REVIEW: Berry Patch – Food & Wine Festival 2019 at Disney California Adventure

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It’s that magical time of year once again when the Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival returns. Berry Patch may look familiar, but it’s technically a new booth this year. It’s a variation of the menu from last year’s Strawberry Patch booth.

Berry Patch

Berry Patch DCA Food and Wine Festival 2019

Berry Patch DCA Food and Wine Festival 2019

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Strawberry & Coconut Rice “Frushi” with Sweet Oikos Yogurt Wasabi Sauce – $5.50

This was a great, not-too-sweet dessert dish, with a fun presentation. The flavor reminds us of the Rice Cream at Epcot’s Norway pavilion, but we’d still take that over this at $4.50.

Fresh California Berry Pie – $5.75

berry patch food and wine festival disney california adventur

berry patch food and wine festival disney california adventur

berry patch food and wine festival disney california adventur

berry patch food and wine festival disney california adventur

berry patch food and wine festival disney california adventur

This pie is great! It tastes like fresh berries and happiness. The crust is a little difficult to cut through, though. We’d definitely get this again.

Strawberry Float with Vanilla Ice Cream, Whipped Cream and Crunchy Cereal Garnish (non-alcoholic) – $6.50

berry patch food and wine festival disney california adventur

berry patch food and wine festival disney california adventur

berry patch food and wine festival disney california adventur

The float tastes like generic fruit juice. It would’ve been better as an alcoholic drink, to be honest. The cereal topping is great and helps add texture. The juice tastes much better with the scoops of ice cream. Overall, we wouldn’t really get this again.

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Ciara Trexler

Ciara is a copywriter and coffee enthusiast. She's been an Annual Passholder of Disneyland for over 18 years and previously worked as a Cast Member. When she's not writing or visiting the Resort, she can be found traveling, knitting, or cuddling up with her cat.