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India Booth Menu & Review (2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival)

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Published: July 11, 2021 Updated: October 14, 2021

India Booth Menu & Review (2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival)

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India Booth Menu & Review (2021 Epcot Food & Wine Festival)

The India booth serves up some bold Indian cuisine, with options like Madras red curry and Korma chicken. There are also a couple vegan choices as well.

You can hit up this marketplace as you travel from the China pavilion to the Germany pavilion or vice versa.

In some exciting news, the India booth opened on Aug. 15, instead of its original opening date of Oct. 1. So, now you can try all of the delicious Indian food here.

All items from India

This is one booth that serves some good-sized portions. They are great for sharing! If you’re not a fan of bold flavors or heat, you may want to steer clear of the India marketplace.

But, if you are a fan or are looking to expand your palate, you can’t go wrong with the Warm Indian Bread and dips.

Here’s everything you need to know about the India booth, including reviews, photos, and our must-trys.


Location: Between the China pavilion and the Refreshment Outpost
Nearby booths: Refreshment Outpost, Kenya, China
Nearby seating areas: Lotus Blossom Café (Quick Service in China), tables outside of Refreshment Outpost (between China and Germany)
Not to miss: Warm Indian Bread with dips and the Sula Chenin Blanc

Food and Wine Festival - India booth location map

India Booth Menu


5/5Warm Indian Bread with Pickled Garlic, Mango Salsa and Coriander Pesto Dips $5.00KFN/A
3/5Madras Red Curry with Roasted Cauliflower, Baby Carrots, Chickpeas and Ben’s® Basmati Rice $5.00GF, PBN/A
5/5Korma Chicken with Basmati Rice, Crispy Chickpeas, and Spiced Yogurt Sauce$5.25GFN/A
GF = gluten friendly, PB = plant-based, KF = kid friendly


with Alcohol?
1.7/5Mango Lassi$5.00No
4.3/5Taj Mahal Premium Lager (new)$5.00 (6 oz.) / $9.00 (12 oz.)Yes
2.5/5Sula Brut Tropicale Sparkling Wine, Nashik (new)$7.00Yes
2.5/5Sula Chenin Blanc, Nashik$5.00Yes
2/5Mango Lassi with Sōmrus Chai Cream Liqueur$11.00Yes
India Menu

Photos & Reviews

Warm Indian Bread

Warm Indian bread with pickled garlic, mango salsa, and coriander pesto dips.

Warm Indian Bread

Price: $5.00
Special Diets: Kid-friendly
Rating: 5/5

Our Thoughts

Heather: Delicious. Love the combo of flavors, a nice sized portion, and easily shared.
Felicia: Delicious and all the dips were flavorful and great but very different. Highly recommend.
Allyson: You can’t go wrong with bread and yummy dips. Reminded me of the amazing bread service at Sanaa.

Korma Chicken

Korma chicken served with Basmati rice, crispy chickpeas, and a spiced yogurt sauce.

Korma Chicken

Price: $5.00
Special Diets: Gluten-Friendly
Rating: 5/5

Our Thoughts

Heather: I loved this. The flavor was spot on and the chicken was delicious. The seasoning was perfect for my mouth!
Felicia: Super delicious chicken. Tender and the sauce is full of flavor. The crispy chickpeas add nice texture. Huge portion, too.

Madras Red Curry

Madras Red Curry served with roasted cauliflower, baby carrots, chickpeas, and Ben’s Original Basmati Rice.

Madras Red Curry

Price: $5.00
Special Diets: Gluten-Friendly, Plant-Based
Rating: 3/5

Our Thoughts

Heather: Just okay – and too spicy for me.
Felicia: Not much flavor, the texture isn’t great (grainy from the chickpeas and mushy from the other vegetables) and the rice is nothing special.
Allyson: A very tasty vegetarian option and a really good portion size. But, if you don’t like spice or heat, avoid.

Mango Lassi

The Mango Lassi is a fruity and creamy Indian beverage.
Note: Also available with alcohol.

Mango Lassi

Price: $5.00
Made with Alcohol?: No
Rating: 1.7/5

Our Thoughts

Heather: I think this has a great flavor and really cuts the heat of the curry. I just like the one WITH the alcohol better.
Felicia: This one tastes like melted ice cream. Don’t like.
Allyson: I didn’t like the alcoholic version and I didn’t like this either. I don’t want all this milk and cream on a hot day.

Taj Mahal Premium Lager

The Taj Mahal Premium Lager is made by United Breweries in Bangalore, India.

Taj Mahal Lager

Price: $5.00 (6 oz.) / $9.00 (12 oz.)
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 4.3/5

Our Thoughts

Heather: I thought this was really good – very easy to drink and has a nice flavor.
Felicia: Very easy to drink beer. Great for the heat.
Allyson: A very tasty beer that’s easy to drink.

Sula Brut Tropicale Sparkling Wine

Sula Brut Tropicale Sparkling Wine from Nashik, India.

Sula Brut Tropicale

Price: $7.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 2.5/5

Our Thoughts

Felicia: Very sweet for a brut. Not a big fan.
Allyson: Definitely on the sweeter side, but has good flavors.

Sula Chenin Blanc

The Sula Chenin Blanc is from Nashik, India.

india chenin blanc

Price: $5.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 2.5/5

Our Thoughts

Felicia: Fine but a little sweet.
Allyson: I actually liked this for a white wine and it was much better than many others I tried at the festival.

Mango Lassi with Sōmrus Chai Cream Liqueur

The Mango Lassi with Sōmrus Chai Cream Liqueur is a fruity, creamy Indian drink that is served with a rum-based liqueur.
Note: Also available without alcohol.

Mango Lassi with Chai Liqueur

Price: $11.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 2/5

Our Thoughts

Heather: Tasty, a bit sweet, but perfect for cutting down the fire in your mouth after trying the red curry dish!
Felicia: Milky, thick, and sweet. Very quickly tastes like melted ice cream.
Allyson: This just isn’t my thing. Too milky and creamy.

Food & Wine Booth map

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Read more about this year’s Food & Wine Festival

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