Cover Photo : SeaWorld Seven Seas Food Festival — Walkabout Day Two 2022
The Caribbean Market booth is probably one of the first savory food item booths you'll walk past on the food festival trail.
The Jerk Chicken Hot Slider is from the Caribbean Market booth at the SeaWorld Seven Seas Food Festival booth. It's said to include brown sugar (presumably used in the sauce) and a pineapple salsa.
While I didn't find the Jerk Chicken Hot Slider to be particularly "hot", it was still a really great chicken slider. After sampling all three food items at the Caribbean Market booth this year... this was my favorite. (Although I'm not entirely convinced the Spicy Rum Cake I purchased, was made correctly.)
The Waterway Bar and Grill are both in the same building. If you walk into the front entrance, you'll see the "Bar" part, directly in front of you.
This is the Sea World Fin Pretzel from the Waterway Bar. It's served with a little dish of Beer Cheese Dip.
The All-American Market booth is actually located in a permanent spot that used to be known as Voyager's Snacks. As such, it's located right next to Voyager's Smokehouse.It's not clear if the location is being used just for the festival, or if Voyager's Snacks will return after the festival has ended.
This is the Lobster and White Cheddar KRAFT® Mac N Cheese from the All-American Market booth.
At the retail price point of $10.99, I still feel like this item is maybe a dollar too high, but it is a pretty filling plate of Mac N Cheese. You might be able to get one of these for "lunch" and be good until dinner. With most of the counter service location meals in the $15-$20 range, that's a pretty good deal.
The new Italian Market booth is nestled into a rather odd location, but still... it's out of the way, and kind of self contained. I do think that blue wall in the background could have looked a little more, Irish though.
This is the new Crispy Ruben Egg Roll from the Ireland Market booth. It's said to include Corned Beef, Swiss Cheese, Sauerkraut, and Thousand Island Dressing.
This fusion food item seems like it should be a good idea and really
work, but the Egg Roll portion of the dish was a little too thick and
dominated the flavor profile. That's not to say it was "bad" but it also
didn't really taste "Irish".
This is the Funnel Cake from the All-American Market booth this year.
While the sign makes it look like there's a choice of toppings... all
three are on the funnel cake.
This one is (more or less) the same size Funnel Cake as you might get in
other theme parks and not a "sample size"... so the $9.99 price point
seems to be about right.
Sunset at SeaWorld, Orlando.