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Greece Review: 2016 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

Greece Review: 2016 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

If you’re craving some delicious Mediterranean fare, head no further to Greece at the 2016 Epcot Food and Wine Festival.

Booth:

One of the coolest structures of any Food and Wine Kiosk, looks and feels like you are on the Greek Isle of Santorini!

Greece Review: 2016 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

Menu:

Greece Review: 2016 Epcot Food and Wine Festival

Food:

  • Vegan Loaded Greek “Nachos”: Pita Chips, Meatless Sausage Crumbles, and Vegan Tzatziki – $4.50, Vegetarian, DDP Snack Eligible
  • Oikos Greek Yogurt Vanilla Cake Soaked in Ouzo with Yogurt Whipped Cream and Pistachios – $3.50, Vegetarian, DDP Snack Eligible
  • Spanakopita – $4.25, Vegetarian, DDP Snack Eligible
  • Chicken Gyro with Tzatziki Sauce featuring Oikos® Greek Yogurt – $4.50, DDP Snack Eligible

Beverages:

  • Domaine Skouras Moscofilero – $4.50
  • Domaine Sigalas Assyrtiko – $4.50
  • Alpha Estate Axia Syrah Xinomavro – $4.50

Menu review:

 

If you like Greek Food you should really like this marketplace.  The Loaded Greek “Nachos” is a very clever item.  It’s a giant portion of meatless sausage, chips and veggies.  A great snack to share with someone as it really is giant.  My sister loved these things and wants to get them again.

The Chicken Gyro with Tzatziki Sauce was just ok.  I thought the chicken didn’t have a ton of flavor and the portion wasn’t that big either.  I’m the least impressed with this item.

I was impressed however with the Spanakopita.  This is a really rich greek pie, stuffed with spinach, onions, mushrooms and herbs, all enfolded in a flaky phyllo dough.  This was a winner.  The crust and the inside were great, and this little guy is packed with flavor!

For dessert there’s a  Oikos Greek Yogurt Vanilla Cake Soaked in Ouzo with Yogurt Whipped Cream and Pistachiosmmmm say no more!

 

Booth Summary and Grade:

While not my favorite kiosk, I think Greece does have some nice items to offer and shouldn’t be overlooked.  For vegetarians or vegans the Loaded Greek Nachos are probably the #1 option at Food and Wine.  The Spanakopita is a great choice as well.

If you have to get just one thing:  Loaded Greek “Nachos”

Grade: 7.5

Take a look at all of my 2016 Epcot Food and Wine articles.  I have the Top 15 Things You Must Try this year at Food and Wine, and also a complete Index of the Food and Wine Menus and other Helpful Info. I want you to be able to have the best info on the Festival so you don’t waste your time and you have the best time possible!

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