The 2021 Deconstructed Dish booth at the Showcase Plaza is quite unique as classic dishes are deconstructed to resemble finer cuisine.
It definitely puts a a fun spin on what many consider favorite eats. Disney recently released 2021 menu details, but we also have the prices, photos, and honest reviews of the food!
- Be sure to also check out our quick one-page list of all the Festival of the Arts booth menus!
2021 Deconstructed Dish Booth Menu
- Deconstructed Reuben; $6.75
- Rye Popover, Corned Beef, Gryuère Panna Cotta, and Brined Brussels Sprouts with Broken Thousand Island Dressing
- Deconstructed BLT; $7.00
- Crispy Pork Belly, Soft-poached Egg, Brioche, Watercress Espuma, and Tomato Jam
- Deconstructed Strawberry Cheesecake; $6.25
- Whipped New York-style Cheesecake with Fresh Florida Strawberries and Sugar Cookies
- Rainboba; $8.00
- Fruit Bursting Boba with Sparkling Water (non-alcoholic)
- Deconstructed Breakfast (non-alcoholic); $4.50
- Twinings of London® Chai Tea Shake with Maple Syrup garnished with a Waffle Crisp and Candied Bacon (non-alcoholic)
- Deconstructed Breakfast; $11.00
- Twinings of London® Chai Tea Shake with Cream Bourbon garnished with a Waffle Crisp and Candied Bacon
The Deconstructed Dish Booth Reviews
We’ll have a complete review of The Deconstructed Dish booth up soon.
Make sure you check back for more reviews, food photos, and menu details for the 2021 Festival of the Arts Deconstructed Dish booth.
2021 EPCOT Festival Of The Arts
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- 2021 Epcot Festival of the Arts Booth Menus
- Your Complete Guide: 2021 Epcot International Festival of the Arts
If you’re looking for something different to try at this year’s festival, the Deconstructed Dish might be up your alley.
A deconstructed, BLT, Reuben, and cheesecake can’t really taste that different than the originals, right? Only one way to find out!
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