Cover Photo : Epcot Food & Wine Menu Boards with Prices and Food Photos for 2018
The Light Lab is located in Future World on the west side of the park (the "Land" and "Soarin" side but closer to the center, kind of, behind Starbucks).
At Flavors from Fire, three items return from 2017 and we pick up a new item, the "Charred Chimichurri Skirt Steak".
Active Eats — The salmon gets a slight modification from 2018, last year it had
Chimichurri, this year it's "spiced" — and the Avocado Crema item has
been replaced with "Energy Bar Bites".
The food at Coastal Eats is the same as it was in 2017.
In 2017, this had been "The Chew" booth. This year (2018) it's called "Earth Eats" and there's two mini-burgers (sliders), one features a blended beef burger and the other slider is plant-based.
Basically the same as 2017, the "Raspberry Torte" is now a
"Raspberry Tart" and the"Raspberry Dust" that had been sprinkled on top
of the Whipped Cream has been removed.
At the Cheese Studio — we've lost a salad from 2017 and picked up a "Maple Bourbon Cheesecake" for 2018.
At the Wine and Dine Studio, we've picked up the "Butternut Squash Ravioli" from a different booth last year, and the "trio of cheeses" have changed slightly.
The Hawai'i booth is featuring the same food items as they did in 2017.
There are two items here at the Almond Orchard that are new to the festival. The Creamy Spinach and Artichoke Dip with Pulled Chicken and the Fire-roasted Tomato Hummus are both new for 2018.
The menu items at Australia are more or less identical to 2017.
It's all about the Poutine in 2018.
Same as 2017, except the "Seared Venison Loin" is now a "Seared Venison Sausage".
At the Canada booth — we lost a fish dish for 2018. Goodby fish dish. (We'll probably see a Salmon or Trout return for the Holidays or Flower and Garden. Isn't it funny how we don't see "verlasso salmon" — like, anywhere this year? Hummmm.)
The Ireland menu remains the same from 2017.
At France, we've lost a Warm Goat Cheese Pudding. The less you know about how warm goats make cheese pudding, the better I suppose.
At the Brazil booth, we loose 2017's "Layered Meat Pie with Yucca", and picked up a "Seafood Stew".
The food items at Belgium are the same as 2017.
The food items are the same as 2017.
Technically, all the items at the Japan booth are new for 2018.
At Hops and Barley, we get a modification from 2017 ... the "Beef Brisket and Pimento Cheese on
Garlic Toast" has been replaced with a "Beef Brisket Slider with
Horseradish Cream". (Which — as it turns out — is more or less the same thing.)
Italy is featuring three new items (but they're just kind of Variations on a theme from last year). The dessert cannoli is the same as 2017.
At the Spain booth, we loose one item here from the 2017 menu — the "Sweet Olive Oil Cake
with Powdered Sugar and Lemon Curd" is gone. The other food items are
The Germany booth food menu is the same as 2017.
All beer, no food.
In 2017, there were three food items at the Africa booth, this year there are two. We've lost the Spinach and Paneer Cheese Pockets.
We loose one food item here from the 2017 menu, the "Pistachio Cardamom Bundt Cake" has gone missing.
There's four items on the China booth menu board for 2018! The "Xi’an Pancake with Beef" and "Chicken Dumplings with Chinese Slaw" are new this year!
Technically, all three of the items on the 2018 menu board are new! They
may only be slight modifications from items that we've seen before, but
still they provide some variation from what was being offered in 2017.
The food items are the same as 2017.
While the food items are the same as 2017, the booth is in a totally new location!
The Islands of the Caribbean booth features two new items for 2018... a "Ropa Vieja Empanada with Tomato Aioli" and a "Jerk-spiced Chicken Lollipop with Roasted Sweet Plantain Salad with Mango Chutney Yogurt".
The all NEW Taste Track booth features topped Croissant Doughnuts!
There are three "food booths" inside festival center this year! The Shimmering Sips Mimosa Bar has been a very popular destination.
The Craft Draft Beer "booth" is right next door to the Mimosa Bar. Craft Beer had it's own building for a couple of years, and now it's in Festival Center.
The Festival Center Wine Shop has sold wines by the glass for several years now, but not too many people knew about it. This seems to be a stepped up effort to highlight some of the festival wines (which are also for sale by the bottle). A cheese plate, charcuterie plate, and a seafood cocktail are also available.