Ready for some more festival food reviews? Well, you are in luck because we are trying EVERY food item at every booth at the 2021 EPCOT Food and Wine Festival!
If you’re familiar with the Food and Wine Festival, you may know that year after year Canada serves their famous Cheddar and Bacon Soup that frankly is the soup to end ALL soups at the Festival! Let’s get this Canadian party started!
While we hardly ever see major changes at Canada, the menu now has two new drinks on the menu this year!
We can’t wait any longer let’s get into it!
Starting off with the headline attraction, we have the Canadian Cheddar and Bacon Soup. This soup is served with a soft Pretzel Roll and is priced at $5.75.
The Canadian Cheddar Cheese and Bacon Soup is the stuff of legends. Whether it’s the SUPERB flavor coming from that little cup (far too little in our opinion — gives us a gallon and we’d be all set), or the warm Pretzel Roll that you must dunk into the soup for the full experience, this is always a festival favorite of ours.
Next up is another returning dish: ‘Le Cellier’ Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon. This dish is one of the pricier dishes at the festival priced at $8.75 and is served with a Truffle-Butter Sauce.
If you don’t have the time to devote to a sit-down meal at Le Cellier, this “bite-sized” option is a great substitute! Tender and flavorful, it’s definitely one of the more rich and hearty dishes you’ll find at at the festival.
This year we have two new drinks on the menu and we are excited to try both. The first up on the menu is the Château des Charmes Cabernet-Merlot Old Vines. This drink is priced at $7.00. The second drink on the menu is the Collective Arts Audio/Visual Lager. You can either get this drink as a 6 oz. pour or a 12 oz. pour and it will be priced at $5.00 and $9.00 respectively.
This beer lands on the more light and refreshing side, which is perfect if you’re visiting on a super hot day (it’s particularly steamy at the festival today so this beer is totally suited for the temperature!).
Any light beer drinker would be totally satisfied with this menu item!
Oh, Canada, year after year you remind us of why you’re a Food and Wine staple. We just can’t get enough of that Canadian Cheddar Cheese and Bacon Soup (we aren’t joking, if you need us, we’ll be sitting in Canada with our Cheddar Cheese and Bacon Soup), and we totally appreciate the little slice of Le Cellier guests can dine on, too!
Canada is a classic food booth that you should make a point to stop at during your visit to the Food and Wine Festival! Be sure to follow along for even more booth reviews!
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