2021 Mexico Booth Menu at EPCOT Food & Wine Festival

by | Jul 8, 2021 | EPCOT, WDW Blog, WDW Food, WDW News

The 2021 Mexico booth menu at EPCOT Food and Wine Festival delivers crowd-pleasers like tacos and tostadas as well as frosty margaritas.

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.

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Photo by Tina Chiu

The Mexico booth at the Mexico Pavilion is a returning outdoor kitchen, like many others at the festival. 

2021 Mexico Booth Menu

What to Expect: There is always some kind of taco, tostada, and a varied dessert as the three menu items here. Most guests are queueing up for the margaritas: the Mango Smoky Margarita is a fan-favorite from past fests.

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Photo by Tina Chiu

From Disney: “Take your taste buds south of the border as you enjoy chilaquiles, tacos, Mexican craft beer, and margaritas.”

🍽️ ORDER UP: It doesn’t have to be Tuesday for you to sidle up to the Mexico booth and take down a few ribeye tacos with an El Tigre Margarita.

Food:

  • Chilaquiles con Chorizo (New!); $7 
    • Crispy Corn Tortillas tossed in Salsa Verde and Monterey Jack Cheese topped with Crema Mexicana, Queso Cotija, Pickled Onions, and Ground Chorizo
  • Taco de Ribeye (New!); $7 
    • Shaved Ribeye, Red Onions, and Poblano Peppers on a Corn Tortilla with Ranchera Salsa, Cotija Cheese, and Chives
  • Capirotada de Chocolate; $5.50
    • Abuelita Chocolate Bread Pudding served with a Chocolate Crème Anglaise

Drinks:

  • Mexican Craft Beer; $5 (6 oz.)/$9.50 (12 oz.)
    • Tulum Artisanal Lager crafted with Citrus notes and made with Mexican Caribbean Seawater
  • El Tigre Margarita (New!); $11.50
    • Ojo de Tigre Mezcal with Pomegranate, Prickly Pear, Pineapple, and Ginger Juices served on the rocks with a Hibiscus Salt Rim
  • La Clásica Reyes Margarita (New!); $11
    • Centinela Blanco Tequila, Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur, Abasolo Corn Whiskey, Lime Juice, and Agave Nectar served on the rocks with a Chile Piquín Salt Rim
  • White Passion Fruit Sangria (New!); $10
    • White Wine, Chinola Passion Fruit Liqueur, and a hint of Ilegal Mezcal

WDW Magazine Best of EPCOT Food and Wine Festival guide

Mexico Booth Photos and Reviews

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

Chilaquiles con Chorizo Review

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Chilaquiles con Chorizo. Photo by Tatjana Lazar

  • Chilaquiles con Chorizo (New!); $7 
    • Crispy Corn Tortillas tossed in Salsa Verde and Monterey Jack Cheese topped with Crema Mexicana, Queso Cotija, Pickled Onions, and Ground Chorizo

WDW Magazine Reporter, Tina Chiu:I loved the flavors of the sauce mixed with the flavors of the corn tortillas. It was also a good portion for the price.”

WDW Magazine Communications Director, Tatjana Lazar:The texture reminded me of noodle kugel, but with a more savory flavor, and it just did not sit well with my tongue.”

Taco de Ribeye Review

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Taco de Ribeye. Photo by Tatjana Lazar

  • Taco de Ribeye (New!); $7 
    • Shaved Ribeye, Red Onions, and Poblano Peppers on a Corn Tortilla with Ranchera Salsa, Cotija Cheese, and Chives

WDW Magazine Communications Director, Tatjana Lazar: “The taco itself seemed a bit crumbly and fell apart when I picked it up. The meat itself was okay, but nothing I’d go back again for. This one is a skip for me.”

Capirotada de Chocolate Review

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Capirotada de Chocolate. Photo by Tatjana Lazar

  • Capirotada de Chocolate; $5.50
    • Abuelita Chocolate Bread Pudding served with a Chocolate Crème Anglaise

WDW Magazine Communications Director, Tatjana Lazar:Quite good! I’d never had this type of bread pudding before, but the texture was nice and moist with a deliciously thick chocolate sauce on top. The portion was also large enough to share.”

WDW Magazine Reporter, Tina Chiu:Another one that was big enough to share. I loved the chocolate creme anglaise and found the bread pudding to be light and fluffy.”

El Tigre Margarita Review

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Left to right: White Passion Fruit Sangria, El Tigre Margarita, and La Clasica Reyes Maragarita. Photo by Tina Chiu

  • El Tigre Margarita (New!); $11.50
    • Ojo de Tigre Mezcal with Pomegranate, Prickly Pear, Pineapple, and Ginger Juices served on the rocks with a Hibiscus Salt Rim

WDW Magazine Communications Director, Tatjana Lazar: “Very nice! A little more sweet and less sour than your traditional margarita.”

La Clasica Reyes Margarita Review

  • La Clásica Reyes Margarita (New!); $11
    • Centinela Blanco Tequila, Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur, Abasolo Corn Whiskey, Lime Juice, and Agave Nectar served on the rocks with a Chile Piquín Salt Rim

WDW Magazine Communications Director, Tatjana Lazar: “More like your typical lime margarita – I didn’t really taste the spice in this one! Which is fine cause I’m not a huge fan of spice. It was pretty average as far as margaritas are concerned. Good, but nothing to write home about.”

White Passion Fruise Sangria Review

  • White Passion Fruit Sangria (New!); $10
    • White Wine, Chinola Passion Fruit Liqueur, and a hint of Ilegal Mezcal

WDW Magazine Communications Director, Tatjana Lazar: “I’m a HUGE margarita fan, but actually LOVED this sangria even more than the margaritas.”

WDW Magazine Reporter, Tina Chiu: “This sangria was perfect for the hot afternoon sun. It was refreshing, fruity and very easy to drink.”

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 Mexico 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 Kyle Johnson

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Kyle Johnson is a writer, enthusiast of all things weird, and has an unnatural obsession with Halloween. We’re talking animatronics staying up all year round and watching The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad on a whim in April. He has a cool wiener dog, Rumours, and an even cooler wife, Trinity.
Kyle Johnson

Written by Kyle Johnson

Kyle Johnson is a writer, enthusiast of all things weird, and has an unnatural obsession with Halloween. We’re talking animatronics staying up all year round and watching The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad on a whim in April. He has a cool wiener dog, Rumours, and an even cooler wife, Trinity.