|Dining and Snacks|
|Thanks to the variety of
restaurants, cafés and snack stands with only the best chefs and
kitchen elves, dining in the World of Magic is always enchanting.
Price ranges include inexpensive ($) and moderate ($$). You can also preview
menus to some of our most popular restaurants here.
The number in parenthesis before each attraction name indicates its location on the WOM map.
Beauxbatons (by La Madeleine)$$ Menu
Dine in style within, or people-watch on the patio as you enjoy rotisserie
chicken, quiche, onion soup, Caesar salad, flaky croissants, or French
pastries, along with iced tea, wine, soft drinks or café au lait.
Special events held here on Mardi Gras and Bastille Day.
(28) Durmstrang Diner $$ Menu A plateful of bratwurst, sauerkraut and dumplings, or a fully loaded Reuben sandwich awaits you at this German restaurant. Beer and wine also served to adult wizards and witches.
(26) Gothic Gyros $ - $$ Menu Order a Gyros and fries, stuffed grape leaves or a Greek salad to go, or venture inside this Knockturn Alley diner, if you dare, for a meal that even Dracula would find divine.
(2) Leaky Cauldron $ Menu Diagon Alley’s famous pub is actually two pubs in one: to the left of the brick wall, lager and ale are served at the bar; to the right, patrons dine on traditional pub fare, as well as chowder and stews served in delicious bread bowls.
(20) Potent Potions $ Get non-alcoholic butterbeer, a goblet of fire, polyjuice potion or a soft drink to go, or, if you’re feeling more adventurous, step inside this Knockturn Alley pub which also serves ale and lager to adults.
(19) Sinful Sweets $ Tempt your tastebuds with magical concoctions like cauldron cakes, pumpkin pasties, troll tear truffles, and dragon’s blood brownies at this sinful bakery located at the entrance to Knockturn Alley.
(121) Baron of Burgers $ This London Square diner sells burgers, hot dogs, corn dogs, cotton candy, and popcorn for tourists and theater patrons. Dine inside the café, outside on the terrace, or carry your food with you into the theater.
(115) Curry Kitchen $ Menu Hot and spicy Indian cuisine is the specialty of this cool diner featuring tandoori chicken, potato or meat-stuffed samosas, savory curries, and chicken biryani, for dine in or take out.
(2) Florean Fortescue’s Ice Cream Parlor $ Cool off with an ice cream cone, pink thing, smoothie or sundae served from the Muggle side of the two-way counter that separates the store into two unconnected dining areas. Outdoor seating on a covered patio available in Diagon Alley.
(116) The Fortune Cookie $$ Menu This is the place for dumplings, spicy chicken, shrimp and beef, noodles, spring rolls and other Asian favorites. Sacks of sorting hat fortune cookies and character quote fortune cookies are available for sale, to magical folk only, of course.
(107) I Scream, You Scream $ We all scream for ice cream. So when it gets hot, stop by for a cool cone, pink thing, popsicle, hand-dipped ice cream bar, ice cream sundae, or ice cream sandwich. Dine inside or take your treat with you.
(127) Muggle Sweets $ This popular candy store offering melt-in-your-mouth shortbread cookies, treacle fudge, butterscotch, mint humbugs, and Dumbledore’s favorite lemon drops is accessible from London Square or through the Scotch Shoppe.
(126) Pizza Palace $ Rub elbows with Royalty in this pizza restaurant where kids are king (or queen). Watch classic cartoons while you dine, and keep your eyes open for Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Sylvester and Tweety Bird sightings.
(125) Tea Time $ Stop in for tea and scones, or buy a tin of tea to take home. Choose from Chinese green and smoked teas, fragrant and spiced Indian teas, a variety of herbal and fruit teas, and classic British favorites like Earl Grey. Scottish and English confections also available.
(37) Hog’s Head $ Adult wizards and witches can order a pint of lager, ale, or Irish coffee and strike up a conversation with friendly patrons in this Tudor pub. Photo
(44) Honeydukes $ You’ll find Bertie Botts’ Every Flavor Beans, Chocolate Frogs, Sugar Quills, Licorice Wands, Chocoballs, Pepper Imps and even delicious ‘Cockroach’ Clusters at this famous candy shop.
(29) Picnic Pavilion Dozens of picnic tables and café tables are available for individuals, families and large groups who want to dine outdoors beneath shade trees, umbrellas, or the large covered pavilion. You may purchase meals from any of the nearby cafés or food stands, or bring your own.
(35) Three Broomsticks $$ - $$$ Menu Warm your bones with non-alcoholic butterbeer, Irish coffee, beer or ale, and shepherd’s pie, sausages, Welsh pasties or a bowl of Irish stew while listening to live folk music beside a crackling fire in winter, or in air-conditioned comfort in the summer. Photo
Godric's Hollow and Environs
Cream Igloo $ When it’s hot outside, nothing hits the spot like
an ice cream cone, pink thing, smoothie or sundae. Get your snack
to go, or come inside this cool ice cream parlor to get out of the heat.
(91) Pickles, Popcorn and Pretzels $ Salty snacks are the perfect pick-me-up after a trip to the Tower. Purchase a pickle, giant pretzel or a bag of buttery popcorn at this snack stand close to the Lion Fountain.
(98) Potable Potions $ Cool down with a soft drink, lemonade, polyjuice potion, or bottled water, or warm up with non-alcoholic butterbeer, a goblet of fire, or hot chocolate at this beverage stand in Ottery St. Catchpole.
The Forbidden Forest
Hogwarts School and grounds
Great Hall $$ Dine with your family or at your house table under
twinkling stars, choosing from classics such as roast beef, roast chicken,
baked fish, mashed potatoes and gravy, macaroni and cheese, vegetables,
soups and salads, all served cafeteria style on golden plates. Desserts
include gourmet cakes, pies, pastries and pudding. ‘Golden’ goblets
also available. Hours are from 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Reservations are recommended
during peak hours, as the tables near the stage will be for reserved seating
(65) Potable Potions $ This beverage stand on the outskirts of Hogwarts grounds at Little Lane sells hot and cold drinks, including soft drinks, juices, bottled water, pumpkin juice, polyjuice potion, hot chocolate, and non-alcoholic butterbeer, according to the weather.
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