Where to Eat at Sea World?

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Where to Eat at Sea World?

So many theme parks today are raising their experience with fabulous food. I'm wondering though, how's the food at Sea World? Where do you eat when you're there? Do they have any great restaurants or snacks that are fun? I haven't been in more than 20 years and would love to know your impressions of Sea World Food!

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The only place i have eaten at there recently was sharks underwater grill, and it was great. You sit in the restaurant looking into the huge shark tank with a bunch of different types of sharks. It is also a little cheaper than the restaurant's in Disney. I have heard now they have some kind of special dinning plan where you pay one price and you can eat all day at like 6 or 7 different places.

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Kristen K. wrote:
So many theme parks today are raising their experience with fabulous food. I'm wondering though, how's the food at Sea World? Where do you eat when you're there? Do they have any great restaurants or snacks that are fun? I haven't been in more than 20 years and would love to know your impressions of Sea World Food!

I have the same problem. We are going in Dec and I was wondering if Dine with Shamu was worth it?

As far as snacks go I can't wait to have a Shamu bar. Even if I have to go into a warm store to enjoy it in December. laugh I haven't had one of those in 20 years.

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senseicj wrote:
The only place i have eaten at there recently was sharks underwater grill, and it was great. You sit in the restaurant looking into the huge shark tank with a bunch of different types of sharks. It is also a little cheaper than the restaurant's in Disney. I have heard now they have some kind of special dinning plan where you pay one price and you can eat all day at like 6 or 7 different places.

Last time I did the dining plan. If I remember right, the dining plan is just for the counter service. It's still an awesome deal, and the food is REALLY good for counter-service. My favorite counter service was the place right on the lake, near the bridge and where the pearl divers are. That's the best place I found on the plan. It's a very good and affordable plan IMO.

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Make sure you buy one of those refillable cups! They're around $8 and each refill comes in around $1.05, they are valid for the SEASON and you can use them at both BG and SW without having the buy seperate ones for each park. We bought one in June and saved a fortune on drinks this way!

For food, Shamu bars are pretty tasty when they stay on the stick, I had a bit of a disaster with one of mine last trip lol! I think we ate in the buffet (used to be the Budweiser beer school) which was ok, all you can eat pizza, pasta and dessert (very yummy cookies). They also had unlimited soft drinks, coffee, hot and cold teas. It wasn't anything fancy but tasted alright and lots of seating inside.

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Another vote for the Underwater Grill, great food and setting. Dining with Shamu was well worth it last time I did it in 2009.

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