Epcot Food & Wine Festival! (Part Two)

Hey friends! I recently took a trip down to Disney World in anticipation for not the rides, but the food! The Epcot Food and Wine festival showcases some of the best food from different countries across the world every year. This was the second time I’ve gorged myself until I literally couldn’t eat anymore, and it was amazing. Here is Part Two of my F&W Festival adventures!

South Korea

After spending a huge amount of time in the China gift shop, I faced the humidity to get a refreshing pork lettuce wrap. It definitely worth it. I just wish I had ten more…

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Pork Lettuce Wrap with Kimchi Slaw


Shrimp has always been a favorite of mine, and this grilled shrimp was a combination of both sweet and spicy. It’s good when opposing flavors actually taste decent.

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Sweet & Spicy Shrimp


I ate this exact same thing last year, but it was even better because the portion size seemed to be bigger. For me that’s a always a plus with food. (Also, smoked salmon is the best. Also, potatoes!)

Mini Potato Pancake with Smoked Salmon

New Zealand

Ok, I am aware that this looks less than appetizing. In my defense, this was the first time I’ve ever had venison and it actually tasted very good. (Even though it looks like I chewed it up and spit it out).

Seared venison loin with Mushroom Marsala Sauce
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Lamb Meatball (also from New Zealand!)

Chew Lab

This year, Epcot added 2 brand new booths which are the first to be in the Future World part of the park. It was definitely the fanciest food there (as seen with the actual plastic plate). Ooo, so fancy…

Olive Oil Poached Salmon with Corn, Bacon and Pepper Jam


3 Comments Add yours

  1. Moritz says:

    What a lovely post. What’s better than food from all over the world? 😉

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    1. I would go to every country to try their food if I could 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

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      1. Moritz says:

        Who wouldn’t? There’s nothing better than trying food all over the world!


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