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A Review of the La Isla Fresca booth at Epcot

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A Review of the La Isla Fresca booth at Epcot
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Experience a taste of the Caribbean from EPCOT’s La Isla Fresca booth at the Flower and Garden Festival.

Flower and Garden Festival

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This festival runs now until July 4th. There is still plenty of time to sample food from the many outdoor kitchens, take in the beautiful flower displays, and admire all of the themed topiary displays throughout the park.

Our full guide for the festival can be found right HERE.

Garden Graze

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We have brought you many reviews from the festival and our opinions of the menu items available at the outdoor kitchens. In my (Maggie) opinion, the food is one of the best parts about EPCOT’s festivals!

If you have been following along, we have had reviews of the menu items available for the Garden Graze. So far, we have seen reviews of the following items:

We are rounding out the menu with a review for the final item on the Garden Graze menu, which is the Coconut Tres Leches from La Isla Fresca.

La Isla Fresca

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This booth can be found between Morocco and France. Disney describes the booth as: Nibble on Caribbean-seasoned dishes that’ll send appetites swaying to the island beat!

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Food

  • Arepas topped with Melted Queso Fresco
  • Arepa topped with Shrimp, Crushed Avocado Ají and Tomato Sauce
  • Arepa topped with Chorizo
  • Coconut Tres Leches: Vanilla Cake soaked in Oat Milk, Almond Milk and Coconut Milk with Toasted Coconut (plant-based)

Beverages

  • Tropical Breeze: Lemonade, Grapefruit and Simple Syrup (non-alcoholic)
  • Islamorada Beer Company Coconut Key Lime Ale, Islamorada, FL
  • Florida Orange Groves Winery Tropical Perception White Sangria, St. Petersburg, FL
  • Tropical Breeze with Don Q Límon Rum

Arepas are food made from ground maize dough coming from South America. The majority of the food items include arepas and come with various toppings like cheese, vegetables and shrimp. All of the items here have a Caribbean edge to them, and this kitchen is easily one of the more popular booths of the festival.

Coconut Tres Leches

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I (Maggie) had a goal to finish the Garden Graze menu so this item was one thing to check off my list. The Coconut Tres Leches is vanilla cake soaked in three milks (“tres leches”), Oak Milk, Almond Milk and Coconut Milk.

Even though I am not a fan of coconut, I had to give it a try. The vanilla cake was definitely light and fluffy. It was not dry and had plenty of flavor, but the three milks did not make it seem like a bunch of milks all together either. The cake was very simple and made for an enjoyable treat. The coconut flavor was not overwhelming at all.

If you have finished all of these items, be sure to stop by the Pineapple Promenade Kitchen to pick up your prize! Check back for another post regarding the bonus you receive once complete.

Have you visited La Isla Fresca food booth? Have you tried any of the items from this booth? Tell us about it in the comments below or on our Facebook page.

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