Photos of Menu Items from Pop Eats! at the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts
Sous Vide Chicken Roulade with Apples and Sage served with Warm Brie Fondue, Blueberry and Beet Gel and garnished with Beet Chip Crumbles – $6.75
This was probably the best piece of chicken we had at the festival. It was perfectly cooked (as you would expect from a sous vide dish), with a nice grill to finish off the outside.
But the real star of this dish was honestly the trio of sauces, which were amazing. They complemented the chicken perfectly and made this one of our favorite dishes of the festival.
Shrimp Ceviche with Lime Mint Foam- $6.00
For the price we paid, we got a lot of shrimp for the money, which was surprising. Unfortunately, it didn’t taste great. Ceviche typically has a much more pungent citrus flavor with lime and lemon juice. This really didn’t have any lime or lemon flavor at all.
The lime mint foam was more of a very bland sauce, if you can call it that. There was a slight overload on peppers, with no citrus to cut the intensity of the pepper. Sadly, the quality didn’t match the quantity.
Almond Frangipane Cake layered with Raspberry Jam and Belgian Chocolate – $4.50
This dessert is brilliant in its simplicity. The chocolate icing, exquisitely moist cake, and raspberry jam mix for one of the best festival treats I have ever had. I know it probably sounds dumb to enjoy a fairly regular cake item at an event with rarer dining delicacies, but it was just made so perfectly. Plus it’ll look great on your Instagram #ArtfulEpcot.
Pop’t Art: Modern-designed Sugar Cookie with Strawberry Filling – $4.50
It’s a pop-tart and cookie hybrid, this year with a strawberry filling. You may remember 2017’s version had a hazelnut filling and we felt it was a sugar rush. Well, this isn’t much of a change. Again, you can get some really cool pictures and every piece is unique, but it’s not unique enough to warrant a purchase especially at the price tag.
Blue Sky Black Cherry Boba Freeze – $4.50
This tastes like frozen Florida tap water. It is horrendous. Avoid at all costs.
I’ve never had a sparkling beer before, so I applaud its presence. I do wish it tasted good, though. It was pretty thick, almost gelatinous. It’s pretty offputting.
Popping Bubbles Cocktail – $10.00
Whoever thought boba should be included in champagne should be shunned, because it just doesn’t work. It’s a fun drink, but you quickly learn that it’s difficult to A) sip and enjoy before being left with random boba, or if you B) get a straw and learn the hard way that champagne can’t be sipped through a straw without it bubbling everywhere. It’s a fun cocktail and the passion-fruit boba works well with the champagne. They’re using a FairyTale Celebration Cuvée, which is also enticing in itself.
*NEW* Tomato Soup Can Bloody Mary – $14.00
This fun and beautifully presented drink was fantastic. Bloody Marys are hard to review because they are extremely subjective. Some people might think it’s extra spicy and not mild enough, or too mild. That being said, our group of taste testers all agreed this is a delicious Bloody Mary.
You won’t get big flashy garnishes on this, but it’s tasty and well presented in a great Pop Eats!-themed clear can. It’s a good beverage and a neat souvenir all in one.
Location of Pop Eats! at the EPCOT International Festival of the Arts
Pop Eats! is located at World Showcase Plaza past the Disney Traders shop as you head towards Mexico. You can find it at number 4 on the map below.
Pop Eats! always has creative offerings, which of these was your favorite? Leave us a comment below!