Food Review: Pirate’s Dinner Adventure

Have you guys been heard of Medieval Times? Well, this is pretty much the same thing… but with pirates. We went for my little sister’s birthday to watch pirates duke it out over dinner. Although this was definitely more for little kids than adults, I still had fun. Everyone is on a certain pirate’s team and sat around the center stage:


Then, the people come around with carts (think airplane style) and give you your food. It starts off with a salad:

I got the Treasure‚Äôs Chicken–Oven Roasted Half Chicken carefully marinated in a savory blend of spices, served with a Steamed Broccoli Floweret and Caribbean Rice.

DB got the Buccaneer BBQ Pork Loin– Tender slices of mouthwatering pork loin, topped with our special BBQ sauce, served with a Steamed Broccoli Floweret and Buttery Mashed Potatoes.


and for dessert: apple cobbler a la mode with a scoop of vanilla ice cream

It’s kind of pricy if you pay the full amount, but we got a coupon and got in for 20 bucks a person. That price tag is wonderful for entertainment AND a 3 course meal. The food was nothing special, but I did particularly enjoy the mashed potatoes. The chicken plate was hugeee and I ended up giving my DB half of it because I couldn’t eat it all.
So if I had to choose one.. Pirates or Medieval times? I choose Medieval times.
Pirate’s Dinner Adventure
7600 Beach Boulevard,
Buena Park, CA 90620




  1. says

    I went to Medieval Times for the first time last year with some friends and, like you, we had a coupon – otherwise it’s too pricey. It was definitely a lot of fun, and the portions were amazing, but our knight was ‘killed’ first. Boo. Glad you had a great time!

  2. says

    This sounds fun! Thanks for doing the review! I would love to take my son there for his birthday — how do I get a coupon for it???? Thanks!!!

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