10 Festive Foods You Need To Get Your Hands On At Universal This Season

The world-renowned film studio and themed park, Universal Studios is a multi-sensory immersion in the world of movies. Be it the adrenaline-gushing activities, theme rides plummeting in the world of fantasy and fiction, souvenir shops, restaurants, or food stalls, Universal Studios touch every sense of perception — and requires multiple days to fully enjoy!

Moreover, it can also be enjoyed without breaking travelers’ budgets. Plus, “Happy Eating” can be a fulfilling mantra here as the place has been brimming with festive foods. Here is a guide to throat on this delectable treat for the taste buds.

10/10 Festive Treats At Mythos Restaurant

We visited Universal’s Islands Of Adventure, Do drop in at Mythos Restaurant located in the Lost Continent. For all the grilled cheese connoisseurs, the “Fork Knife and Spoon Grilled Sandwich” infused with tomato soup and crispy pork served with house-made chips deserve a definite shot.

Apart from this, “Beef Loin Medallions” served with potato mash and “Wild Mushroom Barley Risotto” are the top-recommended options.

Travelers should satisfy their sweet tooth cravings with “Chocolate Banana Gooey Cake” with a topping of peanut butter ice cream, caramel as well as Chocolate-Hazelnut Crème Brûlée.

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9/10 Themed Goodies At Studio Sweets

Be it the Minion Cupcakes that will woo hearts or Mini PB&J Whoopie Pie, a tiny dessert filled with peanut butter fluff and jam, these festive treats at Studio Sweets should be visitors’ go-to options.

The Butterfinger Brownie is worth a shot too, with other options such as homemade fudge, gourmet cookies, cotton candies, candy apple caramels, and self-served candies to choose from.

8/10 Festive Treats At Hopping Pot

If one calls themselves a wizard and imagines oneself hailing from Hogwarts, butter beer should be the spirit drink. Well, Hopping Pot At Universal Studio serves the famous butter beer comprised of shortbread and butterscotch which costs around $6.99.

In contrast, Potter-themed alcoholic beverages such as Fire Whiskey ($8.99), Dragon’s Scale ($8.99), and Wizard’s Brew ($8.99) are to be experimented with. The British Chips ($4), Butterbeer Icecream ($5.49), Beef Pasties & Cornish Pasties are other exciting items on the menu.

7/10 Traditional Treats At Three Broomsticks

Another ideal food jaunt is “Three Broomsticks at Hogsmeade” which has been the place for Hogwarts lovers.

Being a rustic tavern, its ambiance is detailed by cast iron chandeliers, weathered wood beams, and balconies having bric-a-brac.

Having the proper British meal comprising Great Feast, Fish & Chips, Fresh Veggies & Shepherd Pie, its Chocolate Trifle makes up for the perfect dessert.

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6/10 Intriguing Flavors At Cowfish

Famous for Sushi, Burgers, and a Bar, Cowfish is a treat offering a fusion. Be it milkshakes, beers, or exotic martinis, this place has everything from bento boxes to sushi to a burger.

Flash-fried Brussels sprouts, Wasabi Yuzu Vinaigrette, and Bonito Flakes alongside Burgushi which is an eccentric combination of burger and sushi are a few other things on the menu that deserve a nod.

5/10 Christmasy Creations At Toothsome Chocolate Emporium

Be it delicious food, chocolate desserts, gourmet ice cream, or artisan milkshakes, Toothsome Chocolate Emporium has a riveting experience.

The most famous, “Santa’s Cookies & Milkshake” imbued with cookie butter as well as vanilla ice cream, sprinkled with chocolate chip cookies and adorned with a chocolate Christmas tree is the showstopper on the menu.

Apart from this, it also has a variety of alcoholic beverages to brighten up the spirits. Its Corque Monsieur, Southern Fried Chicken with bechamel sauce, and chocolate dipped bacon are a few of the other recommended items for the taste buds.

4/10 Grinchy Goodies At Seuss Landing

Grinch, the fictional character created by Dr. Seuss is the main themed character at Seuss Landing. Thus, be it Grinch Themed Treats, or the unique Grinch Hot Chocolate Bomb, Grinch Icecream Sandwich, Grinch cookies, and its Holiday Tour & Grinch Character Breakfast, everything at this place is full of Christmas spirits during winter.

Also, the Brisket Philly and its Green Eggs and Ham are the recommended options.

3/10 Winter Themed Snacks At Tribute Store

Universal Orlando’s popular holiday store, Tribute Store has always been decked up, particularly during Christmas. The exceptional items on the menu here have been Jurassic World Dig Jar Cakes, Jaws Fishbowl Cake, and Smore Bars.

Apart from this, one can try Holiday Wreath Cake, Gingerbread Whoopie Pies, Santa’s Dream Cookie, Red Velvet Candy Cane Pops, Reindeer Brownies, Christmas Tree Cones and so much more.

Also, With its four themed rooms inspired by Who-Ville, The Wizarding World Of Harry Potter, Earl The Squirrel & New York vintage holiday decor, there is a variety of merchandise as well.

Visitors can choose from Grinchmas Loungefly Backpack or Grinchmas Popcorn bucket, Hogwarts House-themed holiday ornaments, or Earl, the Squirrel Spirit Jersey as their merchandise items.

2/10 On-Theme Edibles At Universal Islands Of Adventure

Red Velvet Yule Log is one of the tempting croissants at Croissant Moon Bakery. The Apple Strudel on a stick immersed in holiday-colored frosting is another.

Florean Fortescue’s Ice cream parlor serves weird scoops of ice cream delightfully—one being Chocolate Chili.

There’s also the massive hot dog, Kong Dog served on a pretzel roll oozing in liquid cheese found at Skull Island, the creamy lime cheesecake at Jurassic Park’s Thunder Falls Terrace, and so many other treats that should not be missed.

1/10 True Hogwarts-Era Eats At Leaky Cauldron

Talk about mythical lands, superheroes, and magical creatures slipping back into reality, “Universal’s Islands of Adventure” strikes up. Diagon Alley and its Leaky Cauldron may not be real-life castles angling to one-up Hogwarts, but the experience is still epic.

Serving classic dishes like Bangers, Mash & Fish with Chips, and Scotch Eggs on their prime menu as well as desserts such as Sticky Toffee Pudding & Butterbeer Potted Cream, alongside its themed ambiance will take visitors to the world of Hogwarts.

Weathered tables and chairs, colossal hearth with a cracked leaky cauldron, every element of Hogwarts in real, doesn’t that sound enchanting?

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