Anywhere nice places to eat @ Seaworld?

Discussion in 'UK Trip Planning Forum' started by fairytale, Oct 4, 2009.

  1. fairytale

    fairytale DIS Veteran

    Jul 27, 2004

    Hiya Guys, well only 6 days left for me and counting.

    Got nearly everything organised, but having taken a last look through our planner I have no suggestions on where to eat @ Seaworld.

    Last year we got reservations at Sharks underwater grill and to be honest was really disappointed in the place.

    Having eaten there some 4 years ago and loved it, last year I thought it was pity poor :confused3

    Probably looking at more C/S than sit down meal but hey I'm open to options.

    Thanks Guys
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  3. Twilight Terror

    Twilight Terror DIS Veteran

    Aug 5, 2006
    The Seafire Inn can be okay; it's usually where we eat. They offer counter service type meals, but have a seating area. If you go at the right time of day (times are on the park map), you can go through to the theatre area and enjoy a 'Wild Animals' presentation while you eat! They bring out some strange and wonderful creatures and talk about them.
  4. katiec

    katiec DIS Veteran

    Jun 13, 2008

    We were there in April and ate at the Terrace Restaurant for lunch - its right round the back near the stables.
    We found a lovely shady table and just watched the world go by - and the food was fab. Even at lunch time it was fairly quiet. I think we both had a sandwich and potato salad stuff, but we loved it - very tasty and reasonable price too.

  5. wayneg

    wayneg Moderator Moderator

    Jul 24, 2003
    We now almost always eat at Spice Mill as last few years been getting free dessert vouchers with our Annual passes. Not top class but nice enough for a lunch.
    Used to always eat at Mama's Kitchen until they changed it to a healthy eating place.
  6. madmumof2

    madmumof2 DIS Veteran

    Jun 6, 2008
    We've booked Dine with Shamu. You eat right next to shamu's training pool and watch him do his tricks, and trainers also come round and answer any questions you have about the whales and the job they do. Pretty cheap too considering. It's a buffet and from what I've read more than enough choice to suit anyone.

    I'll be doing a report about it when I get back!

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