Hello, Kate here…
We had a Wet and Wild Day today and Mr. Caveman and I floated around the lazy river for what seemed like hours while the cave kids lined up and swam the wild rides. It was great to be in the water on another super hot day.
We had breakfast at one of our favorite places, First Watch this morning and I will post about that tomorrow. We go there every time we come to Orlando. First Watch make the best omelets and the customer service is great. Check back tomorrow for more on that.
Tonight we ventured out so dinner is brought to you today by…
Medieval Times is a dinner theater and tournament.
We hit a crazy CRAZY storm as we arrived and Mr.Caveman dropped us at the castle’s draw bridge but by the time we ran in we were soaked. Hubby sat in the car a good 20 minutes waiting for the rain, mega thunder and lightning to subside and then made a run for it We had a fun night, the cave kids had a blast and it was great to watch them soaking up the atmosphere.
This was the feast, of which we ate the meat and the tomato soup.
For me it actually looked like this…
There was ample meat to be fair and I didn’t come away hungry, just a little disappointed that there were no veggies of any kind. I was left wanting for something sweet which led to a trip to Super Target on the way home for a 85% cacao choc fix
I must add that the above photo would have looked prettier before I began scoffing my chicken leg and for a non paleo person this dinner would be satisfying I’m sure. if I am honest I was a tad disappointed as a paleo eater. However the entertainment was awesome and really made the night!! You don’t just come to the Medieval Times for the food, you come for the entertainment and the all round medieval experience. For that it was great
Here’s the lowdown…
- Paleo options – just the meat and the tomato bisque soup (I think the soup was paleo)
- Gluten free menu – no
- Yummy? - Chicken was moist and the skin was crisp. The spare rib was tasty but I wanted more
- Is the food organic – no idea
- Adaptability – you could decline the garlic bread, potatoes and apple pastry but no alternatives (I did see that there was a vegetarian meal available)
- Price – $$$
- Wait time – none as the food was all part of the show
- Customer Service – good
- Go back again? - no
- Cool (entertainment) factor – Very good