Guests looking for a taste of Spain at Universal’s Mardi Gras: International Flavors of Carnaval 2023 should head to the food truck in San Francisco near Richter’s Burger Co.
Menu for Spain at Universal’s Mardi Gras: International Flavors of Carnaval 2023
- Paella Mixto – $9.99
- 🆕 Spanish Bocadillo – $8.49
- 🆕 Sangria Flight – $15.00
- Sangria Tinto – $10.00
- Sangria Rosado – $10.00
- Sangria Blanco – $10.00
Photos of Menu Items for Spain at Universal’s Mardi Gras: International Flavors of Carnaval 2023
Paella Mixto – $9.99
saffron yellow rice, chorizo, squid, mussels, and shrimp
The calamari is very well executed for theme park food, with no fishiness.
The little plastic paella pan is a great touch, and it serves a good amount of food for a festival dish.
This is a winner.
*NEW* Spanish Bocadillo – $8.49
serrano ham and drunken goat cheese with parsley sauce, on a gently pressed baguette
The baguette is fantastic, with a crispy outside and a soft, warm inside.
The ham is delicious and salty, with the goat cheese as a perfect complement. Pesto and a tomato slice add a nice tang.
This was our favorite thing so far today.
Sangria Tinto – $10
our red sangria with Flaco Tempranillo, Torres 10 brandy, Ferrand dry curacao, lemon juice, orange juice, blackberry extract, and simple syrup
Sangria Rosado – $10
our rosé sangria with Marq Caceres Rioja Rosé, New Amsterdam gin, strawberry mix, and a pinch of smoked sea salt
Sangria Blanco – $10
our white sangria with Honoro Vera Rueda, Bacardi light, pineapple and lemon juices, simple syrup, pineapple extract, lemon bitters, and a pinch of salt
*NEW* Sangria Flight – $15
sangria tinto, sangria blanco, and sangria rosado
The rosado was nice, sweet, and fruity. The “pinch” of smoked sea salt really comes through.
There’s a slice of orange and a blackberry in the bottom of the into, and those flavors really come through. It’s richer and fuller than the rosé, as a red wine should be, but it’s heavy and on the syrupy side.
Standing sharply apart from the others, the blanco is lemony, fresh, and very tart. A whole chunk of pineapple is on the bottom, along with a slice of strawberry.
Overall, the flight was a great way to try all three sangrias, and we enjoyed each one. Everything here at the Spain booth is worth a stop.
Universal’s Mardi Gras: International Flavors of Carnaval runs from February 4 through April 16.
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