Croissant Moon Bakery (quick-service) at Islands of Adventure

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Quick-service restaurant serving breakfast items, bakery goods, sweets, and sandwiches.

Two sentence insider summary
Croissant Moon Bakery isn’t listed on Universal’s in-park guide map even though it has been open for years. Nevertheless, the venue is notable because it’s located very close to the park entrance and it’s open for breakfast — and because its slightly hidden position in the area’s architecture keeps the lines short most of the time.

Croissant Moon Bakery at Universal’s Islands of Adventure.

Prices for items and entrees vary from $3 to $9.

Sample menu
On The Run Continental Breakfast $5.99
Ham, Egg & Cheese Croissant Sandwich $4.79
Smoked Turkey Port of Call Sandwich $8.99
Hot Pressed Paninis $8.89
Danish $2.39
Cakes & Pies $2.49 – $4.89

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by Stephanie Schroeder on Croissant Moon Bakery
Start your day off right!
Date Of Last Visit: 9/23/13

Croissant Moon caught my eye on our last trip. I always wanted to try it but the title of Bakery confused me. Upon entering, I saw that they served breakfast food! This was perfect for me because being a vegetarian, it is sometimes hard to find breakfast foods without meats that are still substantial in the parks. I ordered the Croissant with only eggs and cheese. The croissant was flaky and buttery (so delicious) exactly as I like them! The eggs were not spectacular but they tasted pretty good and the cheese was melted well on the sandwich. The shop was too small for us to sit inside but it turned out to be a good thing as the cute tables and chairs outside made for a relaxing and somewhat romantic start to our day!

Reasonable Price and Tasty Food
Date Of Last Visit: January 22, 2014

My wife and I visited the Croissant Moon Bakery on the last day of our three-day trip. We started with early admission to Harry Potter and having eaten at the Three Broomsticks the day before, we wanted to try something different.

We were a little tired and it was a little cold that day (it was below freezing the night before) so we ducked in after our hour at Harry Potter.

The multiple doors and entrances made it slightly confusing, because the line moves from only one direction, but once you figured out where to start, the line moved quickly and the food was delicious.

There was a ton of fresh rolls and breads, but we both settled for breakfast sandwiches (ham, egg and cheese croissant). They were hot and delicious and hit the spot. They have coffee and plenty of other beverages to choose from.

While we just had the sandwiches, there was fresh fruit, pastry, rolls, panini sandwiches and more to choose from, so you could easily do lunch or a snack here as well.

So as you're walking into the entrance of Islands of Adventure and wonder where that delicious smell is coming from, odds are, it's coming from the Bakery. Stop in and you won't be disappointed!

by debra edwards on Croissant Moon Bakery
cream horns
Date Of Last Visit: 10/31/2013

This place has the best....and I do mean the best cream horns in the entire world....they are to die for.

by Mary T. on Croissant Moon Bakery
All pros, no cons! Come and get your grub on
Date Of Last Visit: October 2012

This is more than just a bakery. It is a cozy, cool, "smells like heaven" must-go! On one of the days my family and I were visiting IOA we had decided to grab lunch before the rush. The family decided to go to Suess Landing to eat from one of the quick-service venues. Being a vegetarian the options were slim for me, but I was very hungry and wanted more than just sharing fries, so I took off in search. When I walked into the Croissant Moon Bakery I was over- taken not only by the delicious smell, but the amazing display of baked goods and fruit in cases at the cash wrap. I asked if they had any veggie options and they accomodated me quickly, giving me one of the most delicious, fresh, and quiet big, veggie croissants Ive ever had. They made it right in front of me and added a little fruit on the side as well. All in all it was around $11, not bad at all considering it was a decent sized meal, made fresh and not fried! I also believe this is a better option when you plan on riding many thrill rides during your visit, no grease just greens:) Now, they do have a variety of meaty meals as well, and when leaving the park you can swing in here and take care of that sweet tooth, so this nice little place has it all! I highly encourage you to give this a try!

by Jacob Goodman on Croissant Moon Bakery
The Moon Bakery is Out Of this world
Date Of Last Visit: September, 24, 2012

There is nothing like getting up in the morning and knowing that you are going to get a great breakfast. Whenever we headed for the Islands Of Adventure in the morning we would stop there to get a danish, or cookie, or a bagel. You can tell everything is fresh just from the aroma you sense right when you walk through the door. Another great thing about this place is that it is fairly close to the best roller coaster ever The Incredible Hulk. So after your done eating you feel energized enough the day from the sweet's and take your day in the park head on.


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