Mythos Restaurant Menus, Prices and Review — UO FAN GUIDE

What Is Mythos Restaurant?

Mythos Restaurant is one of two full service restaurants in Universal's Islands of Adventure (the other is Confisco Grille). The term full service means that the restaurant has table service instead of a quick service counter. At Mythos, you will be seated at a table, and a server will take your order and wait on you for the duration of the meal. If you have a Universal Full Service Dining Plan, Mythos Restaurant is one of the places where you can get your full service meal. 

Between 2003 and 2009, Mythos was voted best theme park restaurant by Theme Park Insider, a fact that is proudly displayed on the exterior of the restaurant. Other restaurants have usurped this #1 status in recent years, but Mythos is still a good place to go if you are looking for quality theme park food or hoping to celebrate a special occasion. It is definitely the closest thing to fine dining at Universal's Islands of Adventure. Don’t worry about dressing up, though; there is no dress code. 

Mythos Restaurant Location

Mythos Restaurant is located in Lost Continent in Islands of Adventure. Look for the towering rock formations and waterfalls – you really can’t miss it. 

Theming

Mythos is a term used to describe a body of mythology, and that theme is certainly evident in Mythos Restaurant. The restaurant's designer, Jordan Mozer, based the theme primarily on two stories: the epic of Perseus (one of the most celebrated heroes of Greek mythology) and the story of Bellerophon (a hero whose greatest feat was slaying the Chimera).

The exterior walls are designed to look like ancient rocks. Greek gods and heroes are carved into the exterior of the restaurant. Lavish waterfalls pour down the craggy rock face. There are also pools of water at the foundation. 

The interior is equally impressive. This cavernous space also looks like it was carved out of rock. Representations of the Chimera, water nymphs, and the three brother kings of the seas (Phorcys, Nereus, and Thamus) are present in the restaurant.The River Styx also runs through the middle of Mythos. In Greek mythology, this river served as the boundary between Earth and the Underworld (Hades). Perseus crossed this river in his quest. 

The back of the restaurant has really tall windows that look out onto the interior lagoon of Islands of Adventure. From these windows, you get a good view of other areas of the park, including The Incredible Hulk Coaster and the rest of Marvel Superhero Island. Mythos also has an outdoor patio with beautiful views of the park.