Universal's Islands of Adventure in The Lost Continent
Sandwiches, Pizza, Pastas, and Salads
Lunch and Dinner: Child $7-8
Outside the restaurant is a sign proclaiming that
Mythos was voted world’s best theme park restaurant by visitors to the
website theme parkinsider.com, an honor it has earned seven times, most
recently in 2019.
The food is well above average for theme park eats, and the setting provides
a pleasant retreat. The spanakopita dip isn’t far off from T.G.I. Friday’s spinach
dip, but the meze platter and deep-fried shrimp sushi roll are satisfying. Your
best bets among the entrées are the cranberry pork chop (one of Seth’s favorite
entrées on property); a bacon cheeseburger; the Fork, Knife and Spoon
Grilled Cheese (Derek Burgan’s recommendation); or the seasonal mushroom
Setting and Atmosphere
A grottolike atmosphere suggests that you’re eating
in a cave. Large picture windows, framed by water cascading down from
waterfalls on top of the restaurant, look out over the central lagoon to The
Incredible Hulk Coaster. You can time your meal by coaster launchings.
Reservations can be made online via Zomato.
Fried calamari, meze platter, Greek salad, pan-roasted
salmon, blue cheese–crusted pork, beef medallions, grilled cheese sandwich,
Moroccan-spiced lamb chops, and seasonal risotto.
A good place inside the park for appetizers and drinks.
Diners with dietary restrictions will be happy to see that Mythos has more options for vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free diners than almost any other Universal restaurant.
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