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Primavera Kitchen is a Must Visit at Flower and Garden

Primavera Kitchen is a Must Visit at Flower and Garden

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If you only are going to visit one booth this festival, we have a recommendation. You will need to check out this booth that has a bunch of new food additions!

EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival

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The EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival is finally upon us! You can visit it from February 28, 2024 to May 27, 2024.  Can you believe that this year they will have almost 20 outdoor kitchens? They will also have over 60 new items for Guests to enjoy!

EPCOT’s International Flower & Garden Festival runs from Februatry 28 to May 27, 2024.

Check out the complete guide to the festival’s menus HERE. Check out our reviews from the festival for Swirled Showcase and Refreshment Outpost.

Primavera Kitchen

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Primavera Kitchen is located in Italy in the World Showcase. This booth has a bunch of new offerings this year! The menu is:

Food Items:

  • Bocconcini: Mozzarella bocconcini, grape tomatoes, and pesto sauce (New) $7.50
  • Arrabbiata: Pennette pasta, spicy tomato sauce, and buttery shrimp (New) $9.25
  • Quattro Formaggi: Pennette pasta and four-cheese sauce (New) $6.75
  • Chocolate Cannoli: Chocolate-covered cannoli shell with peanut butter-ricotta filling (New) $5.75


  • Peroni Pilsner                                                                    
  • Sauvignon Blanc 
  • Prosecco                                                                                              
  • Italian Sangria (Available in red or white)      
  • Italian Margarita with limoncello and tequila

Selected Items

Photo Credit: Heather

I (Heather) chose three items from this booth. The Arrabbiate, Quattro Formaggi and the Chocolate Cannoli. Let’s just say this booth is always one of my favorites, and it still is!

I tried the Quattro Formaggi first. This is Pennette Pasta and Four-cheese Sauce. Unfortunately, the item was served slightly warm and not hot, but overall was still a good dish. It reminded me of a store bought Alfredo sauce. However, if you aren’t an adventurous eater, this one is for you! The dish was still good, but slightly boring.

Photo Credit: Heather

Next, I had the Arrabbiata. This is Pennette Pasta, Spicy Tomato Sauce, and Buttery Shrimp. This dish in one word…YUM! Unlike the Quattro Formaggi, this dish was served piping hot! I had to put another plate under it to protect my hand.

This dish was a generous size! The shrimp was plentiful and tender. The spicy tomato sauce had some kick to it, but I loved this spicy dish.

Photo Credit: Heather

The last dish I tried was the Chocolate Cannoli or maybe it should be called a peanut butter lover’s dream. This is a Chocolate-covered Cannoli Shell with Peanut Butter-Ricotta Filling. The Peanut Butter-Ricotta filling was rich and smooth.

The chocolate coating gave it a perfect peanut butter to chocolate ratio. This treat was messy, so have napkins ready! It did feel slightly small for the price, but it was delicious treat to finish off the booth.

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