Seven Seas Food Festival at SeaWorld Florida has a great French market with delicious French cuisine like escargot and creme brulee

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My family just got back from a trip to Orlando, Florida.  We always love visiting this time of the year because there are such great festivals at the Orlando theme parks.  There’s the Flower and Garden Festival at Disney World and the Mardi Gras Celebration at Universal.  These festivals have a great menu of food and drinks.

But my favorite festival in terms of menu has to be the Seven Seas Food Festival at SeaWorld.  They have so many great food markets set up throughout the park with delicious cuisine.  I have certain favorites that I am glad keep coming back (hello, Bingsu Salted Caramel Ice Cream at the Asian Market!).

But I also love it when they add new dishes I can try.  And if you are looking for some great new dishes, I suggest heading to the French Market.  You can find it at the front of the park near Voyagers Smokehouse and Seaport Theater.

And what is exciting about the French Market is that they have three brand new menu items.  My family tried them, and guess what?  We loved them all!

Food & Drink Review

Let me start by talking about the Escargot.  Escargot is a food I like but don’t have often.  I first tried it at a food festival at Epcot at Disney World.  And while I have liked it every time I have had it, I have to say, this was the best Escargot I have ever eaten.

A picture of the Escargot you can order at SeaWorld's Seven Seas Food Festival in Orlando, Florida

One reason for that is the Garlic Butter.  It was the perfect compliment for the Escargot.  They tasted so great together and together it softened the bread so it was very easy to eat.  It was the kind of dish where I was disappointed when it was over.  I even got a family member who doesn’t normally like Escargot to try them and even they admitted it was good!

Another great new menu item is the Duck Confit.

A picture of the Duck Confit which you can order at the France food & drink market at the Seven Seas Food Festival at SeaWorld Orlando

This gluten-free dish was delicious and moist.   We highly recommend it.

And as for a dessert, the French Market offers guests a Mini Crème Brûlée.

A picture of the Mini Crème Brûlée you can get at Seven Seas Food Festival in Orlando, Florida at SeaWorld

If I have anything negative to say about this dish, it would be the top layer.  Did not like that as much.  But otherwise, I must say I absolutely loved the dish.  The rich vanilla custard and the caramelized sugar tasted so good together.

In addition to food, the French Market offers two alcoholic beverages: the Bordeaux Rouge and the Sparkling Wine Cremant de Loire Brut.  We in particular liked the Bordeaux Rouge.

A picture of the Bordeaux Rouge, a wine you can find at the French Market at SeaWorld's Seven Seas Food Festival

It was delicious and complimented the Duck Confit rather well.  In our experience, some Bordeaux wines take over a meal but this did not.

Additional Seven Seas Food Festival Information

The French market isn’t the only great food & drink booth at the Seven Seas Food Festival.  You can get other great cuisines than French such as Asian, Irish, Indian, Polynesian, Italian, and more.  Find out more in our Seven Seas Food Festival Guide.

And one additional reason to check out our guide?  You’ll find out how to save money on SeaWorld tickets!