It’s (already) that time of year — the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival is back!
So, how will the China booth stack up?! Let’s take a look!
Like many of the booths for 2020, the menu at China is a little pared down from last year. We were sad to see the Black Pepper Shrimp not on the menu this year, which was our top recommended food item from China last year! We were also sad to bid adieu to the Kung Fu Punch, one of our top beverage selections in last year’s Best of the Fest!
So…what WAS left over for us to try if our two faves from last year were gone!?
We picked up the Mongolian Beef Bao Bun on our trip to the China Booth! This bite-sized delight costs $6.75. We would happily order this again! The beef was very flavorful…no complaints here!
The Chicken Dumplings also made a return this year to the Food and Wine Festival. They cost $4.95.
Happily fed: check! Next up was to see what drinks we could choose from at this year’s festival.
There are three beverage options available at the China Booth. There’s Jasmine Draft Beer, available as a 6 ounce pour for $5, or a 12oz pour for $8.50. Happy Peach, a returning Food and Wine staple at the China Booth, costs $11.50.
There’s also the “Byejoe Punch,” which in the past is listed as “BaiJoe Punch,” coming from the Baijiu spirit that’s used a a base for this beverage. This drink costs $11.
While some of our top faves are gone for this year, we would definitely stop by the China Booth again for the Mongolian Beef Bao Bun! We are hopeful that the full menus will return at a future Food and Wine Festival.
Which of the menu items from the China booth are you the most excited to try? Let us know in the comments!