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Dine Around the World at Epcot For $5 Per International Pavilion

Did you know you can eat around the world at Epcot, and only spend about $5 at each country? It’s a great way to sample flavors from around the globe! Watch below as I show you my favorite budget-friendly bites at Epcot!

What are your favorite snacks at Epcot? Let us know in the comments below!

Comments

  • Thanks for the reminder that even though the Food & Wine Festival isn’t started yet that we can still “Eat around the world”!

  • It would seem that desserts have the lowest food cost.

  • School bread was my surprise favorite!

  • The iced almond pretzel in Norway is divine! It used to called the krugla!

  • Two things from France and nothing from Canada? Need to add some yummy Canadian treats to the popcorn stand! (Or bring back the BeaverTail kiosk.)

  • Boulangerie Patisserie les Halles is the best for cheap French treats. Lobster bisque, bacon and cheese rolls, and all kinds of fantastic sweets.

    Sushi at the Kabuki Cafe is another great cheap option.

  • Anything from Wurther’s in Germany…Carmel Popcorn (eat when fresh) and Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Carmel square!!!!

  • Cronut form Canada!

  • I love the cheese soup!

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