Top Three Things You Should Be Eating at Universal Orlando This Week (October 31st, 2021)


Halloween season is ending. The winter holidays are about to take over. When the winter holiday season is in full swing, there will be lots of seasonal menu items to enjoy. Until then, this would be a good week to enjoy some of the year-round top choices at Universal Orlando.

Here are three Universal Orlando menu items you should try this week:

Korean Tacos at Bumblebee Man’s Taco Truck

These theme park fusion style inventions are surprisingly good in terms of value and flavor. For $10.99 you will get two tacos and a side of tortilla chips. The tortillas are generally very fresh.

They are packed with Asian inspired braised beef finished with a zesty cucumber and radish topping. The combination of flavors works very well. I often hear theme park media people pass this truck in Springfield USA area moaning that they eat something of less quality earlier.

You can read more about these tacos here.

Butterbeer Potted Cream Found in Both Wizarding World Quick Service Locations

Perhaps, you enjoy the sugary drink known as “Butterbeer.” Many people prefer (Muggles like myself) their butterbeer flavor in more solid form like this potted cream. This dessert can be described a creamy butterscotch-like custard served in a cute small mason jar (you do not get to keep the jar-sorry). As a Muggle, when I have tasted it, it makes me think of a high-quality whipped cream with butterscotch sauce mixed in. This will cost you $5.79 but should satisfy your sweet tooth.

Webb Burger at Finnegan’s Bar and Grill

Photo by Kimmie Caputzal

This fan favorite burger takes one of the more popular appetizers, Potato and Onion Webb, and places it on a burger patty.

The Webb Burger costs $18.95 and comes with wedge fries or a side salad. This half pound burger patty is served on a warm pretzel bun. The burger toppings are corned beef, Swiss cheese, a crispy potato onion webb, lettuce, onion, and tomato. At some point, I should write a full review of this menu item. For now, let me say, it is worth it.

If you dine at Universal Orlando this week (or any upcoming week), you will not disappointed with these choices. Eat like you mean it!

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