REVIEW: Morocco Tarabaki Holiday Kitchen, Epcot International Festival of the Holidays 2017

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We continue our series of reviews of the booths for the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays this year by visiting the Tarabaki Holiday Kitchen today. This marketplace can be found next door to the Morocco Pavilion, as you might imagine.

REVIEW: Morocco Tarabaki Holiday Kitchen, Epcot International Festival of the Holidays 2017

Here’s the menu

  • Grilled Lamb Kefta and Grapes with Julienne of Euro Cucumber, Red Pepper, Pickled Pearl Onions, Harissa and Cilantro Dressing – $7.00
  • Confit of Chermoula Chicken Drum with Cinnamon Granny Smith Apple, Toasted Almonds, Brussels Sprouts and Pinot Noir Syrup – $7.00
  • Triangle Honey Briwat with Almond Paste, Rose Water and Toasted Sesame Seeds – $4.00
  • The Andalusian “Poinsettia” Cocktail: Sparkling Wine, Orange Liqueur and Cranberry Juice topped with Orange Blossom Water – $8.00
  • Walnut Spiced Coffee with Walnut Liqueur, topped with Cinnamon and Whipped Cream – $7.00
  • Casa Beer – $4.00

Grilled Lamb Kefta and Grapes with Julienne of Euro Cucumber, Red Pepper, Pickled Pearl Onions, Harissa and Cilantro Dressing – $7.00

REVIEW: Morocco Tarabaki Holiday Kitchen, Epcot International Festival of the Holidays 2017

And the award for the smallest dish ever served at an Epcot Festival goes to… this.

REVIEW: Morocco Tarabaki Holiday Kitchen, Epcot International Festival of the Holidays 2017

It was good, but look at the size of it. I can’t in good conscience tell you to pay $7.00 for this, no matter how it tastes. End of story.

Confit of Chermoula Chicken Drum with Cinnamon Granny Smith Apple, Toasted Almonds, Brussels Sprouts and Pinot Noir Syrup – $7.00

REVIEW: Morocco Tarabaki Holiday Kitchen, Epcot International Festival of the Holidays 2017

Again, $7 is a lot for a chicken drum, but this was quite good. I can’t recommend it, but I don’t think you would be unhappy with it if you were to have it. The Brussels Sprouts were quite good, but not Polite Pig good.

Triangle Honey Briwat with Almond Paste, Rose Water and Toasted Sesame Seeds – $4.00

REVIEW: Morocco Tarabaki Holiday Kitchen, Epcot International Festival of the Holidays 2017

These were just about the driest food item I have ever eaten. They were so dry that I can’t even discern what flavor there was supposed to be.

The Andalusian “Poinsettia” Cocktail: Sparkling Wine, Orange Liqueur and Cranberry Juice topped with Orange Blossom Water – $8.00

REVIEW: Morocco Tarabaki Holiday Kitchen, Epcot International Festival of the Holidays 2017

This is light and easy to drink, so it’s highly recommended for sparkling wine lovers out there.

Walnut Spiced Coffee with Walnut Liqueur, topped with Cinnamon and Whipped Cream – $7.00

REVIEW: Morocco Tarabaki Holiday Kitchen, Epcot International Festival of the Holidays 2017

I love alcoholic coffee drinks and this was one of my favorites that I’ve had at Walt Disney World. It’s a sizable pour and the flavors are mixed perfectly, offering a bitter coffee offset nicely with walnut and cinnamon flavors, as well as the sweet whipped cream. Probably my favorite drink at the entire event. You may want to pick a nice, cool day to enjoy this though…

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REVIEW: Morocco Tarabaki Holiday Kitchen, Epcot International Festival of the Holidays 2017

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