Let’s start with the food booth that literally blows our minds away.According to WDW News Today, this vendor is called “Deconstruction Dish” and sits first in Epcot’s World Showcase (if you don’t know Eater reports that most of Epcot is made up of miniature versions of 11 countries.) And as the name suggests, “Deconstructed Cuisine” aims to “fragment classic dishes and present them in unprecedented ways.”
At this booth, for $7.00, you can order dinners in the form of deconstructed BLTs featuring pork belly, soft-boiled poached eggs, onion bread pudding, watercress espuma, and tomato jam. For sides, $6.50 gets you a deconstructed French onion soup made up of beef broth ravioli, Gruyère cream, onion bread pudding, and onion textures. For dessert, he can experience a flexible key lime curd, “key lime” mousse, graham cracker cake, and a deconstructed key lime pie made with meringue for $6.25.
Voted by Touring Plans as one of the best food booths at the International Arts Festival, this outlet features perfectly poached eggs in Deconstructed BLT and Deconstructed Onion French Soup ravioli beef broth that melds effortlessly with a serving of onion bread. I am reporting. The mixed textures of Deconstructed Meringues are “as delicious as they are beautiful”. And if the food at this booth doesn’t impress you, the upscale options at the next booth will surely impress.