Disney World Epcot Food & Wine 2016 Gluten Free Food Rankings!
Please read the note at the bottom. *
Returning Items I’ve tried:
1. “Le Cellier” wild mushroom beef filet mignon with truffle butter sauce – Canada
2. Grilled beef skewer with chimichurri sauce and boniato purée – Patagonia
3. Escondidinho de Carne “Little Hidden One”: Layered Meat Pie with Mash Yucca – Brazil
4. Warm chocolate pudding with Irish Cream Liqueur Custard – Ireland
5. Berbere-style beef tenderloin tips with onions, jalapeños, tomato, and pap – Africa
6. Grilled sweet and spicy bush berry shrimp with pineapple, peppers, onions, and snap peas – Australia
7. Roasted Verlasso salmon with quinoa salad and arugula chimichurri – Patagonia
8. Liquid Nitro Chocolate Almond Truffle with Warm Whiskey Caramel – Chocolate Studio (Last year was at Chew Lab)
9. Pao de Queijo – Brazilian cheese bread – Brazil
10. Pineapple Dole Whip Soft-Serve Ice Cream – Refreshment Port
11. Crispy Pork Belly with Black Beans, and Tomato – Brazil
New for 2016 that I might try:
1. Duck Confit with Creamy Polenta and Fire-roasted Salsa – Greenhouse Guru hosted by Village Farms
2. Heirloom Tomato Salad with Goat Cheese, Aged Balsamic Vinegar, and Micro-Basil – Greenhouse Guru hosted by Village Farms
3. Mojo Pork with Black Beans, Cilantro Rice, and Pickled Red Onions – Islands of the Caribbean
4. Chilled Tomato Gazpacho with Lump Crab Meat – Greenhouse Guru hosted by Village Farms
5. Peanut Butter and White Chocolate Mousse with a Caramel Drizzle – The Chew Collective
New or old, but haven’t tried & not planning to try:
1. Grilled lamb chop with mint pesto and potato crunchies – Australia (old)
2. Pickled Beet Salad with Herbed Goat Cheese, Minus 8 Vinaigrette and Toasted Walnuts – Farm Fresh (new)
3. Red Wine Chocolate Truffle – Chocolate Studio (new)
4. Creme Brulee Caramel Chocolat: Caramel and Chocolate Creme Brulee topped with Caramelized Sugar – France (new)
5. Mini San Marzano Tomatoes – Greenhouse Guru hosted by Village Farms
*Note: Menus are subject to change, as is any information regarding ingredients, cross-contamination, and other special dietary needs ingredients. Always consult with the Disney culinary team for more information before consuming. Use caution when consuming any food from marketplace booths, as there is an increased risk of cross-contamination. Marketplace booths do not adhere to Disney’s traditional special dietary needs accommodations, particularly for allergies and/or celiac disease.
Both that note as well as the list of which foods are gluten free this year were sourced at a wonderful resource for gluten free eating at WDW in general and at Food & Wine. Please visit her website!
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