EPCOT Festival of the Holidays—2020 Shanghai Holiday Kitchen Menu in China

by | Oct 23, 2020 | EPCOT, Walt Disney World Food, Walt Disney World News, WDW Blog

Festival of the Holidays China booth menu, food photos, and food and drink reviews.

The Shanghai Holiday Kitchen presents Chinese food and fusion dishes like you’ve never tasted before. Disney recently released 2020 menu details, but we found out the prices, took photos, and will honestly review the food.

Here is the 2020 China booth menu:


2020 China Booth Menu

Last year, the Chengdu Street Fries was easily the big hit at the China booth. They aren’t coming back, but if you think you know Chinese food, just give these new holiday flavors a try. Here’s the latest on what they are serving up at the Shanghai Holiday Kitchen.

The 2020 China Booth Menu is here:

Food:

  • Red-stewed Beef Rice Bowl (New); $9.50
  • Curry Chicken Rice Bowl (New); $8.00
  • House-made Crab and Cheese Wontons; $6.00

Drinks:

  • “Panda” Bubble Tea; $7.50
    • Classic Milk Tea with Black and White Bobas (non-alcoholic)
  • Tsigntao Lager; 6 oz. $4.75, 12 oz $8.25
  • Jasmine Draft Beer; 6 oz $5.00, 12 oz $8.50
  • Dragonfly; $13.00
    • Jose Cuervo Tequila Gold, Vodka, Mango Syrup, and Orange Juice
  • Marco Boba; $12.50
    • Amaretto, Iced Coffee, Milk, and Boba
  • The Lucky Mo; $12.50
    • Peach Schnapps, Peach Syrup, Orange Juice, and Piña Colada Mix

2020 China Booth Photos

Check back for photos from the Shanghai Holiday Kitchen booth at the 2020 Festival of the Holidays at EPCOT. Until then, check out our favorites from 2019:

  • ✸Chengdu Street Fries; $5.50 (not returning for 2020)
2019 Epcot Festival of the Holidays Shanghai China Chengdu Spicy Street Fries DPB

Chengdu Spicy Street Fries. Photo courtesy Disney Parks Blog

More photos of the 2020 Epcot Festival of the Holidays food coming soon!

China Booth Reviews

Stay tuned! We have more Chinese dishes to eat in 2020. Until then, here are a few crowd-sourced opinions on the 2019 Shanghai booth from Disney fans like you:

 

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These fries had to be the most-photographed item from the Shanghai Holiday Kitchen in 2019!

 

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The Mongolian Beef Bao Bun is often paired with the Lucky Mo here!

 

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Further evidence that the Chengu Street Fries were the breakout hit in 2019!

Check back for more reviews, food photos, and menu details for the 2020 Shanghai Holiday Kitchen.

2020 EPCOT Festival of the Holidays

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