Inspired by international street food, the Seven Seas Food Festival lets you sip and sample delicious selections from all around the world. The Brazilian, Asian and Caribbean stations all had food and drink that I would love to go back and try, such as bacon wrapped plantains, bao bun sandwiches or Jamaican patties. There are also Italian, Pacific, American and Vegan stations with a medley of good selections.
The Frozen Lagoon Punch was good and very sweet. It reminded me of lychee, a specialty Asian fruit that is becoming increasingly popular in the west. It was big enough for my mom and I to split. We also tried a mojito and daiquiri, and personally liked them better when mixed together as it balanced out the sweet and bitter flavors in the drinks.
Below you can see SeaWorld's video featuring their top seven dishes at the festival.
Another feature of the festival is their star-studded concert series. I was there to see Lifehouse perform live. I reserved seats in section B and I was only three rows away from the stage!