Photos of Menu Items for L’Chaim! Holiday Kitchen at the 2020 Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays
Pastrami on Rye with House-made Pickles and Deli Mustard – $5.00
With well-seasoned pastrami and a lovely mustard, this was one of the best sandwiches at the Festival. It came with a great pickle as well. This is highly recommended.
Smoked Salmon Potato Latkes – $5.00
The Salmon Latkes are a really great deal for the price, considering how much salmon is provided. This latke also has plenty of capers, which surprised us due it being a higher-price ingredient. The dill sour cream on top adds a nice flavor with the potato and salmon mixed in. Creamy, salty, and with a slight herby kick from the dill, this is a great latke, and a great option from the festival overall.
Our only complaints about the latkes is that we wish they were a little bit crispier, but it’s still really good.
Potato Latkes – $3.75
A salmon-less version for the vegetarians, these latkes are are delicious, even though they seem to be made out of mashed potatoes, rather than the traditional shredded potatoes.
This is the same dill sour cream that was used in the salmon latke. If you’re not a fan of dill flavoring, we recommend you pass on these.
Sufganiyot: Mini Jelly-filled Donuts – $3.50
We loved these donuts! They are small, but fresh and little bit dense. The jelly is sweet with a slight touch of tartness, but not overly sweet, which is nice.
The glaze on the donuts is also pretty sweet, but it helps balance out the tart jelly filling. We were surprised by how good these donuts were this year, when last year, we were not the biggest of fans.
Black and White Cookie – $2.50
Another cookie on the cookie stroll, this was the worst of the bunch. If you’re not seeking out the final cookie stroll prize, don’t get this.
From MarketWatch‘s Charles Passy: “…It’s a golden strong ale, a Belgian style known for its complexity. But what gives it a special Hanukkah taste, literally, is that it’s flavored with cocoa nibs — reminiscent of the chocolate in Hanukkah gelt. Even if we weren’t looking for a bottle to toast Hanukkah, we’d reach for this Hanukkah beer. It’s got a subtle chocolate-y taste that’s quite appealing, though the flavors go beyond that as well. The Shmaltz team says you should pick up notes of everything from biscuits to peaches.”
Blue Cosmo Cocktail – $10.00
This cocktail tasted like twenty packets of sugar dumped into a glass of Powerade. Skip it, for sure.
Location of L’Chaim! Holiday Kitchen at the 2020 Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays
L’Chaim! Holiday Kitchen is located on World Showcase Promenade between the Morocco and France Pavilions. L’Chaim! Holiday Kitchen is number 16 on the map below.
With this year’s Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays running from November 27th to December 30th, you’ll have plenty of time to hit the park and try this booth for yourself!