Looking for a good snack or meal at the theme parks can be sometimes difficult. When you purchase your Universal Studios tickets for your fun day, you’ll want to know where to go when your stomach starts growling. We created a short list of must-have treats when you visit Universal Orlando Resort, any time of the year! You can also discover other Orlando theme parks purchasing Disney World tickets or SeaWorld Orlando tickets, and grabbing some deals on Orlando hotels and vacation home rentals, just to make it easier when jumping from park to park.
Butterbeer at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter
Cold, frozen and hot butter beers offered here are not only delicious, but also addictive downright. Since its introduction, no trip to the Universal Park has been complete without at least a cup of the heavenly pleasure. Beverage sales should make goblins happy at Gringotts Bank. Try the butter beer yourself and you will understand why the exaggeration is real. I love the white and sparkling seasonings that are poured into a frozen preparation (even if you definitely have a white mustache). During the winter months, butter beer is also available as a hot drink. Presented at various locations in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Orlando and Islands of Adventure. There is no doubt this is our greatest pleasure in all its variations. You can serve it hot (as a seasonal offer), cold, frozen, dark, cream or even soft. This favorite of caramel flavored fans has become a staple for a reason. It’s delicious! In the Wizarding World of Harry Potter Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley, there are delicious butter beer meals everywhere. You can even find this delicious dessert at Universal Studios Resort, so you’ll never be far from the goodness of butter beers. This is the best purchase, hands down, when you visit the park with your Universal Orlando tickets.
Milkshake at the Toothsome Chocolate Emporium
Almost the entire Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & the Savory Feast Kitchen menu is delicious (including delicious dishes). However, smoothies are a dream. They are prepared with a collection of wild and rich ingredients. Red Velvet Shake, for example, is prepared with a whole cupcake, which is mixed in a cream drink. Then complete it with… a second whole cupcake. An extra wide straw is placed in the center of the cake in the smoothie, so you can drink the thick drink. Yes, the vibrations are decadent, but friend, they are delicious. Served at the Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & the Savory Feast Kitchen at CityWalk. Toothsome Chocolate Emporium and CityWalk’s Savory Feast Kitchen offer a wide selection of special shakes. Some cookies, red velvet, confetti and fresh marshmallows. It’s also fun to get in touch with the 19th-century steampunk character in the restaurant. I would like to be the first to tell you that this crazy drink is really worth the calories burned. This shake is VERY extra, but VERY beautiful! You can’t go wrong with confetti, peanut butter and jam. We also tried Red Velvet and Marshmallow Crisp and both were spectacular!
Lard Lad Donut
If you don’t like ice cream, choose frosted pink donuts with the Simpson theme. This cake is very large and quite greasy (and we are here for it). It’s very funny and heavy, but if you like donuts, you can appreciate Homer’s blessings. Served by: Lard Lad on Fast Food Boulevard in Springfield at Universal Studios Florida. You will see many people carrying these items in boxes to take them back to their home or hotel. This great donut comes directly from Simpson Springfield. In honor of Homer, we call it D’oh beans. The most popular is The Big Pink, a classic jumbo donut with rose ice cream. They are perfect for sharing, taking photos on Instagram or satisfying a greater desire for sugar. But the most important thing is that they are very good.
Waturi Fusion at Koka Poroka ice cream
Isn’t it a beautiful thing? The taste of blue raspberries, bananas, strawberries and oranges together form this rainbow ice cream cone? This is the perfect surprise to cool off after a long day at Volcano Bay. This extraordinary rainbow dish contains a mixture of aromas of banana, raspberry, orange and strawberry. And it tastes better than it looks! You can order each flavor separately, but where is the fun? This rainbow-colored photogenic dessert is the perfect way to end the day at the park! We have never experienced anything like that!
The Flaming Moe
Flaming Moe is one of the most unique drinks on our list (and other Simpson voices) inspired by an episode of a long-running animated series. Unlike the cartoon version, Flaming Moe Universal is not an alcoholic. Fruit drinks are delicious, but the real attraction is that they really light up. We assume that smoking is more accurate. Each drink contains something that causes bubbles, bubbles and emits smoke. Presented at: Flaming Moe’s and Moe’s Tavern at Springfield at Universal Studios in Florida. Sit at your favorite Springfield bar and order these soft drinks, oranges and non-alcoholic drinks! This unique drink will satisfy the eyes and palate simultaneously. You have to try it yourself! If you like adult drinks, drink duff beer while you’re there! You might want to get those Universal tickets and run to this place!
The Loop at Voodoo Donuts
More than 50 unique flavors of donuts are served daily at this popular CityWalk location. Try voodoo dolls, mango tango, bacon and maple bars (my favorite), laughs and many other unique creations. Some of the most popular donuts have equally delicious vegan couples (that’s why this place is one of Dusty’s musts). Normally, it only takes a little time to enter the store, but it is worth it and the atmosphere is good. Voodoo goes much further and combines two of your favorite breakfast donuts and muesli since childhood. The circle begins with the raised yeast donuts, smokes them with a delicious and delicious vanilla frosting, then rolls the bad guy in a circle to win! Ask for a dozen houses. This famous donut shop will not disappoint you!Luckily, you don’t need to be inside the parks to try this delicious treat!
Giant Pretzels from NBC’s sport restaurant
And no wonder this grand pretzel is the perennial favorite in the NBC’s sport restaurant. Salty and warm in the kitchen and hung on hockey sticks. This is a fantastic snack for the whole family, where you can participate in some sporting events and relax from the theme park. * suggestion: sit at 1 of the soccer tables. They’ve glasses, so you may really play while you eat!
Burgushi from Crownfish Sushi Burger Bar
The theme restaurant is determined to offer you the better of the 2 worlds with a crazy selection of waves and grass. Their things really change & their presentations are fantastic, making this restaurant a fun offering restaurant for everyone. Try out one of their Burgushi option, as they make hamburger burgers. Or take a bento cupboard to try everything. They equally offer different options of enjoyable and fun drinks for adults and children, so get one. After a day full of spells and tender servants, your children can also enjoy culinary delights at the table. Satisfy with this fried sushi roll. The chefs wrap the burgers with black Angus bacon in soy paper and french fries before frying and slicing them. This is a time if you don’t mind eating your children’s leftovers.
Two Food Dog at Hot Hall of Fame
Do not be fooled by the name and exterior of the 90s. This unique restaurant offers steaks from Vienna to Sabrett and its surroundings, all in the style of your hometown. An indispensable self-service bar also offers the possibility of switching to a classic Chicago dog if guests wish. Hot dog lovers are happy! Hot Dog Hall of Fame as the name implies with this large percentage of hot dogs. Secluded on Citywalk, the Hot Dog Hall of Fame is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a relaxed lunch. The particular version is surprising, but a two-legged dog is perfect to share with the family. Go big or go home! High Fives, if you can finish this game on your own!
Minions S’mores at Studios Sweets
As for desserts, you can’t find anything better than the waiter’s habit! This classic fire spin-off gives me all the feeling. All costumes must be polite! You can’t really pass Candy Studio without reading their delicious dessert package! Located at the entrance of Universal Studios, this candy store is the perfect place to pamper yourself when you leave or in the park. What about a closed figure decorated with chocolate that reminds you of your favorite character? There are others to choose from, including Hello Kitty!