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Mythos (full-service) at Universal’s Islands of Adventure

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Mythos at Universal's Islands of Adventure
Mythos at Universal’s Islands of Adventure

What is Mythos?

Mythos is the fine-dining restaurant at Islands of Adventure. You will usually find the best Universal in-park food here, with a surprisingly vibrant collection of entrees to choose from – all served inside a truly stunning building. A full-service venue serving contemporary American dishes with a bit of international flair, Mythos is often open only for lunch.

Where is Mythos located?

Mythos at Universal's Islands of Adventure
The restaurant’s stunning exterior

In The Lost Continent, which is in Islands of Adventure.

Mythos – hours and reservations

Mythos is typically open during park hours, but this is, of course, subject to change.

You can make your reservations online.

What was Mythos’s opening date?

May 28, 1999

Mythos at Universal's Islands of Adventure
The detailed decor of Mythos

Grilled Lamb Meatballs – $14.00
Grilled spiced lamb, rosemary infused polenta, Kalamata olives and sweet chili marinara, and mint chimichurri

Semolina Crusted Calamari – $14.00
Tender calamari flash fried, served with Spanish chorizo aioli, and marinara and charred lemon

Shrimp Sushi Katsu Roll – $13.00
Flash-fried panko crust, sweet soy, and wasabi aioli

Mediterranean Grilled Octopus – $16.00
Citrus charred octopus, charred corn and Kalamata olive relish, and roasted garlic lime aioli

Spanakopita Dip – $11.00
A savory blend of spinach, feta cheese, lemon and fresh herbs, served hot with fresh pita chips seasoned with za’atar spice, with fresh cucumber, and tomato and olives

Mezze Platter – $12.00
A tasting of housemade hummus, baba ghanoush, marinated fennel, and Kalamata olives served with charred pita

Lemon Hummus – $11.00
spiced chickpeas, kalamata olives, green onions, smoked paprika, herbed lavash, and charred pita

Soup and Salads

Chef’s Signature Greek
Shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, red onions, kalamata olives, feta crackers, herb-lemon vinaigrette, and shaved marinated feta
Grilled Chicken $23 | Shrimp $25 | Salmon $26

Crisp iceberg lettuce, blue cheese vinaigrette, cherry tomatoes, red onion, bacon crumbles, croutons
Grilled Chicken $21 | Shrimp $23 | Salmon $24

Heart of Romaine Caesar
Crisp romaine lettuce, roasted plum tomato, charred pita, housemade Caesar dressing, shaved Parmesan
Grilled Chicken $21 | Shrimp $23 | Salmon $24

Tuscan Tomato Soup – $8.00
Slow-roasted hearty tomato soup, housemade croutons, Parmesan, basil oil drizzle


Add cup of soup or a side salad to any entree for $6

Spinach and Ricotta Ravioli – $22.00
spinach and roasted garlic ravioli, Davina tomatoes, sweet peas, herb whipped ricotta, basil cream sauce 

Brick Oven Roasted Chicken – $25.00
Ras El Hanout spiced half chicken, Dijon roasted fingerling potatoes, garlic roasted sugar snap peas, natural juss

Beef Loin Medallions – $28.00
Yukon potato puree, satuéed haricot vert, watermelon radish, watercress, red wine reduction

Souvlaki Couscous Bowl 
Za’atar spiced couscous, fresh cucumbers, marinated artichoke, kalamata olives, spiced chickpeas, feta cheese, tzatziki, tahini dressing
Tofu $23 | Soulvaki chicken kebob $25 | Moroccan Beef Kabob $27
Vegan alternative without crumbled feta and tzatziki dressing

Gnocchi Bolognese – $22.00
Slow simmered beef and tomato sauce, cream, crispy Parmesan wafers

Sea Scallop and Barley Risotto – $34.00
Roasted wild mushrooms, red wine demi, shaved grana Padano, pea tendrils

Catch of the Day* – MP
Our chefs daily selection of the freshest sustainable fish served with Ajvar spiced couscous, fennel, and red pepper relish, sauteed sugar snap peas and ponzu butter sauce 

Moroccan Lamb Ossobucco – $37.00
Slow braised lamb with tricolor carrots, garbanzo beans, sweet peppers, and eggplant in a spiced tomato broth with creamy polenta

12oz Bone-In Pork Chop – $29.00
Blue cheese cranberry crust, dijon roasted fingerling potatoes, cannellini, and corn succotash, natural reduction

Pad Thai  – $26.00
Rice noodles, mixed vegetables, chicken, and shrimp tossed in a mild sweet and sour sauce
request vegan alternative with crispy tofu and vegan peanut sauce $22

Pan Roasted Wild Salmon* – $33.00
Forbidden black fried rice, edamame, shiitake mushrooms, asparagus, romesco sauce


Traditional Bacon Cheeseburger – $20.00
Half-pound topped with cheddar cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and French fries

Balsamic Grilled Chicken Sandwich – $18.00
marinated grilled chicken breast, roasted garlic lime cilantro aioli, bacon, grilled red onion, lettuce, tomato, mozzarella cheese, served with French fries

Fork, Knife, and Spoon Grilled Cheese – $19.00
A unique presentation of a classic three-cheese sandwich set in a Tuscan tomato soup with crispy pork belly and house-made chips

Mythos Signature Lamb Burger – $20.00
Hand-packed ground lamb with grilled onion, shredded lettuce, fresh tomato, and feta-olive aioli, served with French fries

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Average rating:  
 28 reviews
 by phillip painter
Date Of Last Visit: 7/13

best place to eat in both parks, reasonable, neat atmosphere and can sit down and get cool, need reservations most of the time, good selection of food, highly recommend this

 by Tara Jones
Date Of Last Visit: 4/26/2014

Mythos has a great reputation, but I have found it to be just average as far as restaurants go. The theming is impressive, but the wait times are generally long (although I think you can make reservations if you want.). The food is decent, but not anything to rave about. The only reason I would eat at Mythos as opposed to one of the nearby counter service places is if I really felt the need to sit down and be served on real plates. Sometimes, you just need to feel real silverware in your hand rather than plastic, so if you are in that kind of mood, Mythos is a perfectly decent, average restaurant to eat at.

 by Aly
Not worth the hype
Date Of Last Visit: 3/30/14

I tried Mythos after hearing how great of a restaurant was and I was slightly disappointed with the food. Firstly, there is almost always a wait for the restaurant. The best part of eating at Mythos was the inside decor and structure of the building. It is very cool to see at least once. The service was not the greatest and was a little slow. I ordered the Pad Thai and it was a very big portion, but a little lacking in flavor. I had very high expectations for the restaurant, but I felt that I could have gotten better food somewhere else. Would rather have spent the money at the Three Broomsticks. Overall, the scenery of the restaurant is great, but the dish I had was seriously lacking in flavor.

 by Mary
Worth $3 more
Date Of Last Visit: April 2014

If you are worried that you will spend too much if you go to a table service restaurant at a theme park, know's maybe $3 more and worth it to relax and be served! We dined at Thunder Falls in Jurassic Park (which is quick service waiting in line) on our first day and spent almost the same amount at Mythos. I'm a HUGE HP fan and only wish IOA would keep the Lost Continent for this restaurant! The plates have fine dining presentations. The sushi roll is beautiful and fresh. The Asian salad was great and the grilled fish. We didn't have kids with us but I was amazed at the selections on the kids menu. You won't regret picking this place instead of one of the quick service places.

Dietary restrictions
Date Of Last Visit: June 2013

Chose Mythos in the hopes of finding a gluten and dairy free meal for my wife. We weren't disappointed. Staff were very attentive and went through the menu to ensure we had a great dining experience. Meal was great and service was as well. Great place for a family meal for those with or without dietary restrictions.

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