Restaurant review: Sharks Underwater Grill at SeaWorld Orlando
The fourth finalist in this year's quest for Best Theme Park Restaurant
is Sharks Underwater Grill at SeaWorld Orlando. It's got one of the best views any restaurant can have, and the ambience in the dining room allows the shark and fish-filled "pool," as they call it, to be the star. Service is top notch too. So there you have it, a really terrific restaurant.
Wait a minute, I'm forgetting something...
Ah, yes, the food.
Read the full review at Scott Joseph's Orlando Restaurant Guide.
Then, if you've dined at Sharks Underwater Grill in the past year, submit your rating and leave a comment on the restaurant's TPI listing page.
So ... is there even one exceptional theme park restaurant? Mythos and Brown Derby got average reviews, and Le Cellier and Shark's got poor reviews.
NBA City, Josh, it never fails to please!
I think Sharks is a great place to eat. Especially in the bar. I love watching the little fish swim under my plate as I am eating. I always make sure I am not eating fish.
While I may not have visited all of these restaurants, I love the reviews. I hope Scott reads these comments, because these give me great ideas on where to take friends and family in July. Thanks, Scott!
I hope that the message the
I am one of the Chefs at Sharks Underwater Grill. We strive each and every day to provide the best quality food to our guests. Being a company that is concerned with over fishing, we only serve IQF certified seafood, meaning that each product we use is certified to be sustainable at the current seafood harvest rates. There is a limited number of seafood products that are certified at present and in developing those products into our menu has taken many many hours of testing and tasting to meet our intended flavor profiles. As more certified products become available, be certain that we will be testing and bringing to market a quality product for our guests. Thank you. DJ Loyd
It's great to get the views and opinions of people, like Allan, who actually work in the places we can only discuss from the customer's perspective.
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