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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 a 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

Roasted Beet Hummus – $13.00
Roasted beet hummus, Seasoned chickpeas, feta, diced beets, tahini, herb oil

Shrimp Meze – $14.00
Roasted jumbo prawns in a fennel tomato sauce, cucumber, tomato and olive relish, crumbled feta cheese

Baked Lamb Meatballs – $16.00
Rosemary-infused polenta, Kalamata olives, and sweet chili marinara, mint chimichurri

Semolina Crusted Calamari – $16.00
Tender calamari flash-fried and served with smoked paprika aioli, and charred lemon

Lemon Hummus – $13.00
Spiced chickpeas, Kalamata olives, green onions, smoked paprika, herbed lavash and charred pita

Mediterranean Spiced Charred Octopus – $19.00
Charred octopus, warm potato and garbanzo salad, charred shallot aioli, fresh cucumber, tomato and olives

Spanakopita Dip – $13.00
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, tomato, and olives

Mezze Platter – $14.00
A tasting of house-made hummus, baba ghanoush, marinated fennel, Kalamata olives served with charred pita

Soup and Salads

Tuscan Tomato Soup – $11.00
Slow-roasted hearty tomato soup, house-made croutons, Parmesan, basil oil drizzle

Chef’s Signature Greek – $17.00
Shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, red onions, Kalamata olives, feta crackers, cucumber, herb-lemon vinaigrette, marinated feta
Grilled Chicken $23 | Shrimp $26 | Salmon $28

Wedge – $16.00
Crisp iceberg lettuce, blue cheese vinaigrette, cherry tomatoes, red onion, bacon crumbles, croutons
Grilled Chicken $22 | Shrimp $25 | Salmon $27

Heart of Romaine Caesar – $16.00
Crisp Romaine, cherry tomatoes, charred pita, house-made Caesar dressing, shaved Grana Padano
Grilled Chicken $22 | Shrimp $25 | Salmon $27


Add cup of Tuscan Tomato soup for $7 or a Heart of Romaine Caesar salad for $8 to any entrée

Spinach and Garlic Ravioli – $25.00
Sautéed ravioli, tomato pomodoro sauce, fresh basil, grana Padano 

Brick Oven Roasted Chicken – $29.00
Mediterranean herb spiced half chicken, Dijon roasted fingerling potatoes, sautéed white asparagus, natural chicken jus

Beef Loin Medallions – $32.00
Yukon potato purée, sautéed haricot verts, radish, watercress, red wine reduction
add an additional 6 oz. of beef loin medallion for $20

Souvlaki Couscous Bowl 
Za’tar spiced couscous, fresh cucumbers, marinated artichoke, Kalamata olives, spiced chickpeas, feta cheese, tzatziki, tahini dressing
Tofu $25 | Soulvaki chicken kebob $28 | Moroccan Beef Kabob $29
Vegan alternative without crumbled feta, tahini, and tzatziki dressing

Sea Scallop and Asparagus Risotto – $38.00
Green asparagus risotto, Scallops, mushrooms, white asparagus, charred shallot aioli, pea tendrils , grana Padano

Catch of the Season* – MP
Our chef’s daily selection of the freshest sustainable fish, roasted fingerling potatoes, black lentils, roasted radish, salsa verde, arugula tomato salad 

Lamb Loin – $37.00
Seared lamb loin, roasted spring vegetable couscous, green asparagus, tomato herb chimichurri

12oz Bone-In Pork Chop – $32.00
Blue cheese cranberry crust, Dijon roasted fingerling potatoes, roasted Mediterranean spiced tri-color carrots, natural reduction

Pad Thai  – $29.00
Rice noodles, mixed vegetables, chicken and shrimp tossed in a mild sweet and sour peanut sauce
request vegan alternative with crispy tofu and vegan peanut sauce $25

Pan Roasted Salmon – $35.00
Roasted carrot purée, fingerling potatoes, shiitake mushrooms, baby spinach, crispy shaved asparagus and macerated red grapes


Mythos Signature Lamb Burger – $22.00
Hand-packed ground lamb, grilled onion, shredded lettuce, fresh tomato, feta-olive aioli, served with French fries

Fork, Knife, and Spoon Grilled Cheese – $21.00
A unique presentation of a classic 3 cheese sandwich set in a Tuscan tomato soup with crispy pork belly and garnished with house made chips

Traditional Bacon Cheeseburger – $21.00
Half-pound Creekstone farms Black Angus beef topped with cheddar cheese, bacon, lettuce and tomato served with French fries

Balsamic Grilled Chicken Sandwich – $20.00
Marinated grilled chicken breast, roasted garlic lime cilantro aioli, bacon, grilled red onion, lettuce, tomato, mozzarella cheese, served with French fries


Graham Cracker Pudding – $11.00
Warm graham cracker bread pudding, house-made apple cider caramel, graham cracker crumb, vanilla ice cream

Chocolate-Hazelnut Crème Brûlée – $11.00
Topped with a chocolate cookie crumble, fresh raspberry, and whipped cream

Chocolate Banana Gooey Cake – $9.00
Warm flourless chocolate cake drizzled with caramel sauce, topped with peanut butter ice cream, and candied bananas

Kids’ Menu


Garlic Cream Penne – $11.00
Garlic cream sauce served over fresh penne pasta

Beef Skewer – $12.00
Beef loin skewer on a bed of fluffy mashed potatoes served with sautéed green beans

Grilled Cheese – $11.00
White bread with American cheese served with French fries and choice of one side

Chicken Fingers – $11.00
Served with French fries and choice of one side

Mythos Burger – $11.00
Served with French fries and choice of one side

Cheese Pizza – $11.00
Add pepperoni +$2






Fountain Soda – $3.25
Coke, Coke Zero, Diet Coke, Fanta Orange, Sprite, Lemonade

Juice – $3.25
Orange, Apple, Cranberry, Pineapple, Peach

Milk – $3.25
2% or 1% Chocolate

Fruit Slush – $5.00
Strawberry, pineapple coconut, banana


Mythos Ice Cream – $4.00
Choice of vanilla or peanut butter

Mythos Mini Banana Split – $6.00
A mini version of a classic banana split


Pyrock – $11.00
Strawberry purée and lemonade dueling with raspberry essence garnished with lychee boba dragon eggs

Blizzrock – $11.00
Blue curaçao, Sprite, and fresh lime juice dueling with mint essence garnished with lychee boba dragon eggs

Specialty Drinks

Poseidon’s Fury – $16.25
Montelobos Mezcal, Cointreau, Gran Gala, Agave Nectar, Pineapple juice, splash of fresh lime juice, Tajin rim

Margarita Clase Azul – $28.00
Clase Azul Reposodo, Cointreau, Gran Gala, Agave Nectar, fresh lime juice

Apollo’s Antidote – $15.50
Refreshing and bright featuring New Amsterdam Gin and Vodka, Crème de Mure Blackberry, lemon juice, and Sprite

Spice Route Spritz – $15.50
Choya Umeshu sparkling plum wine, St. Augustine gin, simple syrup, lemon juice, cardamom bitters

Lady Roz – $16.00
Cavicchioli Prosecco is given a rosy glow with Gabriel Boudier creme de framboise, New Amsterdam gin, simple syrup, and lemon juice

Andy’s Ambrosia – $16.25
Creamy and fruit forward featuring blood orange and mango syrups, peach nectar with Malibu coconut rum and St. Augustin Gin shaken with whipped cream

River Styx – $14.75
Flowing with New Amsterdam Vodka, honeydew syrup, Dekuyper triple sec, Lime juice, cucumber concentrate topped with sprite and a sugar cane swizzle stick

Antheia’s Fizz – $17.00
The goddess of flowers Antheia would enjoy this mix of Italicus Bergamotto, St. Germaine Elderflower liqueur, Tonic, simple syrup and lemon juice

Mediterranean Mule – $16.25
Visit the shores of the Mediterranean with Candolini Grappa Bianca, BG Reynolds Falernum, lime juice, topped with Goslings ginger beer and lime

Immortal Old Fashioned – $16.25
Four Roses bourbon, crème de framboise, Cointreau liqueur finished with Peychaud’s and orange bitters

Mythos Margarita  – $15.50
El Jimador Tequila Blanco, Cointreau liqueur, Gran Gala liqueur, lime, agave

Naoussa Iced Tea – $14.75
Old Forester bourbon, agave, peach nectar, unsweetened iced tea, mint and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice

Raspberry Lemonade – $17.00
Ketel One Citroen vodka, black raspberry liqueur, sweet and sour, Sprite

Mythos Potion of the Gods – $14.75
Malibu Coconut rum, Captain Morgan Spiced rum, black raspberry liqueur, orange, cranberry, pineapple juices with a float of Cruzan 137 rum

Mythos Cucumber Martini – $16.25
Effen cucumber vodka, New Amsterdam gin, St. Elder elderflower liqueur, cucumber slices, fresh lime juice

Spanish Coffee – $15.50
Kahlúa, Felipe ll Brandy de Jerez Solera, coffee topped with spiced whipped cream

Sangria Rosé – $14.75
Refreshing Borsao Rosé and New Amsterdam gin blend as strawberries swirl into this rosy sangria

Sangria Blanco – $15.50
Monograph Assyrtiko and Bacardi Light rum fused with notes of pineapple and lemon



Bud Light, Yuengling – $11.00

Lagunitas IPA, Blue Moon, Orange Blossom Pilsner – $12.00

Heavy Seas TropiCannon Citrus IPA – $12.75


Miller Lite, Budweiser, Michelob Ultra – $9.00

Corona, Sam Adams, Angry Orchard, Guinness – $10.00

Stella Artois – $10.75


White Wine

Borsao Rosé – 12 Glass | 45 Bottle
Campo de Borja, Spain

Gerard Bertrand Côte des Roses Rosé – 13 Glass | 49 Bottle
Languedoc, France

Mohua Sauvignon Blanc – 14 Glass | 53 Bottle
New Zealand

Honig Sauvignon Blanc – 49 Bottle
Napa Valley, California

Pacific Rim Riesling – 11 Glass | 41 Bottle
Columbia Valley, Washington

Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio – 60 Bottle

Sonoma-Cutrer Chardonnay – 64 Bottle
Sonoma County, California

Kendall-Jackson Vintner’s Res. Chard – 13 Glass | 49 Bottle

Zenato Pinto Grigio – 14 Glass | 53 Bottle
delle Venezie, Italy

Chalk Hill Chardonnay – 16.00 Glass | 60 Bottle
Sonoma, California

Tarima “Mediterraneo” White Blend – 12 Glass | 45 Bottle

A to Z Riesling – 14 Glass | 53 Bottle
Dundee, Oregon

Stag’s Leap “Karia” Chardonnay – 105 Bottle
Napa Valley, California

Gaia “Monograph” Assyrtiko – 17 Glass | 64 Bottle
Nemea, Greece


Michel & Tina Gassier Côtes du Rhône – 16 Glass | 60 Bottle
Rhône, France

St. Francis Merlot – 16 Glass | 60 Bottle
Sonoma, California

Matchbook Malbec – 13 Glass | 49 Bottle
Dunnigan Hills, California

Trapiche Oak Cask Malbec – 11 Glass | 41 Bottle
Mendoza, Argentina

Sansonina “Evaluna” Cabernet – 15 Glass | 56 Bottle

Merryvale Starmont Cabernet Sauvignon – 17 Glass | 64 Bottle
Napa Valley, California

Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon – 135 Bottle
Alexander Valley, California

Wente “Southern Hills” Cabernet Sauvignon – 14 Glass | 53 Bottle
Livermore Valley, California

Mark West Pinot Noir – 12 Glass | 45 Bottle
Monterey County, California

Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon – 90 Bottle

Gaia “Monograph” Agiorgitiko – 15 Glass | 56 Bottle
Nemea, Greece

Tenshen Cabernet Sauvignon – 13 Glass | 49 Bottle
Paso Robles, California

Etude Pinot Noir – 120 Bottle
Napa Valley, California

Chateau Musar Jeune Rouge – 86 Bottle

Gundlach Bundschu Pinot Noir – 25 Glass | 94 Bottle
Sonoma, California

Gerard Bertrand “Hérésie” Corbieres – 12 Glass | 49 Bottle

Mas La Chavalière Cabernet Sauvignon – 17 Glass

Atlantis Red Blend – 16 Glass | 60 Bottle


Moët Brut Impérial Rosé – 28 Glass | 105 Bottle

Bonne Chance – 10 Glass | 38 Bottle

Cavicchioli Prosecco – 14 Glass | 53 Bottle

GH Mumm Cordon Rouge – 124 Bottle

Rotari Brut – 68 Bottle
Trento, Italy


Ferreira Ruby Port – 11 Glass | 60 Bottle

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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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