Joy of Tea in Epcot’s China pavilion is a great spot for a light, inexpensive snack. Here, you can find Pork & Vegetable Egg Rolls, Chinese BBQ Pork Buns, and Chicken Curry Pockets. Try them each on their own, or order the Lucky Combo, which comes with each item as well as a soda and ice cream for just under $10.
We’ve enjoyed the BBQ Pork Buns in the past, but this time around, I wanted to try the Chicken Curry Pockets, which I’ve never had before.
For $3.99, you receive an order of two pockets. Each has layers of flaky phyllo dough topped with sesame seeds and filled with flavorful chicken curry.
Matt is not a fan of the flavors in curry, and felt the dough was greasy on the palate. I experienced neither of this, and really enjoyed these pockets. The chicken was moist, and the flavors were bold without being overbearing.
If you’re a fan of curry, definitely give these a try. They are a snack credit on the Dining Plan, and a decent price for a snack if paying cash. I know Matt would rather have egg rolls or pork buns, but I’m glad I opted for something new to try.
Have you tried the Curry Chicken Pockets or other snack options from Joy of Tea?