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Our Top Table Service Dining Choices at Universal CityWalk


Universal's CityWalk is a dining, shopping and entertainment area with so many options.  Where to begin?  The Kingdom Konsultant agents have been busy trying the options for you to help give you an idea of what to expect and maybe narrow some things down.  All of these restaurants are quite popular and reservations are recommended. 

3. Bigfire

Bigfire is going to be your more upscale/fine dining option at Universal CityWalk.  The d├ęcor is modern and features an open kitchen, the bar serves up craft cocktails and the menu features wood-fired dishes.  All of the food we tried here was delicious and the prices felt reasonable for the quality of food we tried.  If you want a nicer meal, definitely check out Bigfire (but if you show up in theme park clothes, you will be just fine too!).

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2. The Cowfish Sushi Burger Bar

This is simply one of my favorite places to eat.  Burgers please the pickiest eaters while sushi fans will rejoice at the selection.  For the most adventurous, there is "burgushi" which is a burger-sushi hybrid and the most unique item you will find here.  There is even a PB&J sushi bento box for kids. Cowfish is located on the second story and offers indoor and outdoor seating.



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1. Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen

While this restaurant is of course perfect for the chocoholics, it has a menu with a variety of choices as well.  The milkshake bar is popular, but you are missing out if you don't do a full sit-down meal here.  The theming inside is detailed and beautiful and the food and beverage are delightful.  It is hard to miss this huge restaurant as it will immediately draw the eye in.  This is a unique dining experience with an entire story behind it that you can only find at Universal!

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Honorable Mention: Vivo Italian Kitchen

Vivo is centrally located and serves up great Italian fare with fresh pasta, but great Italian is pretty common across Orlando and other big cities, so our top three focus on more unique dining experiences that will make your vacation memories stand out. 

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What is your favorite place to dine at Universal CityWalk?  Let us know in the comments!


Maci is an avid foodie and loves trying out new restaurants and seasonal food offerings in the parks.  You can email Maci at maci@kingdomkonsultant.com.

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