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Mexico Booth Menu & Review (Epcot Food & Wine Festival)

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Mexico Booth Menu & Review (Epcot Food & Wine Festival)

There’s no denying the Mexico pavilion is a popular one – and so is the Mexico booth at the Food and Wine Festival.

Usually located along the water near La Cantina de San Angel, this booth is known for serving up everything from chilaquiles, to tacos, to Mexican craft beer.

And let’s not forget the margaritas! It wouldn’t be a stop in the Mexico pavilion without some tequila, right?

Many of the dishes are typically decent sizes here compared to what you get at the other marketplaces.

Who knows if we’ll enjoy Mexico the same amount this year, but we’ll soon have more thoughts to share about the items in 2022. Stay tuned!

Food and Wine Festival - Mexico food and drink options

Seeing as this pavilion is a fan-favorite, this booth can get busy, so plan accordingly.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Mexico booth, including reviews, photos, and our must-trys.

Important Note: The information below is from the 2021 Festival. The 2022 International Food & Wine Festival runs from July 14 through November 19. Look for updated reviews and information after it kicks off.

Overview

Location: Near the Mexico Pavilion
Nearby booths: Brew-Wing, Hawaii, The Swanky Saucy Swine
Nearby seating areas: La Cantina de San Angel (Quick Service spot in Mexico), Epcot Experience (tables inside with A/C), standing tables nearby
Not to miss: Chilaquiles con Chorizo (really good portion size), White Passion Fruit Sangria (standard sangria, but something that everyone should like), Mexican Craft Beer (a nice light beer to drink during a hot day and with good flavor)

Food and Wine Festival - Mexico booth location map

Mexico Booth Menu

Food

Our RatingMenu ItemPriceSpecial DietDisney Dining Plan Snack?
4.3/5Chilaquiles con Chorizo: Crispy Corn Tortillas tossed in Salsa Verde and Monterey Jack Cheese topped with Crema Mexicana, Queso Cotija, Pickled Onions, and Ground Chorizo (new)$7.00N/A
3.7/5Taco de Ribeye: Shaved Ribeye, Red Onions, and Poblano Peppers on a Corn Tortilla with Ranchera Salsa, Cotija Cheese, and Chives (new)$7.00N/A
3.3/5Capirotada de Chocolate: Abuelita Chocolate Bread Pudding served with a Chocolate Crème Anglaise$5.50N/A
GF = gluten friendly, PB = plant-based, KF = kid friendly

Beverages

Our RatingMenu ItemPriceMade with Alcohol?
3.8/5Mexican Craft Beer: Tulum Artisanal Lager crafted with Citrus notes and made with Mexican Caribbean Seawater$5.00 (6 oz.) / $9.50 (12 oz.)Yes
3.3/5El Tigre Margarita: Ojo de Tigre Mezcal with Pomegranate, Prickly Pear, Pineapple, and Ginger Juices served on the rocks with a Hibiscus Salt Rim (new)$11.50Yes
2.8/5La Clásica Reyes Margarita: Centinela Blanco Tequila, Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur, Abasolo Corn Whiskey, Lime Juice, and Agave Nectar served on the rocks with a Chile Piquín Salt Rim (new)$11.00Yes
3.8/5White Passion Fruit Sangria: White Wine, Chinola Passion Fruit Liqueur, and a hint of Ilegal Mezcal (new)$10.00Yes
mexico booth menu epcot international food and wine festival

Photos & Reviews

Chilaquiles con Chorizo

Crispy corn tortillas tossed in salsa verde and monterey jack cheese topped with crema Mexicana, queso cotija, pickled onions, and ground chorizo.

Chilaquiles - Mexico

Price: $7.00
Special Diets: N/A
Rating: 4.3/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Generous portion, delicious taste, nice mild kick.
Heather: Spicy and salty and very good. The spice level might be a bit for delicate mouths. Just an all-round good mix of textures and flavors.
Felicia: I didn’t expect to like this as much as I did but it’s delicious. So flavorful and the perfect mix of meat, cheese, and corn tortilla. The tortillas were not crispy as the description suggests, but I still loved it. I also dislike chili powder flavor and I didn’t get that in this dish.

Taco de Ribeye

A corn tortilla topped with shaved ribeye steak, poblano peppers, red onion, ranchera salsa, cotija cheese, and chives.

Taco de Ribeye - Mexico

Price: $7.00
Special Diets: N/A
Rating: 3.7/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Delicious combo of flavors. Tomato in the ranchera sauce really comes through.
Heather: So tasty! Little bit of spice but the flavors really work well with each other.
Felicia: This is a decent taco. The ribeye has a taco seasoned ground beef vibe and was overall fine. Not anything special, though.

Capirotada de Chocolate

Capirotada is Mexican bread pudding style dessert that is commonly consumed during Lent. This version is an abuelita chocolate bread pudding served with a chocolate crème anglaise.

Capirotada de Chocolate - Mexico

Price: $5.50
Special Diets: N/A
Rating: 3.3/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Very generously sized, warm chocolate is delicious, cinnamon (or similar spice) lingers after.
Heather: Absolutely delicious. Hints of cinnamon with a rich chocolate. I would totally get this again. And again. And probably again.
Felicia: The flavor is fine but the texture is awful. The texture reminds me of partially cooked cake batter. Probably good if you’re a fan of bread pudding.
Allyson: This is just ok. It kind of has a mushy interior texture, which isn’t my thing.

Tulum Artisanal Lager

Tulum Artisanal Lager is a Mexican craft beer with citrus notes and made with Mexican Caribbean seawater.

Tulum Lager - Mexico

Price: $5.00 (6 oz.) / $9.50 (12 oz.)
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 3.8/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Delicious light citrus beer.
Heather: Solid beer. No tricks. No flare. Just a good BEER.
Felicia: Easy drinking lager that is good for warm weather.
Allyson: Reminds me of a Dos Equis or Corona. Right up my alley. Easy to drink on a hot day.

El Tigre Margarita

A margarita made with smoky Ojo de Tigre mezcal, pomegranate, prickly pear, pineapple, and ginger juices served on the rocks with a hibiscus salt rim.

El Tigre Margarita - Mexico

Price: $11.50
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 3.3/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Delicious combo of juices makes for a very light margarita. Salt detracted from the taste so preferred without.
Heather: For a margarita it is pretty good. I wish I liked tequila because getting margaritas with friends sounds like fun.
Felicia: Smoky flavor from the mezcal which is nice. I thought this was good but a little sweet for me. Loved the mezcal.
Allyson: I’m not a tequila (or mezcal) person, so not a fan.

La Clásica Reyes Margarita

A margarita made with Centinela Blanco tequila, Ancho Reyes chile liqueur, Abasolo corn whiskey, lime juice, and agave nectar served on the rocks with a chile piquin salt rim.

Classic Margarita - Mexico

Price: $11.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 2.8/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Pretty basic margarita. Nothing special to note.
Heather: Great option if you just want a margarita. But there are better and more unique options out there. Kinda cheugy.
Felicia: Pretty basic margarita, the chili doesn’t come through. I thought it was good but not worth visiting here just for it.
Allyson: This is better than the El Tigre, but, again, as a non-tequila fan, it’s just ok.

White Passion Fruit Sangria

A light and fruity sangria made with white wine, Chinola passion fruit liqueur, and a hint of Ilegal mezcal.

Passion Fruit Sangria - Mexico

Price: $10.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 3.8/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Light, fruity flavors with mezcal make for a delicious, refreshing drink.
Heather: I love sangria, and this option is so light and fresh on my tongue. It actually goes pretty well with the bread pudding.
Felicia: Fruity sangria with a smoky flavor from the mezcal. A little sweet for me but not bad.
Allyson: Not my favorite. I also don’t like a smoky flavor (Mezcal). It’s very light though, which is good on a hot day.

Food & Wine Booth map

Check out all the booths from the 2021 Food and Wine Festival on the map below, including our favorite overall booths, favorite items at each booth, and locations for indoor seating.

We will update with the 2022 map in July.

2021 Food and Wine Festival Map with WDW Prep Favorites

Food & Wine Festival Booth links

Ready to explore more Food & Wine Festival booths? Take a look at the links below for menus and reviews from the 2021 Food & Wine Festival.

Looking for information on 2022? We will have an updated list and complete reviews in July after this year’s festival kicks off.

Food and Wine Festival data

Want to see all our 2021 reviews in 1 spot?

Clicking on the link below will allow you to copy our data into a Google Sheet that you can then use for your Food & Wine planning purposes.

WDW Prep School Food and Wine Data

Epcot Food and Wine Festival data screenshot

Read more about the Food & Wine Festival

Be sure to check out the following links to our Epcot Food and Wine Festival posts, where we provide all kinds of information, tips, and much more.

Here’s everything we put together for 2021! Stay tuned for 2022 content once this year’s festival begins.

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