At Universal Orlando Mardi Gras 2021, it is more than just the good times rolling. With more than 100 new food and beverage options on the menu, guests will want to come back over and over to enjoy all the tasty treats. Whether you want to try a taste of New Orleans or prefer to travel the globe in bold flavors, there is a food choice to satisfy every and any craving.
Celebrated now through March 28, Universal Orlando Mardi Gras 2021 is a food lover’s dream. For anyone who has been experiencing wanderlust, the journey across the world in food is quite satisfying. If you want to get a “stamp” for each of those food experiences, you could create your own festival passport.
While all the dishes look quite tasty, a few classics are back again. From the crawfish boil to the always popular beignets, those New Orleans favorites bring smiles every time.
What new dishes are coming to Universal Orlando Mardi Gras 2021?
Since this year’s event celebrates a carnaval of international flavors, a few dishes can push guests food experiences. From the Pernil and Mofongo from Puerto Rico to Paella Mixta from Spain and even a Moqueca de Camarao from Brazil, the various dishes have bold, creative flavors but have a similar theme. Each dish is a celebration in each bite.
To balance all the savory dishes, the dessert delight. One must try dish is the Poached Pear Crème Brulee Crepe. One bite of this crepe will have you swooning.
In addition to the tasty food, there are a wide array of cocktails on the menu. The Queen’s Park Swizzle is a delightful take on the tradition Caribbean cocktail.
With so many tempting options, many guests might prefer to purchase the Mardi Gras tasting lanyard. It is a great way to savory all of the treats around the theme park.
While Universal Studios is the heart of the celebration, Universal City Walk and the on property hotels are joining in the fun. Of course, Voodoo Doughnut has a great limited edition doughnut for the occasion. The Bananas Fosters doughnut is a must try.
Universal Orlando Mardi Gras 2021 runs from February 6 through March 28. Food and beverage purchases are in addition to theme park admission. All guests must follow Universal Orlando health and safety protocols. For more information, please visit the Universal Orlando website.
Are you excited to eat your way through the Mardi Gras celebration? What is your favorite carnaval food?