PHOTOS, REVIEW: Spain Returns to the Taste of EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival with a New Paella and Delicious Charcuterie

The Taste of EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival has been running since the park reopened in mid-July. Unfortunately, not all the marketplaces planned for the festival opened on time, so latecomers Spain and the Alps both officially joined the festival today!

Menu for Spain Marketplace Booth at the Taste of EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival

Food:

  • Charcuterie with imported Spanish Meats, Cheeses and Olives with an Herb Vinaigrette – $6.50
  • 🆕 Spanish-style Paella with Chorizo, Shrimp, and Rice – $5.50

Beverages:

Photos of Menu Items for Spain Marketplace Booth at the Taste of EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival

Charcuterie with Imported Spanish Meats, Cheeses and Olives with an Herb Vinaigrette – $6.50

This dish is the same as last year, except it’s now served in a plastic cup instead of a cone.

We really liked this dish. Everything seems fresh. The olives are firm, the cheese is brittle, and the meats are tender.

The herb vinaigrette adds a nice coating of subtle flavors to everything without overpowering the other tastes

*NEW* Spanish-style Paella with Chorizo, Shrimp, and Rice – $5.50

Spanish-style paella is a staple at the Spain booth, the dish returned this year with a slight change in ingredients. This year added chorizo, shrimp, and rice to the mix.

The paella wasn’t as good as the charcuterie. The rice seems a little overdone and the shrimp is nothing to write home about. If anything, the chorizo is the winner of the dish, giving it a little kick. Otherwise, the paella is blander than we expected.

Location of Spain Marketplace at the Taste of EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival

The Spain Marketplace booth is located between Germany and Italy on the World Showcase Promenade.

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  1. I’m from Spain, and it’s a shame how Disney sells our thypicall food.

    Spain had more dishes than a few charcuterie from Navidul brand and a paella with ¿chorizo?

    Thypical paella had rice with a few of seafood and vegetables (and somecases beef or rabbitmeat). And also,not many spanish cityzens had to pay 5,50 for a small dish of paella. In Valencia there are many places to eat the genuine paella with a salad, drink and desert with mediterranean views for less than 15 Euro for the full menu.

    And remember, Spain had other many meals: cocidos, thypical salads, cochinillo (oven pig), escalivada (grill vegetables), seafood from Galicia shores…

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