Here’s your first peek at the food from the brand new Belgium, South Korea, and Charcuterie and Cheese Booths at the 2010 Epcot Food and Wine Festival!
The Belgium booth has waffles, mussels with garlic and cream, and some great drinks available. Here’s the full Belgium Booth Menu and Photos Page with the full menu, pricing, and more photos.
more pics after the jump…
South Korea Booth
The South Korea Booth has some delicious options! Here’s the full South Korea Booth Menu and Photos Page with the full menu, pricing, and more. Hubby’s headed back for more short ribs ASAP. The wine — very fruity and strong — was delicious.
Charcuterie and Cheese Booth
I was excited to try the fondue here, but my potatoes were cold…very strange!! Still, the cheese itself was delicious — very wine-y! The Beef, Duck, and Ham were quite good; my favorite was the ham. Check out our full Charcuterie and Cheese Page for the menu, pricing, and more photos!
To see menus and photos from ALL of the 2010 World Showcase booths, check out our Epcot Food and Wine Festival Booths Page — just click on the link for each country you’d like to see.
These treats all look delicious…but $10 for a caramel apple?! Seems a bit steep to me.
What’d you think of the mussels?
They were great! The sauce is amazing.
Just me … and I know I’m not there yet … but I perfer hard cheese I can eat with my fingers to fondue with sad, wrinkled potatoes. Bring back a real cheese plate! 🙂
They’ve still got the cheese plate at the Ireland booth at least!! I think I would have loved this fondue if the potatoes were a bit warmer.
Thanks for the great pics.
I am very much looking forward to the Mussels with cream sauce…. and WAS looking forward to the fondue BUT it really doesnt look all that appealing.
Did the festival start a few days ahead of plans or am I just remembering the dates wrong?
Great pictures! We weren’t planning on trying the mussels with garlic and cream, but I think your picture just changed our minds 🙂 THANKS!
Matt Hochberg says
Pardon my ignorance, but I was under the impressed Belgian Waffles were about as Belgian as French Fries are French. Or am I mistaken?
AJ, you sure do like your cheese!
I was really hoping that you would get the Belgium waffle because I wanted to see it. Any idea what type of berries the Berry Compote is made of?
I also had the fondue at the Charcuterie, and my potatoes were cold too!! I was disappointed, but it was still almost absurdly delicious.
Visited F&W yesterday and had the Belgium waffles, they were d-lish, tender and warm (unexpected) with a tasty berry compote. Also had the Godiva Chocolate Iced Coffee which was good but pricey for the teeny tiny serving.
ewwww some of that looks nasty
Matt > well Belgian Waffles are only Belgian when outside of Belgium, in Belgium we have two main type of waffles : Brussels ones and ‘Liege’ ones, what you call Belgian are in fact Brussels Waffles for us 🙂
The ‘Liege’ waffle has are a lot more sugarish and stick to everything they touch 🙂