Epcot Canada Menu 2023 ♥

Epcot Canada Menu 2022 

Canada has a booth at the 2021 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival serving dishes from Le Cellier, one of Walt Disney World’s most sought-after Table service restaurants. This review reviews the menu at the Canada Global Marketplace and includes photos of the food and my opinions about the (what I believe is an) overrated booth.

It is a must to visit the Canada Global Marketplace is typically very popular and a top choice among Walt Disney World fans. While certain products have been discontinued, however, there are two tried and tested classics that have been available for many years:

the Canadian Cheddar Cheese and Bacon Soup and the Le Cellier Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon. It’s not difficult to say that the soup made with cheddar cheese from Canada is delicious however when it’s in the upper 80s and hot and humid, it’s the last thing I’d like to eat. (November to be fair is a completely different tale.)

There’s also Le Cellier filet mignon. Le Cellier filet mignon is well-known because it’s filet mignon. It was also an objectively excellent way to use an allowance for snacks in the Disney Dining Plan. But it’s true that the DDP isn’t available in 2021 for Epcot Food & Wine Festival and this makes it more difficult to sell. (Speaking of which, there’s a high chance that the DDP will return prior to the event’s conclusion-see when will The Disney Dining Plan Return? for analysis and predictions.)

My personal favorite aspect is that there are many delicious snack-sized choices that could be available at this point. In actual fact, it is the case that there is a Canada booth at almost every Epcot event that has a vast and extensive menu including a number of delicious dishes that we’ve enjoyed. There’s a Yukon Holiday Kitchen for the Christmas time event is a long-standing favorite.

Also, Walt Disney World could consider giving the Canada booth in a completely different direction. It would be the perfect opportunity to test the waters with different styles of poutine, a maple syrup, and bacon cupcake or even the return of BeaverTails (seriously-BeaverTails are amazing and I’d love for them to return to EPCOT!).


I know I know I’m not the only one, but I’m waiting for this overrated booth to get an overhaul of the menu. For many visitors, this Canada booth is among the main attractions at Epcot’s Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. It’s a top choice for both first-time visitors and regular guests as well. This menu is packed with food photos as well as opinions on the value of food and much more!

What you can expect to see at the Canada marketplace’s food menu this year at the Food & Wine Festival:

Canadian Cheddar Cheese, as well as Bacon Soup, served with Pretzel Rolls Pretzel Roll
“Le Cellier” Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon with Truffle-Butter Sauce (gluten/wheat-friendly)

Canada Beverages:

  • Collective Arts Audio/Visual Lager Hamilton, Ontario
  • ChAC/teau des Charmes Cabernet-Merlot Old Vines

Here are our photos and reviews for each item in the Global Marketplace at Epcot International Food & Wine Festival

Canadian Cheese and Bacon Soup with a Pretzel Roll ($5.75)  Although only two items are available in Canada, they’re very popular at Epcot Food & Wine Festival.

Most people know if this soup is for them. My take is that the soup is good but not great. The soup is rich and creamy, with lots of cheesey goodness. However, it’s not worthy of the hype. We were also told by others that this year’s portion sizes are smaller. It is still highly recommended unless you are going on a 90-degree day. In which case, why would you want soup?!


What is there to eat at Epcot Canada?

Canada: 2020 Epcot Food and Wine Festival
  • Canada.
  • 2020 Booth – Updated in September.
  • Canadian Cheddar Cheese and Bacon Soup served with a Pretzel Roll.
  • Le Cellier Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon with Truffle-Butter Sauce.
  • Le Cellier Wild Mushroom Beef Filet Mignon with Truffle-Butter Sauce.
  • Inniskillin Icewine.

Is Le Cellier worth the price?

Final Thoughts of Le Cellier

Our entire meal cost about $200; and for the most part, I would say it’s definitely worth it. I don’t think the food here is as good as Steakhouse 55 at Disneyland (our favorite steakhouse at ANY Disney property), but I do think it’s one of the best steaks you can get at Disney World.

Is Epcot food expensive?

Food and wine are free, just like all EPCOT festivals. The festival portion of EPCOT is free.

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