LEGOLAND Florida offers up all American fare, with most dining geared towards its target audience of kids 2 – 12. There is that kid-friendly stuff like burgers and dogs, but some healthier options are available at certain locations.
You are not allowed to bring in outside food – except in some special needs cases and infants. Alcohol is not allowed to be brought onto LEGOLAND Florida property.
Prices are very tourism-like with burgers and such for full portions at $8+ and kid’s menu at $5+.
We had pizza and pasta at the Fun Town Pizza Pasta Buffet. The size of the buffet is decent, with plenty of options to choose from. Salads were fresh and good. We found the to be average and basic, the pasta only slightly better. Other theme parks have the same with better flavor. Smells at other locations around the park attracted us, but this pizza and pasta you might wish to pass by for its flavor vs cost. The tables from which to choose are typical height, but deep, so smaller children will need help. Pepsi products are on tap.
(These are as of opening day, October, 2011)
- City Stage Snack Bar: Hot dogs and chips
- Lakeside Sandwich Co:sandwiches, wraps, salads
- Robot Pit Stop: Funnel cakes with toppings
- The Fried Chicken Co: Fried chicken in secret coating
- Cap’n Brickbeard’s Burger: Hamburgers and cheeseburgers and fries.
- Castle Burger: Hamburgers and cheeseburgers and fries.
- Fun town Pizza Pasta Buffet: Buffet style pizza and pasta with salads.
- Granny’s Apple Fries: Granny Smith apple fries dusted with cinnamon and sugar, served with vanilla dipping sauce.
- Fun Town Ice Cream: Unilever ice cream, cappuccino, caffe latte and espresso – for ice cream lovers.
- Candy Corner: wide selection of candies.
- Market Restaurant: Gourmet coffee, cappuccino, caffe late, Pepsi beverages, Aquafina water, fresh fruit, pastries, snacks, salads, soups, rotisserie, Asian fusion, specialty desserts.