Spain’s Global Marketplace at the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is back again! This booth has a variety of savory treats and wines, and even one dessert. This post takes a look at the booth’s menu and what you can expect from the Spain booth.
Admittedly, whenever I think of Spain’s cuisine, I recall an episode of Bizarre Foods during which Andrew Zimmern ate bull testicles. I’m well aware that there’s more to Spain’s food scene than bull testicles, and if any culture were reduced to its oddest culinary offerings, it’d be a bit weird. Nevertheless, that’s my unshakeable mental image.
Fortunately, the fine folks at Walt Disney World are working to ‘reinvent’ Spain’s cuisine with one particular, definitive offering: Charcuterie in a Cone. If my mental image here is correct, this is like the Handwich 2.0. I cannot wait…
Once we have a chance to try Spain’s offerings, we’ll update this Epcot International Food & Wine Festival menu (and every menu) with food photos, thoughts on value for money, best use of Disney Dining Plan snack credits, and more!
Here’s what you will find on the Spain marketplace booth’s food menu this year at Food & Wine Festival:
Charcuterie in a Cone – Served with a selection of imported Spanish Meats, Cheeses, and Olives with an Herb Vinaigrette.
Traditional Spanish Paella – Served with Shrimp, Mussels, Chicken, and Crispy Chorizo (gluten friendly).
Seafood Salad – Served with Shrimp, Bay Scallops and Mussels, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, White Balsamic Vinegar, and Smoked Paprika (gluten friendly).
Sweet Olive Oil Cake – Served with Powdered Sugar and Lemon Curd.
We don’t intend upon sampling all of the beverages at Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival (particularly because most are not unique to Epcot, so you can find a ton of info and reviews of them via Google), but here is the alcohol menu for Spain:
Rafael Palacios Bolo Godello, Valdeorras
Bodegas y ViÃ±edos Artazu Garnacha Rosado, Navarra
If you’ve tried any of the Spain booth snacks, what did you think? Favorites? Least favorites? What was and wasn’t worth it? Do you prefer your potato in solid or liquid form? 😉 Anything on the menu you’re excited to try this year? Hearing from you is half the fun, so please share your thoughts in the comments below!