We’re back with another look at what’s new in EPCOT!
As the EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival continues, construction slowly drags on. Recently, DVC members received some exciting information about Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, too! But what else is new in EPCOT? Come with us and take a look at the newest updates we found this week!
EPCOT Food Updates
There was a surprise reopening at Nine Dragons over in the China Pavilion this week! This table-service restaurant features Chinese dishes such as Honey Sesame Chicken, Kowloon Spare Ribs, Salt and Pepper Shrimp, and more! The food was pretty spicy here.
The Green Tea Ice Cream was $4.25.
While the food here isn’t our favorite in EPCOT, it’s a great place to try some Chinese food, and it’s less expensive than other table-service restaurants around the Disney Parks.
EPCOT Merchandise Update
While we wait for the new Creations shop, we can still browse around Mouse Gear in EPCOT. We spotted a new Food and Wine Festival Annual Passholder hoodie for $54.99!
The hoodie has some nice purple embroidery that reads “Passholder.”
The back of this lightweight hoodie features pops of color both inside the hood and on the sides!
We’ll keep an eye out for more new merchandise, so stick around for updates!
The wait times were pretty much on par with what we’ve been seeing lately, and you can get an idea of the crowd level here!
Living with the Land was pretty much a walk-on; the sign read 5 minutes for the standby wait time.
Keep in mind that masks are once again required on attractions in Disney World, so make sure you bring some extra masks if you’re traveling to Walt Disney World soon!
Click here to see how Disney World Passholders will get an EARLY preview of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure!
That’s it for our day in EPCOT! We’re always keeping our eyes out for more updates so be sure to stay tuned to DFB for more!