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Thursday, March 23, 2017

The menu at Universal's Volcano Bay actually looks pretty decent

Posted By on Thu, Mar 23, 2017 at 4:52 PM

Universal Orlando just teased a few menu items that will be available at their yet-to-open Volcano Bay water park, and well, everything looks pretty good.

The South Pacific-inspired dishes include items like "Poke Poke Bowls," mango BBQ pulled pork sandwiches and island chicken salad. For those looking for something you'd find a typical water park, don't to worry, hamburgers and french fries will also be on the menu.



Corporate Executive Chef Steve Jayson and Universal Orlando's culinary team are responsible for creating the new menu, which is offering over 60 dishes.

The new grub will be served at four different locations throughout the park, including Kohola Reef Restaurant & Social Club, Whakawaiwai Eats, Bambu and the Feasting Frog.

Universal's Volcano Bay opens on May 25.
click to enlarge "Poke poke" bowl. - PHOTO VIA UNIVERSAL ORLANDO
  • Photo via Universal Orlando
  • "Poke poke" bowl.
click to enlarge Taco sampler. - PHOTO VIA UNIVERSAL ORLANDO
  • Photo via Universal Orlando
  • Taco sampler.
click to enlarge Pulled pork sandwich. - PHOTO VIA UNIVERSAL ORLANDO
  • Photo via Universal Orlando
  • Pulled pork sandwich.

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