The 2021 EPCOT Farmers Feast booth at the EPCOT Flower & Garden Festival features a rotating menu of seasonal options. Yes, this menu will rotate throughout the festival.
You can find EPCOT Farmers Feast in the World Showplace and if there’s something you want to try, we recommend trying any and all items immediately, since the menu will rotate.
- Be sure to also check out our quick one-page list of all Flower & Garden Festival booth menus!
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2021 EPCOT Farmers Feast Booth Menu
The photo above and below feature items from rotating menu #1.
EPCOT Farmers Feast is definitely an interesting booth thanks to its rotating menu and also one kitchen with some yummy choices. What are you going to try first?
Rotating menu #2 became available in April, and you can see what’s now available for purchase below.
Note: only the food items changed and the beverages are the same.
Food (Rotating Menu 2):
- Warm Asparagus served with Truffle Vinaigrette; $5.25
- Spring Pea Espuma, Parmesan and Fresh Truffles
- Herb-crusted Spring Lamb; $7.75
- with Marble Potatoes, Spring Vegetables and Red Wine Butter Sauce
- Strawberry Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake; $4.75
- with Crème Fraîche Whipped Cream
- [NEW] Hibiscus Lemonade Cocktail (NEW); $11.00
- [NEW] 81Bay Brewing Co. Watermelon Mint Wheat Ale; $4.50, $8.50
- from Tampa, Florida
- featuring Islamorada Brewery & Distillery Hibiscus Gin
- from Tampa, Florida
- Dasani bottled water; $3.50
EPCOT Farmers Feast Booth Reviews
Press photos are one thing, but honest reviews and on-site photos are better! Here are photos of what we were served and our candid thoughts on this year’s selections.
Stay tuned for reviews of rotating menu #2!
Spring Onion Soup Review
- [NEW] Spring Onion Soup; $4.75
- With Crispy Shallots and Micro Chive
WDW Magazine Managing Editor, Rain Blanken: “This is a lot of soup, so be sure to share with someone if you’re trying to save your appetite for more festival treats. The soup is a creamy puree that holds a not-too-strong light onion and green flavor. Be sure to stir in delicious sweet onion paste into each bite.”
Off the “Beet” en Path Review
- Off the “Beet” en Path (NEW); $5.50
- Profiteroles with Red Beet Mousse, Golden Beet Pastry Cream, Whipped Goat Cheese Cream, and Candied Walnuts
WDW Magazine Managing Editor, Rain Blanken: “Wow, what a looker. This Instagrammable plate is almost too pretty to eat. We thought of these as the healthy version of macarons. The golden beet cream on the plate was a fair bit sweeter than the red beet cream, giving me a new perspective on the various tastes of beets. Hey, it’s not EPCOT if you aren’t learning something. Incorporate the goat cheese cream and walnuts into your bites to add texture and give contrast to the mildly sweet beets.”
Make sure you check back for more reviews, food photos, and menu details for the 2021 Flower & Garden EPCOT Farmers Feast booth.
More Flower & Garden Festival Menus
Photos, Prices, and Reviews of each food booth:
Get the one-page menu list, or click on your next booth below!
- Refreshment Port
- Trowel & Trellis
- Honey Bee-Stro
- Pineapple Promenade
- Citrus Blossom
- Joffrey’s Drink Locations
Around World Showcase
- Mexico (Jardin de Fiestas)
- China (Lotus House)
- Refreshment Outpost
- Germany (Bauernmarkt: Farmer’s Market)
- Italy (Primavera Kitchen)
- American Adventure (Magnolia Terrace)
- Funnel Cake
- Japan (Hanami)
- Morocco (Taste of Marrakesh)
- La Isla Fresca
- France (Fleur de Lys)
- Canada (Northern Bloom)
In the World Showplace Building
2021 Flower & Garden Festival
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