Discussion in 'Universal Studios/Islands of Adventure Forums' started by Cruz Family, Feb 15, 2006.
Had this dish several times and it's awesome.VERY FILLING and great priced.
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I am so happy this thread was started , we are planning our first trip to the dark side this summer ! There seems to be a lot of crescents served there ,lol !
More pics please , would love to see more from city walk , Hard Rock , Margharitaville , nascar , and especially latin quarter , I didn't even have that last one on my radar until I saw the pics !!!!
Does anyone know if Three Brooksticks still offer the Great Feast and how many people it is supposed to serve and the price?
Thanks! This looks like a great meal for a 17 yr old boy....and me and his sister. The 17 yr old eats a lot but maybe this is way too much?
Bad idea to look at this on an empty stomach.
Thanks for posting this!!
I dont eat sushi but my DD does and said it was great.
I just reviewed this starting at 2010. Great thread.
A couple of questions...
Do they care much about "kids' menu" vs adults at Three Broomsticks and other counter service? (I.e., are they gonna "card" me to make sure I'm under 10?? ) I know CS usually not, but 3B is more a hybrid... Thanks to whomever posted the kids' fish and chips. I like fish and chips, but don't need a huge serving for lunch.
Flip side of that--kids' menu at Emeril's on City Walk doesn't look as good value as that $22 prix fixe. Do you think they'd allow sharing on the prix fixe? I know prix fixe can be pretty restrictive, but looks like a GREAT deal for a special lunch for dh and I. Just wondering if we could get one for the kids to share. Either way, I think we will do that lunch, and buy the kids chicken fingers if we have to.
Thanks for telling about the prix fixe...I have bookmarked Emeril's site for our summer trip. It's right there on the menu if anyone else is looking forward to it! http://www.emerilsrestaurants.com/emerils-orlando
So, if you had to choose between Emeril's and Mythos, which would you pick? Dh is really picky and exceptionally skeptical of "hype" so I am worried about taking him to Mythos.
Oh, the other thing I noticed is a lot of frozen french fries. We are lucky locally in that many places serve fresh-cut fries. Frozen fries are pretty meh. Doesn't look like anyone bothers with fresh cut? Three Broomsticks and Finnegan's seem to have wedges, but that's all I saw that didn't look frozen?
I'd pick Mythos. Been to Emeril's once but just for appetizers and wine. Emeril's feels more like a traditional restaurant and was good. I'd prefer Mythos for theming and location, and probably food. The food was pretty good (check out the menu). Service at each was comparable. Don't worry they're both good choices. My younger daughter liked the ravioli in the shape of a fish.
Having been to both Mythos & Emeril's it's no contest for us...Emeril's!!!!! The food and service are great.
Ate at 3 broomsticks last July for breakfast and was offered the kid's size in place of the adults. Kids portions were huge! Food is not great but it was filling.
Both dh and I LOVED Mythos! I had the risotto of the day with beef tips and it was one of the best meals we had in Orlando. Dh had the filet. Everything right down to the bread was amazing! It's nice to sneak away from the bustle of the park yet still remain inside.
kathy, i love mythos too.
and miss st louis...............
see you are getting snow.......
Egads....I have 12.5" of beautiful spring-time snow on my lawn!
Anyone know which page had the pic of 3 Broomsticks kids fish?
Finnegans at Universal Studio April2013
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This thread has not been updated in way too long!
Portofino Bay Hotel
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