Thursday, April 18, 2024

Eating A Ton At The Seven Seas Food Festival At SeaWorld

 We always love food festivals! It's always fun to sample different foods from various parts of the world. SeaWorld always has a Seven Seas Food Festival and we look forward to going every year. There's food and drinks for 10 different countries with over 100 offerings. We normally go for the food though. I've never been a big drinker, but many people show up for the booze. 

One of our favorite stops is Mexico. They have delicious tacos, sopapillas, and street corn. 

Here's the menu:

Allow me to do an ode to the street corn.

Oh, corn!

How I love thee!

Your crunch, your flavors...

Make happiness exude from me!

So, fine, it's not that great, but trust me, try this corn, or it's real name is Fried Elote Con Queso. It's fried corn with mayo, queso, cotija, lime, and coriander. 

We also got the Shredded Braised Beef street taco, and it was incredible, as it always is. It has shreded braised beef, queso fresco, pickled red onion, radish, serrano pepper, and micro cilantro:

Plus the Chicken Carnitas With Grilled Corn Salsa Street Taco:

Then we wandered over to France, which is another fave.

We absolutely LOVE the banana & strawberry hazelnut crepe. It's made so well, with a dollop of whipped cream:

I do not like mushrooms. It's fungus. But the kids are fans, so I also ordered the mushroom, spinach, and swiss. They said it was tasty and the mushroom didn't taste canned. If they were, the flavor was masked well, because they gobbled everything up:

We also tried the Ham & Herbed Cream Cheese crepe, and I found it to be savory with a nice flavor. The hazelnut is still my fave though!

We stopped off at Germany next, and there's always a fun photo area:

I realized I forgot to take a picture of the menu, but this is the schnitzel sandwich, and it was superb. The bun tasted fresh and I was a fan of the sauce:

The braised beef goulash was amazing as well:

Finally, we stopped off at Hawaii. Mind you, there were many other booths we skipped, but we were getting full, so we wanted to be sure to hit our faves. 

We got the Hawaiian Macaroni Salad with Spam. This was the only dish of the day that I wasn't impressed with. There was just way too much going on. There was macaroni, spam, pineapple, edamame, carrot, green onions, and garlic aioli:

However, the Hula Dog is a winner! It's made on a Hawaiian sweet roll, smoked sausage, sweet cabbage slaw, red chili aioli, and furicake seasoning:

We always get the salmon poke bowl. There are various flavors like spicy tuna, spicy tofu, and teriyaki spam. These are always made well, so I highly recommend them!

At this point, we were incredibly full, so we decided to call it a day. We'll return though. The Seven Seas Food Festival at SeaWorld goes on until May 27th on select days so we'll have plenty of time.

What looks the best to you here?


  1. All of these meals/snacks look so amazing! And seaward is one of our favorite places to go. We will have to try and make a trip during this event.

  2. I have only been to sea world once and I wish that I could go again. Maybe this summer I can take my son. We took our lunch in a cooler and at in the parking lot last time. So if we go agai, I’ll bring extra money to sample some of their foods.

  3. Wow, the Seven Seas Food Festival at SeaWorld sounds like an absolute blast! Your descriptions of the food have my mouth watering.

  4. Wow what an amazing foodie event and I so wish I loved closer to chekc this out for myself! The pics of food form the different countries look amazing and I want to try it all!

  5. That elote corn looks great! Looks just like the street corn that we have had in Mexico. It is nice to enjoy so many yummy foods.

  6. Sounds like you had a wonderful time and all of those dishes are looking absolutely delicious!

  7. The dishes at the Seven Seas Food Festival looked incredibly appetizing, with vibrant colors and enticing presentations that made my mouth water. The diverse range of flavors and unique ingredients used in each dish added an exciting culinary experience to the festival.

  8. so many food offerings .. i thnk my favorite (not only because it might be the only veg option here) is the Fried Elote Con Queso

  9. I love food festivals! The corn and crepes looked so good!!

  10. This looks like a really fun event. The Salmon Poke bowl looks delicious. Spicy tuna and tofu sounds fantastic.

    It's been a while since I had one. How I wish we can attend the festival too.


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