Yes the Crab Rangoon at Cow Fish is DIVINE. Will have to try the drink at Mythos, we will be Universal 11/15 weekend.
The jacket potatoes are such a good option. Great value for money, and also relatively healthy. Also in UO, I think you can still get 3 Cornish pasties for $7 at the Hopping Pot in Carkitt Market (Diagon Alley), which makes a pretty substantial snack. I also liked the gyro from Fire Eater's Grille in IoA at $8.99. I believe it came with celery sticks, carrots, and hummus. Breadbox has a little better value for money since you get tots/fries with those.I'm going for a whirlwind weekend trip in two weeks and will be trying to keep the food budget very very small. Anyone have input on the most filling counter service meals/snacks you can get for about $10-$12 at the parks? So far on my list I have the jacket potatoes from the London taxi stand and the tacos from the truck in the Simpsons area. Any other suggestions?
The Grinch breakfast!Anyone tested out the Christmas offerings? Like the turkey meal at thunder falls or stuffed Santa donut at voodoo donuts?
Also, if anyone has been during Christmas week, any restaurants you would suggest for Christmas atmosphere or even specials in the menu? I have the Palm reserved for dinner on Christmas Day and was wondering if that’s a good options
Fantastic damo…...We are headed there today and I will do a photoshoot for this thread.
We check out on Saturday. Spent a couple of days at Cabana Bay and then here at RPR today. Wasn't the nicest of days today but I did manage to ride Hagrid's 3 times!!!!You're here? We check out tomorrow.
thanks!Tried to get photos of the menu at Tuk Tuk's but unfortunately it is on a blue screen that is very hard to photograph. They had a breakfast burrito($8), breakfast croissant($8), and eggwhite wrap ($8) and breakfast potatoes($4). There were also your standard fare of fruits and pastries and yogurt parfaits. Coffee is starbucks.