
This place always seems to have decent food during festivals, which is good because it seems like the America section of Epcot is sorely lacking when it comes to food!
- New England Lobster Roll – Warm lobster with fresh herb mayonnaise and griddled roll
- Hot beef sandwich with horseradish cream and pickled vegetables
- Freshly Baked Carrot Cake with cream cheese icing (VKF)
I skipped the savory dishes here and went straight for the sweets. And that carrot cake is totally worth going for – it’s soft, filled with sweet surprises (yellow raisins maybe??) inside and the cream cheese icing is the perfect addition. One of my favorite desserts and highly recommended!
I feel like the Japan menu changes every year, other than that teriyaki chicken bun that sticks around. I’m sad they got rid of the frothy ramen (but mostly because it made for a great picture!). I am excited t otry out the tempura shrimp though!
- Teriyaki Chicken Bun – Steamed bun filled with chicken, vegetables, and a sweet teriyaki sauce (K)
- Tempura Shrimp Sando – crunchy shrimp served with yuzu crab, green onions, and eel sauce served on a bun
- Spicy Hako Sushi – spicy tuna and salmon served box-style with red tempura crunch and volcano sauce!
I mean, just look at that ramen!
Belgium (near Morocco) – Opening October 1st
I really really wanted to try the smoked gouda mashed potatoes but when I showed up they were totally out of the beer-braised beef and they wouldn’t sell me just the smoked gouda mashed potatoes. Next time for sure.
- Beer-Braised Beef with smoked gouda mashed potatoes
- Belgian Waffle with warm chocolate ganache and whipped cream
- Belgian Waffle with berry compote and whipped cream
I’m not sure if they’ll do this for just anyone, but I really wanted to try both the chocolate ganache and the berry compote with my waffle so instead of buying both, I asked if it’d be possible to do chocolate on one side and the berry compote on the other. They ended up doing chocolate and whipped cream on the waffle with the berry compote on the side (that’s why the picture looks like it does). It doesn’t hurt to ask if you want to try both sauces!
I’ll be honest – the chocolate ganache was not memorable at all. I was hoping it would be more chocolate, not just like drizzled chocolate sauce. And the berry compote was okay, but the berry sangria topping on the mini funnel cake was better. If you want some sort of sweet dessert topped with berries and cream, go for the funnel cake. This was just so-so.
Brazil – opening october 1st
So funny story. I was walking around with a bunch of other women checking out all of the Epcot Food and Wine Festival food. Mostly me buying and trying a bunch of the food while the other girls just hung out and took pictures with me. I stood in line and ordered two orders of the Brazilian cheese bread (to finish off my cheese challenge) and when I got out of line, two of the other girls had already bought their own cheese breads. And each one comes with two little cheese breads. No one really bought much else on our tasting around the world but everyone ended up buying cheese bread.
Needless to say, we ended up with way too much! It was good but not THAT good.
- Moqueca Brazilian Seafood Stew featuring scallops, shrimp, and white fish with coconut lime sauce and steamed rice
- Crispy Pork Belly with black beans, tomatoes, and onions
- Pao de Queijo – Brazilian cheese bread
We only tried the Brazilian cheese bread here and it was melt in your mouth good. But filling and it comes with two breads for one order, so you can definitely share with a friend.
One other cool fact – it’s gluten free so perfect for anyone who wants something that tastes like bread without having gluten.
French food isn’t my favorite, but I am super excited about the crepes restaurant that opened up as well as all of the other Epcot changes coming!
- Beignet aux Trois Fromages – warm beignet filled with 3 cheeses
- Croissant aux Escargots – Escargot croissant with garlic and parsley
- Coq au Vin, Pommes Dophine – chicken braised in burgundy wine with bacon and puffed potatoes
- Creme Brulee Au Grand Marnier – vanilla creme brulee with grand marnier liqueur
The menu has almost completely changed since I visited last but if the creme brulee is anything like the one they had before, I’m all in.
Ireland (near UK) – Opening October 1st
We were running low on time when we got to Ireland so just grabbed the warm chocolate pudding and didn’t try any of the savory dishes. After having the pudding totally wished we’d tried the other dishes too!
- Fisherman’s Seawood Pie
- Roasted Irish Sausage with Colcannon Potatoes and Onion Gravy
- Warm Chocolate Pudding with Irish Cream Liqueur custard (VF)
Can we talk about how when you read “warm chocolate pudding,” you think pudding? Or is that just me.
This isn’t warm chocolate pudding in any sense of the imagination. This is a fantastically delicious (that’s a term right??) warm chocolate cake topped with a complementary cream. And the inside is ooey gooey and warm like a perfect lava cake. It almost makes me think they forgot to add a word in the description because nothing about that description says cake or heaven. But it’s pretty much amazing.
Tip: Eat it warm, it’s so much better when the inside is ooey gooey.
We never made it to Canada, but I have heard some amazing reviews of the filet mignon – so if you like beef, I recommend that just based on the reviews.
- Canadian Cheddar and Bacon Soup served with a pretzel roll
- “Le Cellier” Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon with truffle butter sauce (G)
Appleseed Orchard (near Le Cellier Steakhouse)
Even if you don’t want to try anything on their menu, go check out the Appleseed Orchard. It’s super cute inside and makes me want to use some of their ideas for my next apple party ideas.
In the past the Appleseed Orchard has had some delicious food, so I’m really excited to try these new ones out!
- Apple Crumble Tart
- Apple Chips
- Frozen Apple Pie drink
- Cinnamon Apple Cider
The Appleseed Orchard is split into two sections – the Orchard Wine Bar and Orchard Cider Bar. We just tried the frozen apple pie drink at the cider bar.
The frozen apple pie drink is not only yummy, it’s beautiful! Great colors and super refreshing!
Something that is worth the splurge (assuming they’re available) are the cute plastic Food and Wine Festival plates shown in the photo below. And I can’t tell you how much I needed that as I walking around trying to eat all the things.
Get them at stores throughout the park and throughout the festival. They’re great for carrying around a snack and a drink!
This is a new kiosk since I visited last and the menu looks amazing! Greece is one of my favorite places in the world, so I can’t wait to try out this menu!
- Grilled Cheese with Pistachios and Honey
- Lamb Moussaka
New Epcot Food & Wine Festival Kiosks for 2021
There are seven brand new global marketplaces this year and they look amazing! I wish they were all going to be open when I go in August!
Brew Wing at the Epcot Experience (NEW)
This is a brand new global marketplace and looks like a great kid-friendly option full of wings and pizzas! I’m hoping they are as good as they sound! Here’s the full menu – all the wings come with celery and ranch dressing!
- Garlic-parmesan wings
- Barbecue wings
- Traditional buffalo wings
- Teriyaki-sesame wings
- Mango-habanero wings
- Cheese flatbread
- Pepperoni flatbread
I’ll make sure to try at least a few of the wing variations and one of the flatbreads while I’m visiting!
Lobster Landing (NEW) – Opening October 1st
This is a brand new kiosk this year and is all about New England lobster! I won’t get the chance to try it but if you like lobster, this may be your new favorite place!
- New England Lobster Tail with lobster bisque sauce
- Lobster chowder with bacon, corn, potatoes, and oyster crackers
- Baked lobster dip with Old Bay chips
Mac and Eats (NEW) – Opening October 1st
This is another brand new kiosk that I’m guessing will be a popular one! I’m thinking that I may need to make a trip back to Food and Wine to try some of these out in November!
- Traditional macaroni and cheese with herbed panko
- Truffle macaroni and cheese with herbed panko
- Cowboy macaroni and cheese with smoked pork belly, brisket burnt ends, pickled peppers, and onion straws
- Macaroni and cheese with plant-based house-made Italian sauce and peppers
The Noodle Exchange (NEW)
This is another brand new kiosk, and I’m pretty excited about it! If you couldn’t tell from my teriyaki chicken stir fry, Instant Pot fettuccine Alfredo, and homemade noodles – I like noodles! And these are all of the Far East variety!
- Traditional Spicy Vietnamese Beef Pho with Shaved Beef, Enoki Mushrooms, and Thai Basil (gluten/wheat-friendly)
- Char Siu Pork Udon with Enoki Mushrooms, Bok Choy, and Soy Pickled Egg
- Shrimp and Coconut Curry Rice Noodles with Shiitake Mushrooms and Thai Basil (gluten/wheat-friendly)
- Tofu Pho with Enoki Mushrooms and Thai Basil (gluten/wheat-friendly, plant-based item)
Rotunda Bistro (NEW – American Adventure Pavilion)
This brand new kiosk is all about American seafood and produce and looks amazing!
- Chilled smoked shrimp salad
- Wild mushroom and truffle tart with gruyere and creme fraiche
- Chilled crab and avocado parfait with caviar
The Swanky Saucy Swine (NEW – near Disney Traders)
This kiosk is full of what they’re calling tantalizing pork dishes, time will tell whether that’s true or not!
- Crispy barbecue pork rinds with pimento cheese
- Roasted porchetta with pork-fat roasted rosemary potatoes and lemon parsley salsa verde
- Soy-glazed Sticky Ribs with Green Onions and Peanuts
- Crispy Pig Ear Salad with Fire Roasted Tomatillo Sauce, Pickled Red Onions, Queso Fresco, Roasted Corn Salsa and Avocado Cream
Tangierine Cafe (NEW)
This new global marketplace will transport you to Morocco with all sorts of Moroccan cuisine! This might be the new kiosk I am the most excited to try out of all!
- Fried falafel pita and tahini sauce
- Grilled Kebabs with Couscous, Tomato-Onion Salad and Garlic Aïoli (lemon-garlic chicken, moroccan spiced lamb, and harissa-marinated beef tenderloin tips)
- Stone-baked Moroccan bread with hummus, Zaalouk and Zhoug Dips
- Pistachio Cake with Cinnamon Pastry Cream and Candied Walnuts
- Fresh orange juice and fresh blood orange juice
Printable Food Guide to the Epcot Food & Wine Festival
I’ll create a printable food guide that has our top 10 both savory and sweet items once I’ve visit the festival this year. There are also a few blanks where you can write in some of your own favorites if there are other things that sound good you want to try that we didn’t. It’ll look something like the one below!
If you use my guide or read this post to get ready for the festival, I’d love to hear about it! Tag me on social media at @playpartyplan – I love to feature my readers!
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