Top 10 Foods at Epcot Food and Wine Festival

Top 10 Foods at Epcot Food and Wine Festival

The Epcot Food and Wine Festival at Walt Disney World is one of our favorite events of the entire year. We love trying the all-new foods, playing Remy’s Hide and Squeak game, and ogling the new merchandise! Here’s what we’re looking forward to.

Our Favorite Foods at the Food and Wine Festival

It seems like every year Epcot is adding more and more booths. And some we know will have amazing food year after year, even when the menus change! Check out the Food and Wine Menus for this year. While there are always savory, and sweet options, and plenty of drinks, we can usually find the best foods at the Food and Wine Festival. Here are our Top 10 Foods at the EPCOT Food and Wine Festival. 

Chocolate Picante from Flavors of Fire

A little spicy, little sweet, dark chocolate lovers will enjoy this decadent treat with a bit of kick to it.

Loaded Mac N Cheese from Active Eats

Something about the mixture of the bacon, cheddar cheese and green onions made this dish simply fantastic.

Cauliflower Risotto

Cauliflower Risotto from The Almond Orchard 

We love dressing up veggies! And this actually ended up being one of our favorite dishes from the whole trip! If you love Parmesan Cheese, the balance of the Parmesan and Balsamic Vinegar on this dish is divine.

Warm Indian Bread from India

We love spicy food. We love garlic. And we love naan. That’s basically what this is. And its delicious.

Madras Red Curry from India

Sticking with the spicy theme, we loved this curry. That being said, if you don’t like curry, you probably won’t like this because, well….its curry.

Pistachio Cardamom Bundt Cake with Chocolate Coconut Mousse from India

Ok, ok, we know what you’re thinking, more from India? Seriously though, we liked everything we had from India and we actually had it all! This cake was soft, moist, and just the right amount of sweet. It may look a little weird since it’s green, but hey, at least it makes for fun pictures!

Hummus Fries7.

Spicy Hummus Fries from Morocco

These were actually probably one of our favorites from the entire festival, and we’re so grateful they keep having them year after year! If you like Falafel, then you’ll like these. Plus a little pico de gallo type topping, with a spicy sauce and it’s exquisite.

Beer-Braised Beef with Smoked Gouda Mashed Potatoes from Belgium

Tell us something has Gouda and we’re there. The mashed potatoes were delicious and the beef was plastic fork tender. If you’re a meat and potatoes kind of girl or guy, we highly recommend it.

Twinings Pumpkin Chai Tea and Caramel Shake from Ireland

Another favorite year after year! If you love Pumpkin and you love Chai, then you won’t be disappointed with this. I personally could do without the little smashed-up vanilla cookies on the top, but it’s light, refreshing and it comes in both non-alcoholic and alcoholic. We love having choices.

La Passion Martini Slush

La Passion Martini Slush from France

How can you go to the Food and Wine Festival and not try at least one pretty drink? The Martini Slush is light and the fact that its frozen helps a little when you consider the 105-degree heat indexes we were experiencing while we were there. 


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