If there’s one thing we love to write about, it’s food. And even though the Epcot International Festival of the Arts is more about art and less about food, let’s be honest. The food is still a pretty big deal for us. We love seeing all of the new Festival of the Arts foods each year as they always get better! With Disney Festival of the Arts Foods almost too pretty to eat-emphasis on almost- the food at this festival still knows how to contend with the best of them.
International Festival of the Arts Foods We Love
The festival has come a long way since its inaugural year and is a lot more crowded, but we were happy to see that everything is still as beautiful and bright as we remember. Every dish at the International Festival of the Arts is a work of art in itself. That being said, the food has to be more than just a pretty plate. So we ate our way around the world showcase-you’re welcome-to find not only the prettiest dishes but also the most delicious ones. Check out the Festival of the Arts Menus for all the foods we had to pick from!
The Artist’s Table | Beef Wellington
Another classic meal, this Beef Wellington at Disney was perfect. With flaky pastry and veggies. Perfectly tender. A great little meal all in itself. This dish includes a Mushroom Duxelle, Prosciutto and Puff Pastry with Red Wine Demi-Glace and Baby Vegetables. Yum!
L’Art De La Cuisine Française | Moelleux aux Noisettes et Chocolats Valrhona
Do you love chocolate? Is that even a real question? If you love decadent, rich, chocolate, then this dessert is for you. Moelleux aux Noisettes et Chocolats Valrhona is a Molten Chocolate and Hazelnut Cake with Pure Origin Valrhona Chocolates. Beautifully soft, chocolate cake on the outside and rich, warm Pure Origin Valrhona chocolate on the inside, that just flows out of the center of the cake when you cut it. It’s basically like a lava cake, but better. By far one of the Best Foods at the EPCOT Festival of the Arts.
The Painted Panda | General Tso’s Chicken Shumai
If you love your food to have a little bit of a kick, then you’ll love the spicy chicken shumai from The Painted Panda in China. This was one of our favorite Festival of the Arts foods this year! It’s full of flavor and we love that the spicy sauce is so well complimented by the coolness of the cucumber.
Disney Festival of the Arts Foods
So there you have it! Our top picks for the International Festival of the Arts! Have you been to the festival? We’ll be adding more of our favorites as we discover them! Let us know your favorite Festival of the Arts Foods!