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What to Eat at Epcot’s 2017 Flower & Garden Festival

Here are six sweet and savory bites to try at Epcot's annual festival.

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The annual Epcot Flower & Garden Festival – happening daily from March 1 to May 29 – features 15 “outdoor kitchens,” with The Berry Basket and Northern Bloom being new additions in 2017.

These menus will bring you around the world to sample dishes from different cultures. With so many to try, you may need a little help deciding which are the best things to eat.

Check out some of our favorites below. If you want to see the full menu, it’s right here.

Warm Wild Berry Buckle with Pepperberry Sorbet Disney Epcot 2017 International Flower & Garden Festival

Warm Wild Berry Buckle with Pepperberry Sorbet

This sweet dish is served at The Berry Basket, located near the Mexico pavilion. Stephen Chownwai

New for 2017, the cold pepperberry sorbet is paired with a warm vanilla cake topped with a mix of berries and oatmeal streusel crumbles. Disney has provided a recipe if you are feeling adventurous and want to try recreating this dish.
Price: $4.25

Lamb Chop Epcot 2017 International Flower & Garden Festival

Lamb Chop with Quinoa Salad and Blackberry Gastrique

Served at The Berry Basket, located in Mexico. Stephen Chownwai

This tender lamb chop – served on the bone – rests on a bed of quinoa, topped with a black berry jam.
Price: $7.25

Currywurst with Paprika Chips Epcot 2017 International Flower & Garden Festival

Currywurst with Paprika Chips

Can be found at Bauernmarkt: Farmer’s Market in Germany. Stephen Chownwai

Roasted bratwurst smothered in curry ketchup, this dish was served with a side of paprika chips. The pair was even better when you ate them simultaneously.
Price: $5.25

Beef Brisket Burnt Ends Hash Epcot 2017 International Flower & Garden Festival

Beef Brisket Burnt Ends Hash

This dish can be found at The Smokehouse: Barbecue and Brews, located in The American Adventure. Stephen Chownwai

Beef Brisket Burnt Ends Hash – the name alone might make you drool. The dish features pickled jalapeños on top of a white cheddar fondue, served with smoked brisket and hash. The lines can be long (and tables scarce) at this kitchen, but this dish is worth the wait.
Price: $6.25

Sugar Cane Shrimp Skewer Epcot 2017 International Flower & Garden Festival

Sugar Cane Shrimp Skewer

Located at La Isla Fresca, in the Showcase Plaza. Stephen Chownwai

Bamboo skewered shrimp on a bed of white steamed rice, topped with a sweet coconut lime sauce.
Price: $6.50

Warm Chocolate Cake Epcot 2017 International Flower & Garden Festival

Warm Chocolate Cake

Located at The Smokehouse: Barbecue and Brews, in The American Adventure. Stephen Chownwai

Bourbon-salted caramel sauce and spiced pecans made the perfect topping for this writer’s favorite dish, the Warm Chocolate Cake.
Price: $3.75

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