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Food at DC

Discussion in 'SeaWorld/Discovery Cove/Aquatica' started by Skywatcher, Sep 15, 2008.

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    Now its all inclusive what sort of food can you get is it table service? what sort of snacks /drinks are avaliable ?
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    When you arrive you get shown to the restaurant for breakfast - it's cereals, fruits, pastries etc, buffet style (I don't think there was hot stuff :unsure:) it was all very nice.

    Lunch is back in the restaurant, there was 5 or 6 choices of meals which again were nice, I think there was a burger and chicken stir fry among the options to choose from then dessert. It's counter service but not a buffet. They have the selection on offer plated for you to see what you are ordering but then you order from the counter and then go and find a table.

    Snack wise there were oreos, soft pretzels, fruit, slushie drinks, crisps and then soft drinks and Beer.

    I'm sure someone else has a better memory than me but that gives you a basic idea. :)
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    Yum :D didn't know breakfast was included as well - :D
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    The breakfast was lovely - when you check in a guide shows you where everything is and walks you down to the restaurant - you eat before you get changed into your wetsuit - thankfully as once I had put that on I didn't want to eat ever again :lol:
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    when did it get all inclusive?
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    I think it was sometime 2006/2007. We were there in Oct 2007 :)
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    The food at DC is actually quite good.
    Breakfast is croissants, toast, bagels, fruit, jams, cereal etc.....all cold
    Luch was lovely. I had the chicken pasta and DH had a stir fry. We had carrot cake and strawberries too.
    Snacks throughout the day if you have room for them included fig rolls, crisps, pretzels, fruit, shortbread etc. Drinks were beer, Pepsi products, bottled water, fruit juice and milk.
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    great - do they do burgers and stuff for picky kids?
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    They do indeed :p015: They had a few kids options of burgers/pizza/chicken strips etc
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    perfect - not fish though :D

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