2021 Tangierine Café: Flavors of the Medina Booth Menu at EPCOT Food & Wine Festival

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

The 2021 Tangierine Café: Flavors of the Medina booth menu at EPCOT Food and Wine Festival is one of the most extensive of the festival, with a nice balance of food and beverages.

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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Morocco is such a beautiful place to get lost in. Photo by Cliff Wang

The Tangierine Café: Flavors of the Medina booth at the Morocco Pavilion is a new food booth in name, but repeat festival goers will recognize it as the Morocco booth of previous years. 

2021 Tangierine Café Booth Menu

Tangierine Cafe has spicy and fresh flavors. Courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

From Disney: “Treat your senses to traditional Moroccan cuisine, like grilled kebabs and a falafel pita.”

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Morocco-Pistachio Cake. Courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

🍽️ ORDER UP: There’s so much to try on the menu. If you go with friends, order one of everything so you can try it all.

Food

  • Fried Falafel Pita; $5.25
    • 🌱 Plant-based
    • with Tahini Sauce
  • Grilled Kebabs with Couscous, Tomato-Onion Salad, and Garlic Aïoli; $5.75
    • Lemon-Garlic Chicken
    • Moroccan Spiced Lamb
    • Harissa-marinated Beef Tenderloin Tips
  • Stone-baked Moroccan Bread; $5
    • with Hummus, Zaalouk, and Zhoug Dips
  • Pistachio Cake; $4.75
    • with Cinnamon Pastry Cream and Candied Walnuts

Beverages

  • Fresh Orange Juice (non-alcoholic); $4.75
  • Fresh Blood Orange Juice (non-alcoholic); $5.25
  • 3 Daughters Brewing Fig Hard Cider; $5 (6 oz.)/$9 (12 oz.)
    • St. Petersburg, FL
  • Bold Rock Ginger Turmeric Hard Cider; $5 (6 oz.)/$9 (12 oz.)
    • Nellysford, VA
  • Woodchuck Cinnamon Nutmeg Hard Cider; $5 (6 oz.)/$9 (12 oz.)
    • Middlebury, VT
  • Fig Cocktail; $11
    • with White-Cranberry Juice and Fig Vodka
  • Cider Flight; $9.75
  • Corkcicle Classic Tumbler; $32

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Tangierine Café Photos and Reviews

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

Fried Falafel Pita Review

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Fried Falafel Pita at Tangierine Cafe. Photo by Timothy Moore

  • Fried Falafel Pita; $5.25
    • 🌱 Plant-based
    • with Tahini Sauce

Editorial Director, Rain Blanken: “The inside of the falafel is soft and seasoned well. It’s a big portion, so definitely shareable if you’re trying to save room for tasting at other booths. Plenty of lettuce, tomato, and onion here. My only wish was for more sauce… the pita is a bit dry, so more tahini sauce would go a long way.”

Grilled Kebabs Review

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Chicken Kebab at Tangierine Cafe. Photo by Rain Blanken

  • Grilled Kebabs with Couscous, Tomato-Onion Salad, and Garlic Aïoli; $5.75
    • Lemon-Garlic Chicken
    • Moroccan Spiced Lamb
    • Harissa-marinated Beef Tenderloin Tips

Editorial Director, Rain Blanken: “We opted for the chicken kebab, and while it was a hearty plate with the tomato-onion salad and couscous, the chicken didn’t have the smoky flavor we would expect from a grilled kebab. If you’re a chicken fan, I suggest browsing the many selections at Brew Wing for your fix instead.”

Stone-Baked Moroccan Bread Review

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Stone-Baked Moroccan Bread at Tangierine Cafe. Photo by Rain Blanken

  • Stone-baked Moroccan Bread; $5
    • with Hummus, Zaalouk, and Zhoug Dips

Editorial Director, Rain Blanken: “Fan of the bread service at Sanaa? This isn’t quite the elaborate presentation and portion, but it is a slight taste of that experience.”

Managing Editor, Timothy Moore: “This bread is slowly baked, so you might have to hang around a little longer to get your helping. But it’s well worth the wait: The bread is fluffy and light, and you get three flavorful sauces to try it with. The zhoug (green) sauce is the best, but you also can’t go wrong with the hummus. The zaalouk (red) reminded me of a red enchilada sauce from a spicy Mexican dish.”

Pistachio Cake Review

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Pistachio Cake at Tagierine Cafe. Photo by Rain Blanken

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Pistachio Cake at Tagierine Cafe. Photo by Rain Blanken

  • Pistachio Cake; $4.75
    • with Cinnamon Pastry Cream and Candied Walnuts

Editorial Director, Rain Blanken: “The walnuts in the middle are where its at, giving this mildly-flavored cake a bit of crispy crunch. The most flavor is found in the decorative white chocolate slab on top.”

Fig Cocktail Review

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Fig Cocktail in Corksickle tumbler at Tangierine Cafe. Photo by Rain Blanken

  • Fig Cocktail; $11
    • with White-Cranberry Juice and Fig Vodka

Managing Editor, Timothy Moore: “This is easily one of the most refreshing cocktails you can get at Food & Wine. When you’re wined out and bloated from beer flights, take it easy with this sweet and fresh drink. It actually tastes like a fig (or Fig Newton, if that’s more your jam). Just don’t eat the herb topper (anise); take my word for it.”

Corkcicle Classic Tumbler

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  • Corkcicle Classic Tumbler; $32

Make sure you check back for more reviews, food photos, and menu details for the 2021 Food & Wine Tangierine Café: Flavors of the Medina 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).