I believe the potatoes are wedges since you have to eat everything by hand no cutlery. We have gone several time food is good serving size and actually pretty good and a fun show while eating.I've been to both Medieval Times and the Pirates dinner and enjoyed them thoroughly. I'd give the edge to Medieval Times. The main meal is a big piece of roasted chicken, corn, and mashed potatoes, You get some soup as a starter, and dessert as well. Each time I've been there I found the chicken to be very juicy and tasty. There's a vegetarian option as well, but I'm not sure what you get. The food is really secondary to the show.
That's right! I love that everyone's in character, including the servers. You get some funny responses if you ask for silverware.I believe the potatoes are wedges since you have to eat everything by hand no cutlery. We have gone several time food is good serving size and actually pretty good and a fun show while eating.
I would agree with that assessment. The only reasons I've gone back are to take someone new. The Pirates dinner is fun as well, but once was enough for me.Now I have to say, we haven't done it again, to me it's a one and done for the most part unless maybe if I was going with someone who hadn't been, but I would say worthwhile at least once.
oh, YES..... YUM, YUM !!!!! (and peanut shells all over the floor ! haha)My favorite nearby themed restaurant is Northwoods Inn, in La Mirada. It's this huge log cabin style building with fake snow on the roof, and it's themed to a logging camp. It's a steakhouse, and it's famous for it's delicious and addictive cheese bread.