How to do the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival without going broke
The annual Epcot International Food and Wine Festival is underway. Here are some of the food items to try
from the International Marketplace kiosks, including something from South Korea amusingly called Kimchi Dog, which is not what you think it is. Neither is the haggis. Plus, I'll take you on a complete lap of the World Showcase in 25 seconds.
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the best way to experience the Food and Wine festival is by staying at a Disney on sight property for two weeks with the free Disney Dining Plan as we did last year! We had 14 snack credits each,(one per day) and since we aren't great ones for snacking during a theme park day we cashed them all at the Epcot kiosks over two or three days. We were able to eat our way around the world without counting the pennies and it was fantastic.
You can try eating before going. The food costs at EPCOT is ridiculous for food that is typical of the country and not extraordinary. Just get what you did not try before. This eliminates 90% of the items. Of course, the point is to eat there, but you have to pay to play.
I am not sure what Anon is eating, but all the food that I have had at the Food and Wine Festival has been good except the lettuce cups from South Korea (not sure why it didn't work).
@Anthony: You list does not dispel my point. The food is NOT EXTRAORDINARY. It doesn't mean it isn't good.
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