A few months ago, I went to the new dinner show called Treasure Tavern connected to Pirate's Dinner Adventure in Orlando.
A mixed green salad topped with blue cheese and kalamata olives was served first.
The main course consisted of prime rib, mashed potatoes, and asparagus. I'm not really a big beef eater, so this is probably one of the few times you will see prime rib on this blog. Since I don't normally eat prime rib, I'm not going pass any sort of judgment on the main course.
For dessert, they served something called an Opera Cake. The slice had alternating layers of chocolate, sponge, and coffee cake, topped with a piece of hard candy.
The dinner show wasn't exactly what I was expecting. Being connected to Pirate's Dinner Adventure, I thought it would be somewhat pirate themed. Instead, it was more of a variety show with comedians, contortionists, magicians, jugglers, and had very little to do with pirates. All of the different acts kept the pace of the show moving, unlike some of the other dinner shows in Orlando that tend to drag on and on with their horrible shows. Entertaining enough and as far as dinner shows go, the food and show both could have been way worse!