Where To Eat At Universal Studios?

Every wandering adventurer needs to refuel and recharge with deliciously daring food and drink.

That’s right, it’s not just smoked turkey legs any more. Thrilling action and a culinary journey  at both Universal Studios and Universal’s Islands of Adventure theme parks, with many foodie gems hidden in plain sight.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Hogsmeade

The Great Feast at Three Broomsticks

The Great Feast is fit for a wizard—or a really hungry giant. This family platter consists of ribs, smoked chicken, corn on the cob, roasted potatoes and vegetables.

The Lost Continent

Chicken Stingers at Fire Eaters Grill

Travel on over to The Lost Continent’s Fire Eaters Grill and risk tears of joy by eating the fiery chicken stingers: deliciously crispy and spiced with a tangy hot sauce.

Mythos Lamb Burger at Mythos Restaurant

Deep within the cavernous walls, dine with the gods at the award-winning Mythos restaurant. The lamb burger is a perfectly cooked medium-rare burger with tzatziki sauce and brioche bun.

Banana Chocolate Gooey Cake at Mythos Restaurant

A gooey, gluten-free, flour-less chocolate cake in caramel with sliced bananas and topped with vanilla ice cream—indulgent, decadent, delicious.

UNIVERSAL STUDIOS

The Simpsons Fast Food Blvd

Chicken and Waffle Sandwich at Cletus’ Chicken Shack

Risk it all at Cletus’ Chicken Shack and order the Chicken and Waffle Sandwich: a double-battered, extra-crispy, fried chicken breast sandwiched between two waffles with lettuce, tomatoes, a dollop of maple syrup mayo, and a side of tater tots.

Duff Beer at Moe’s Tavern

Those above the age of 21 can pluck up their courage and down a glass of the famous Duff Beer at Moe’s Tavern. Or try non-alcoholic Flaming Moe cocktail, Springfield’s signature specialty drink: a bubbly, fruity, orange soda that comes “smoking.”

Clogger Burger at Krusty Burger

Thrill your tastebuds with the jaw-dropping, belly-busting Clogger Burger, the Krusty Burger’s bigger brother with slices of fried bacon and double the patties.

 

Basket O’ Bait at The Frying Dutchman

They must have learned their lesson from their visit from Homer Simpson and nixed the all-you-can-eat seafood menu option, but you can still test your limits with the Frying Dutchman’s Basket O’ Bait: a basketful of fresh fried cod, coconut-crusted shrimp, and fried calamari served with tater tots and hushpuppies. Don’t worry, you won’t get kicked out for finishing just one of these seafood baskets.

 

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