This retro restaurant serves up classic diner fare for lunch and dinner like burgers and fries, chicken fingers, onion rings and milkshakes. You'll also find one of the 20 Coca-Cola Freestyle locations at this restaurant. If you haven't already, you can purchase a Coca-Cola Freestyle Souvenir Cup that gives you refills throughout the day or you can add an extra day of refills to your already purchased Freestyle Souvenir Cup. For guests 21 and up, Mel's also serves bottled beer.
|Vinyl booth with plexiglas dividers|
|Coca-Cola Freestyle machines|
On our recent visit, I ordered the Chicken Fingers Platter and my husband ordered the Grilled Chicken Sandwich. We both made our platters a combo with fries and a regular shake. The chicken fingers were what you would expect of theme park chicken fingers so no complaints here! My husband thought his sandwich was just okay. The grilled chicken was a healthier option than my fried chicken fingers but it lacked some flavor. Since my visit to Mel's, I've heard great things about the BBQ Brisket Burger so I plan on trying that menu item on my next visit.great video and step by step instructions on the Universal website. We used the mobile ordering on our visit and found it really easy to use and super convenient! The Universal Dining Plan is accepted at this restaurant and requires the use of 1 Quick-Service Meal which includes 1 entree and 1 non-alcoholic beverage.
The hours of operation vary so check the restaurant, Universal Orlando Resort App or see Guest Services for details.
Mel's Drive In is a great option if you're looking for a quick service meal with some 1950s nostalgia.