Restaurant Marrakesh in Morocco was the first sit down restaurant that I ever ate at in Epcot about 10 years ago.  I enjoyed the variety of foods that were offered and it was fun to experience the atmosphere in this restaurant.  This country still intrigues me and I love just spending time enjoying the music and small shops.  On this outing my husband decided to try the Kefta Pocket.


This pocket was very delicious.  The beef is fairly plain but the sauce was spicy and brings out the true flavors of the beef.  The bread was fresh and not chewy.  Acid from the tomatoes added a distinct and fresh taste to the pocket.  As someone who doesn’t always like coleslaw, this was a surprising addition.  There was a crunchiness without it having an overpowering taste.  It was definitely worth trying and he would recommend it to someone wanting to try something new.  

It is always fun to hear what someone thinks of the different foods throughout Epcot.  I love the smells coming from many of the kiosks and wish I could try more.  I will let you know what I think of some of the desserts I have tried recently in upcoming Winey Wednesday blogs.

To Infinity and Beyond – Traci – No act  of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.  Take time today to do something kind for someone else.




About Traci

Traci is the owner of To Infinity and Beyond Travel, an affiliate of Worldwide Travel Specialists.  She has been helping people plan magical vacations to Disney Destinations for 8 years.  She has been a lifelong fan of all things Disney that started when her parents took her to Disney World for the first time in 1978. Since then she has visited Disney World and Disneyland multiple times.  In the fall of 2018 she and her husband moved to Florida to begin a new chapter in life as empty nesters.  They decided being close to The Mouse and beaches was where they wanted to be.  Part of her enjoyment now is to be able to visit with her clients while on vacation and make certain that all their vacation dreams are being met.  She loves helping her clients by working with them on booking dining reservations, Genie+ and Lightning Lane reservations, special events and anything else that she can do to spread pixie dust.  Her goal is for all her clients to enjoy their magical vacation instead of planning their vacation.

She is also the author/editor of The Infinity Mouse where she shares all things Disney to keep her readers informed about what is happening in and around Disney.  Her goal is to bring happiness to her readers and to have everyone feel like one big ‘Ohana’.

Winey Wednesday – Disney’s Food & Wine Review – Morocco