Kenya Marketplace Review at Epcot Food and Wine (2022)

Kenya is not your typical marketplace at Epcot Food and Wine. The booth offers a sultry dish that is worthy of a stop.

It hasn’t taken long for the Kenya booth (formerly Africa) to become one of my top stops at the Food and Wine Festival. A few years back, when this newer booth was introduced to the festival, it was instantaneously a hit.

You’ll find Kenya’s Global Marketplace nestled between the China Pavilion and Germany Pavilion. It sits directly across the walkway from Refreshment Port.

The photo below is from a few years back. Since the booth is so popular, there are always a ton of people waiting. Therefore, I haven’t been able to get an updated picture of the name change to Kenya.

2022 Kenya Marketplace Menu

Below we have Kenya’s menu items along with the prices.

  • Kenyan Coffee Barbecued Beef Tenderloin ($6.00)
  • Piri Piri Skewered Shrimp ($6.75)


  • 81Bay Brewing Co. Congo Pilsner ($5.00 or $9.00)

Piri Piri Skewered Shrimp ($6.75)

Since I’ve had both of these dishes in the past, I elected to skip this booth in 2022. With so many new options to try this year, it’s almost impossible to get a fresh order of every single thing.

Here we have the Piri Pir skewered shrimp.

This is what I previously had to say about the shrimp dish:

“There is couscous on one side that will help cool you off when you bite into this spicy hot dish. I would recommend keeping a drink nearby. My shrimp was well seasoned and set my taste buds on fire. If you don’t like spicy food, it might be a pass.”

Kenyan Coffee Barbecued Beef Tenderloin ($6.00)

The Kenyan Coffee Beef dish was the one I was referring to as sultry when I first wrote this post. This dish easily stands out in a crowd, and I mean that in the best way possible.

When things settle down, I plan to pick up a fresh order of this year’s Kenyan beef tenderloin for the pure sake of enjoying it. This tenderloin is an exceptional dish, and at $6.00, it’s excellent in taste and price.

Ultimately, it’s going to be pretty hard to go wrong with either of these dishes, but for sure, don’t miss out on the beef!

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Do you plan to stop at the Kenya Marketplace during Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival? Will you try the beef or the shrimp? Or both?

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