2021 India Booth Menu at EPCOT Food & Wine Festival

by | Jul 9, 2021 | EPCOT, WDW Blog, WDW Food, WDW News

The 2021 India booth menu at EPCOT Food and Wine Festival delivers naan-stop foody goodness, including Warm Indian Bread and Korma Chicken.

Walt Disney World has announced the 2021 EPCOT Food and Wine Festival food booths and menus. For a quick ad-free list of all the food and drinks, keep scrolling.

The India booth near the China Pavilion is a returning food booth, like many others at the festival.

2021 India Booth Menu

From Disney: “Spice up your life with bold Indian cuisine along with beer, wine, and mango lassi beverages.”

🍽️ ORDER UP: Guest favorites include the Madras Red Curry and Taj Mahal Premium Lager.


  • Warm Indian Bread; $5
    • Served with Pickled Garlic, Mango Salsa and Coriander Pesto Dips
  • Korma Chicken; $5.25
    • 🙂 Gluten/Wheat-friendly
    • Served with Basmati Rice, Crispy Chickpeas and Spiced Yogurt Sauce
  • Madras Red Curry; $5
    • 🙂 Gluten/Wheat-friendly
    • with Roasted Cauliflower, Baby Carrots, Chickpeas, and Ben’s Original Basmati Rice


  • Mango Lassi (Non-alcoholic); $5
  • Taj Mahal Premium Lager; $5 (6 oz.)/$9 (12 oz.)
  • Sula Brut Tropicale Sparkling Wine; $7
    • Nashik
  • Sula Chenin Blanc; $5
    • Nashik
  • Mango Lassi; $11
    • with Sōmrus Chai Cream Liqueur

WDW Magazine Best of EPCOT Food and Wine Festival guide

India Booth Photos and Reviews

Press photos are one thing— honest reviews and on-site photos are better!

Warm Indian Bread Review


Warm Bread and Dips at the India Booth. Photo by Danny McBride

  • Warm Indian Bread; $5
    • Served with Pickled Garlic, Mango Salsa and Coriander Pesto Dips

Contributing Writer, Danny McBride:Are you a fan of the bread service at Sanaa or Tiffins? If so, this small sampling of dips and bread is sure to keep you satisfied until your next visit to either table-service restaurant.

“While I wish each of the three pieces of bread in this dish was a different type of bread, the bread was, in fact, served warm, quite delicious, and plain enough to let the dipping sauces speak for themselves.

Of the dipping sauces, the Coriander Pesto was my top choice—perfectly packing a punch of pesto flavor, this had more of a kick than I was expecting, making it that much better in my opinion.

Next up was the Pickled Garlic—fortunately, I’m a big fan of garlic, making this one quite enjoyable for me, but if you’re not one to tolerate a very heavy amount of garlic, you might want to skip this one.

Just because the Mango Salsa came in last place for me doesn’t mean it wasn’t a great part of the dish as well. It’s refreshing, sweet flavor was perfect for cutting down on the spice of the Coriander Pesto or toning down the Pickled Garlic. I’ll continue to order this at future festival visits, but now I really have to get back to Sanaa…”

Korma Chicken Review

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Korma Chicken at the India Booth. Photo by Danny McBride

  • Korma Chicken; $5.25
    • 🙂 Gluten/Wheat-friendly
    • Served with Basmati Rice, Crispy Chickpeas and Spiced Yogurt Sauce

Contributing Writer, Danny McBride:This dish far exceeded my expectations! While I might have only ordered it for the sake of research, it ended up being one of my favorites of any dish I had from these newly opened global marketplaces. I anticipated it to be very filling but was pleasantly surprised with how enjoyable it was—even on a hot Orlando day. This dish is gluten/wheat friendly.”

This is where we will post photos of what we were served, and our candid thoughts on this year’s selections.

Make sure you check back for more reviews, food photos, and menu details for the 2021 Food & Wine India booth.

More 2021 Food and Wine Booth Menus

  1. The Alps
  2. Appleseed Orchard
  3. Australia
  4. Belgium
  5. Brazil
  6. Brew Wing
  7. Canada
  8. China
  9. The Donut Box
  10. Earth Eats
  11. Flavors From Fire
  12. France
  13. Germany
  14. Greece
  15. Hawaii
  16. Hops and Barley
  17. India
  18. Ireland
  19. Italy
  20. Japan
  21. Kenya
  22. Lobster Landing
  23. Mac & Eats
  24. Mexico
  25. The Noodle Exchange
  26. Refreshment Outpost
  27. Refreshment Port
  28. Rotunda Bistro
  29. Shimmering Sips
  30. Spain
  31. The Swanky Saucy Swine
  32. Tangierine Cafe
  33. Funnel Cake


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Written by Timothy Moore

Written by Timothy Moore

Boom baby! Timothy Moore is excited to serve as your managing editor and resident Disney Renaissance expert. When he's not drinking around the world at EPCOT or gobbling down Mickey Waffles for breakfast, he can usually be found with his partner hiking and kayaking the great outdoors, putting off writing his novel by playing Nintendo Switch, or telling his dogs Goomba and Blooper that they're the best boys in the world ad nauseam (because they are).