Burger at Spice Mill at SeaWorld

*This dining experience took place in December 2016.

Spice Mill at SeaWorld

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Spice Mill, a quick service restaurant at SeaWorld Orlando, serves burgers, fries, and sandwiches cafeteria-style. I tried Spice Mill a few months back and was really impressed with the chef interaction and the burger that I had.

On this visit, Brandon and I had been enjoyed SeaWorld’s Christmas festivities — which are so much fun & I would highly recommend. But, of course, we needed to grab a bite to eat in the midst of all of the fun.

Spice Mill Interior

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I really love the interior of Spice Mill. Despite the fact that it’s a cafeteria style restaurant, there are a lot of nice touches and decor that help boost up the ambiance.

Spice Mill Allergy Products

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I also like that Spice Mill carries several allergy friendly snacks. Not all are gluten free, but they do have several options. They can easily be found behind the counter at most quick service locations.

Burger at Spice Mill at SeaWorld

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Because I was starving, I went with a double cheeseburger and fries, thinking it would be similar in size to those served at Disney World. I was mistaken because it was huge!

The bun, which is usually Udi’s Gluten Free, was fine — nothing special there. The fries were good and piping hot. The winner for me was the cheeseburger, which was unbelievably good. I have to give it to SeaWorld for having the best in-park burgers of all the theme parks in the area. I really don’t like the ones at Universal and the ones at Disney are often not so great either. The burgers at SeaWorld are always really juicy and nicely seasoned, making them an actual tasty meal.

Overall, I really like Spice Mill at SeaWorld Orlando. It’s definitely quickly becoming my go-to meal choice when we visit the park for consistently good burgers and decent portions.

Have you been to Spice Mill? What do you think of the options here? 

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