We walked over into the France Pavilion, and what always amazes me about Epcot World Showcase is the little attentions to detail in all the different countries. For example the display of art along the wall, like it is on the Left Bank in Paris, is a nice touch.
As I said before, there is a reason why today’s entry in my Halloween in the Wilderness Trip Report is called Eat ALL The Food, because that’s pretty much what today was about at Epcot Food & Wine Festival! By now, Liam had gone off to go on some of the rides in Future World, so it was just Steve and I. We bought three items from the France Booth, and paid for them using 3 snack credits from our Deluxe Disney Dining Plan. The cocktail was paid in cash, as alcoholic drinks at the Food & Wine Festival are not included in the Dining Plan.
When it comes to the Deluxe Disney Dining Plan at the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, you can use one snack credit where the symbol is displayed. You can also use one meal credit to purchase 3 snack items in one transaction.
No mini reviews from the France Booth – not sure why we didn’t do them! The croissant with the snails got a big nose turn up from me! I tried a nibble of the corner, but just couldn’t face it! I remember, when I was a little girl, my dad made me try escargot on holiday and they made me feel ill, so NO! Steve said it pretty much just tasted like garlic bread. I remember the Grey Goose cocktail being delicious, and so will be buying a few more of those on holiday next time!
Croissant aux Escargots Escargot Croissant with Garlic and Parsley – $5.50
Boeuf Bourguignon Braised Short Ribs in Cabernet Sauvignon with Mashed Potatoes – $5.95
Crème Brûlée Vanille Chocolat Vanilla and Chocolate Crème Brûlée topped with Caramelized Sugar – $4.25
La Passion Martini Slush Grey Goose Le Citron Vodka, with Cranberry and Passion Fruit Juice – $9.95
Belgian Waffle with Berry Compote and Whipped Cream – $3.75
We paid for this in cash. No mini review for this either it would seem – sorry!
Spicy Hand Roll Tuna and Salmon with Kazan Volcano Sauce – $5.50
Teriyaki Gyoza Bun Steamed Bun filled with Chicken, Vegetables and Sweet Teriyaki Sauce – $5.50
Tempura Shrimp Roll Cut Inside out Roll, with cucumber, finished with Teriyaki Sauce – $5.95
Pineapple Fuzed Sake – $8.00
We spent some time chilling out in Japan (my favourite pavilion) and watched the Taiko Drummers perform. I think I tried to Periscope it, but the wi-fi kept dropping out! For the food and drink from the Japan Booth, we paid using a meal credit, and then cash for the booze.