While this Outdoor Kitchen is serving up its anticipated Szechuan Spicy Red-braised Beef Shank over Rice, “Panda” Bubble Tea, and more, guests visiting the booth may also notice — if you peek at the side of the booth opposite of the ordering registers — a Cotton Candy artist creating Chinese Cotton Candy!
This is similar to the 2019 Epcot Festival of the Arts when the Pavilion’s Food Studio booth, The Painted Panda, served Sugar Paintings by guest Candy Artisan Wenbo Zhang. Note that, as a non-regular menu item, this may not be an offering on your specific visit.
But you’ll want to keep an eye out, because the results are beautiful! The 5-Layered Spring Fantasy Cotton Candy is an especially fitting choice for the Festival’s focus on all things in bloom.
While there is no flavor variety in the layers that we could detect (it’s just that classic cotton candy sugar taste), this HUGE piece is gorgeous and definitely share-worthy!
Even if Cotton Candy isn’t your preferred treat, definitely stop by the Lotus House to see if you can catch the creation of any of the Cotton Candy pieces, because the process is so much fun to watch!
Be sure to check out all of the items at the 2019 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival by visiting our Food Booth page here!
Will you be stopping by the Lotus House during the Flower and Garden Festival? Please let us know with a comment!