2023 Menu: Moderne at EPCOT Festival of the Arts

by | Jan 13, 2023 | EPCOT, Walt Disney World, Walt Disney World Food, Walt Disney World News

Get the full 2023 Moderne booth menu at EPCOT International Festival of the Arts, plus prices, photos, reviews, and our snack-or-skip recommendations.

Walt Disney World has announced the full list of 2023 EPCOT Festival of the Arts food booths and menus. For a quick list of all the food and drinks you’ll find at the Moderne booth near Test Track, keep scrolling.

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2023 Moderne Booth Menu at Festival of the Arts

Wondering what to expect when you arrive at the Moderne booth during the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts? Well, the details are still unknown – at least until the festival opens! This brand-new booth is appearing for the first time at the festival in 2023. Based on the modern menu, you can expect to find highly creative and expressive bits and beverages here, made using innovative ingredients and preparation methods.

2023 Moderne Booth Food

  • Compressed Watermelon Tataki (NEW for 2023!) with pickled watermelon rind, yuzu pearls, watermelon foam, and wasabi(Plant-based Item)
  • Angry Crab (NEW for 2023!): Whole crispy soft-shell crab with green papaya salad, mango-sriracha fluid gel, and coconut-lime foam with pomegranate and mango crush pearls (New) 
  • Pan-seared Scallops with vanilla-butternut squash purée, brown butter cauliflower purée, and lime foam (Wonderful Walk of Colorful Cuisine Item) 
  • The Tropics (NEW for 2023!): Lilikoi mousse, guava cake, coconut crémeux, compressed pineapple, and mango gel (New)

2023 Moderne Booth Drinks

  • Watermelon Mary featuring Boyd & Blair Potato Vodka (NEW for 2023!) 
  • J. Lohr Riesling (NEW for 2023!)

Where to Find the 2023 Moderne Booth at EPCOT Festival of the Arts

The Italy booth is located right Test Track, before you enter the World Showcase. It’s where you would find the Donut Box during the 2022 EPCOT Festival of the Arts.

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Moderne Booth Photos and Reviews

Moderne Booth at EPCOT Festival of the Arts

Photo by Tatjana Lazar

Press photos are one thing – honest reviews and on-site photos are better! As the festival progresses, we’ll add photos of what we were served at the food studios and our candid thoughts on this year’s selections. Scroll down for reviews, food photos, and menu details for the 2023 Festival of the Arts Moderne booth.

Compressed Watermelon Tataki

Compressed Watermelon Tataki at Moderne

Photo by Tatjana Lazar

This plant-based watermelon dish includes pickled watermelon rind, yuzu pearls, watermelon foam, and wasabi. What did we think? Here’s a review from WDW Magazine Communications Director Tatjana Lazar: “This watermelon – as opposed to the watermelon Fruit Pizza at the Odyssey Booth – was good. It’s very fresh and very juicy. It has a salty topping and a little bit of crunch from the sesame seeds, and a hint of spiciness that gives a punch at the end. A delicious, refreshing dish!”

Angry Crab

Angry Crab at Moderne Booth

Photo by Tatjana Lazar

This seafood dish features whole crispy soft-shell crab with green papaya salad, mango-sriracha fluid gel, and coconut-lime foam with pomegranate and mango crush pearls. What did we think? Here’s a review from WDW Magazine Communications Director Tatjana Lazar: “Honestly, I’m impressed with the portion. It’s very meaty, [with] good crunch on the fried batter on the crab. Make sure that when you’re eating it, you dip your crab in the sweet sauce that’s drizzled around the outside of the plate. It is just perfection! A little tangy and sweet with the saltiness of the crab.”

Watermelon Mary

Watermelon Mary at Moderne booth

Photo by Tatjana Lazar

A spin on your typical tomato-based Bloody Mary, this cocktail features watermelon paired with potato vodka. What did we think? Here’s a review from WDW Magazine Communications Director Tatjana Lazar: “This drink is so syrupy, I can’t drink it! It’s like drinking some kind of crazy, sugary syrup. There are these popping things in there – it’s a weird texture to have with this very sweet drink.”

More 2023 Festival of the Arts Booth Menus and Reviews


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Photo by Brett Svenson

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Heather is a lifelong Disney fan who grew up at Disneyland and loves spending as much time as possible in the parks. As WDW Magazine’s Content Operations Manager, Heather is a content creator and strategist with experience at a wide variety of different outlets. She’s written for publications including Clean Eating Magazine, Fatherly, The Drive, Task and Purpose, Healthversed, Nation.com, and Car Bibles. Heather also authored the book Fidget!: 101 Ways to Boost Your Creativity and Decrease Stress.
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