Sunshine Seasons in Epcot’s The Land serves up Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, as well as items that are prepackaged and ready to go. One of the great values I recently enjoyed was their Vegetarian Entrée for $6.19.
The entrée includes pita wedges, couscous, tabbouleh, hummus, and a roasted red pepper puree.
The couscous wasn’t quite on par with the version served at Tangierine Café in the park’s Morocco pavilion, but was decent on its own and had both raisins and sliced almonds for a bit of crunch.
The tabbouleh had a bit more grain to it than Tangierine’s as well, but the parsley flavor was bright and there was a light vinegar dressing (typically the salad uses lemons for acid, but that didn’t seem the case here). It fortunately stuck to the salad instead of forming in a pool below.
The hummus was smooth and had a strong pop of lemon, perhaps a tad bit too much as I wasn’t expecting it, but after the initial surprise, it wasn’t as aggressive.
The roasted red pepper puree was slightly sweet and a nice compliment to the hummus for a little bit of a change in flavor profiles.
As for the pita, it’s clearly prepackaged, but was soft and served its purpose.
I’d certainly pick this up again, as it’s a great value based on the price and amount of food. There’s definitely enough for two to share as a lighter snack while at the pavilion exploring the attractions within.
Have you tried the Vegetarian Entrée at Sunshine Seasons? Let us know what you think!