Updated: Feb 3, 2021
The highlights from this year's selection at Epcot's Food & Wine Festival!
Lump crab cake
Baked shrimp and scallop scampi dip
The crab cake comes with a creamy avocado topping that when paired with the coleslaw makes this dish light yet filling.
The bread tastes great dipped in the scampi. It's a very rich and creamy dish.
The Wine & Dine Studio
Butternut Squash Ravioli
Although this dish may sound like a weird combination, the truffled celery root puree was so flavorful and delicious. The only thing that would make this better is more brussels sprouts.
The ravioli was paired perfectly with the pumpkin seeds to add that crunch.
Duck confit poutine
This poutine stand has the best portion sizes out of all of the Food & Wine locations. The duck was a little more expensive but was well worth it.
These chicken dumplings are the perfect snack when walking around the China pavilion.
Schinkennudeln is a cheesy noodle dish baked with onions and ham. I would describe this dish as fancy macaroni and cheese. The apple strudel is also served hot and is topped with a beautiful vanilla drizzle.
Spanish style paella
This paella was a pleasant surprise with the meat to rice ratio.
Costine di maiale
I would recommend if only getting one dish from Italy, to make it the costine. These are pork ribs that are fall of the bone delicious. The ravioli is good but not a showstopper.
Hops & Barley
New England Lobster roll
Being from New England, the lobster roll is a classic favorite. For the portion size the price isn't too crazy. The carrot cake was also moist and smothered in cream cheese icing.
If you can handle spicy foods, this roll is for you. The portion is decent, it's just not cut up into bite sized pieces.
Belgian waffle with berry compote
Out of the two Belgian waffles I recommend the berry compote because it's not too sweet. The waffle was a generic toaster waffle but the compote was worth it.
Pao de queijo
Pao de queijo is a classic Brazilian cheese bread that is always a favorite at the festival. I dipped the cheese bread into the sauce that came with the Moqueca, which is a seafood stew. The stew had a decent variety of seafood.
Frozen apple pie
This dessert is hidden in the back of the Canada pavilion. It looks like a drink but I suggest eating it with a spoon so you get the crumbs, the apple slushy, and the apple pie filling all in one bite.
Salmon with Quinoa and Grains topped with avocado
The Cheese Studio
Maple Bourbon Cheesecake
The Cheese Studio has three of the most photogenic dishes in the festival. The cheesecake has a beautiful caramel drizzle and the beef is so tender it will melt in your mouth.
Bangers and Mash
This is perfect if you're craving comfort food suitable for more picky eaters.
Croissant aux Escargots
This croissant was surprisingly well filled with escargot. It was served hot and is perfectly flaky on the outside.
The Donut Box
The new Donut Box stand has a variety of yeast donuts lightly dusted with flavors of strawberry, or chocolate. I recommend getting the strawberry smoothie if you just want to try the donuts instead of getting a bag of four. The corn fritters had great texture but lacked in flavor of corn.
Spicy Hummus Fries
This dish was spicy, but the cucumber complimented that spice very well. The crispy hummus fries were delicious.
The Chocolate Studio
Nitro Chocolate Almond Truffle
Twinning Chocolate Chai Milkshake