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Mama's Kitchen sleeps with the fish at Seaworld Orlando

Sea World Orlando: Seem's like Mama's Kitchen went the way of the Hospitality House. Now is replaced by the Antarctic Market... much different menu and appeal. Apparently, eating healthy isn't profitable.

From tilikum shamu
Posted March 31, 2009 at 8:07 PM
Seem's like Mama's Kitchen went the way of the Hospitality House. Now is replaced by the Antarctic Market... much different menu and appeal. Apparently, eating healthy isn't profitable. It will be interesting to see what else comes to pass in the In-Beg era of ownership. Park cleanliness and service has already suffered.


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From Rob P
Posted April 1, 2009 at 8:32 AM
Is it wise to put fish on the menu at Seaworld ?

Shamu will be shamed
Dolphins delirious
Sharks snapping mad

Nemo burger anyone ?

From Andrew Holden
Posted April 1, 2009 at 12:01 PM
I think that it's about time!!!!!!!!!!!!

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