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Food Review – Green Eggs & Ham at Universal Orlando Resort

In my opinion, Universal has been lacking in the Quick Service Food department for a long time. We always leave and go to Moe’s on the City Walk if we’re hungry. That has seriously changed now that they have opened Green Eggs & Ham!

Without giving away too much too soon, we LOVED IT. We walked up and there was no line – I think that a lot of people just don’t realize that it’s there. I’m hoping that this changes and Universal keeps it open!

Here’s a look at the menu:

All of the entrees come in a pie pan, except for The Who Hash, which comes in a “can”. (Tip – you can ask for the can on the side, and they will bring it out in a pie pan. It would make a cute souvenir!)

We ordered the Buffalo Chicken Tots, the Pizza Tots, and the S,Mores. Y’all – LOOK AT THESE!

It was SO MUCH FOOD! There were 2 of us, and we easily could have split 1 of these as a meal. The pricing wasn’t bad – each one was $9.99 and we got 1 soda. With our passholder discount, our cost for all 3 and the drink was about $30.

The Buffalo Chicken Tots had pieces of boneless wings cut up, cheese, and ranch. They were SO GOOD. I would compare this to a Mountain Melt at Ale House. If you like extra ranch, they have ranch packets that you can use.

The Pizza Tots were also delicious! They had marinara, cheese, pepperoni, and sausage. There’s a ton of marinara in the bottom of the pan that you can dip the tots in, so there’s no shortage of flavor.

The S’mores totally stole the show – they were A M A Z I N G. There was a graham cracker crust, toasted marshmallows, and melted NUTELLA. It doesn’t get much better than that. It was served warm, and even though we were super full, we cleaned it out!

Universal has definitely given *the other park* a run for their money with this quick service location. Fingers crossed that they keep it open!

Have you tried the food at Green Eggs and Ham? What did you think? Let us know!

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