The 2020 Epcot International Festival of the Arts is officially HERE! And, you know what that means…
Lots of food, merchandise, and (of course) ART! We’re reporting LIVE from the parks today to check out all of the treats and eats around the festival. While we’ve already reviewed L’Art du Cuisine Francaise, Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company, and The Masterpiece Kitchen, it’s time to check out the food over at Mosaic Canteen! Are ya ready? I sure know we are!
While everything on the menu this year is returning, we still thought we’d share all the delicious eats and drinks with ya.
The Spiced Beef with pine nuts and dried cherries, hummus and pita chips is back. This is a nice light option that has an interesting twist in terms of flavor thanks to the pine nuts and dried cherries.
We also think this is a good little snack for those trying to stay on the healthier side when visiting the festival for $9 or a Disney Dining Plan snack credit. It can be hard…desserts are EVERYWHERE!!
Another delicious item is the Mediterranean Flatbread with Zaatar, olive oil artichoke, olives, mozzarella, and feta cheese.
This is a wonderful choice for those with a vegetarian diet. The ingredients are really fresh and light, which we enjoy for the $9 or DDP price tag!
Another item on the menu is the Chebbakia. These are hand-twisted strips of fried dough coated with honey, rosewater, and sesame seeds. These are sticky sweet little crunchy babies of goodness for only $6 or a Disney Dining Plan credit.
This booth also serves up a Casa Beer for $4.50, Kabash Prestige White Wine for $6, and Embrace the Arak with Massaya Arak, grapefruit juice, and grenadine for $9.
Overall, we think this is a great spot to hit up if you’re looking for a more savory snack with rich and interesting flavors. There is a wide variety of options and the eats aren’t too filling, so you can keep making your way around the festival without a stuffed belly.
Luckily, the festival runs from today, January 17th – February 24th, so we have plenty of time to eat these things over and over again.
And, follow us as we report live from the park today, so you can see all of the food, merchandise, and entertainment. 🙂
What’s your favorite booth at the Festival of the Arts? Let us know in the comments below!