Top 10 Things to Eat for Breakfast at Universal Orlando Resort’s Hotels

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Top 10 Things to Eat for Breakfast at Universal Orlando Resort’s Hotels

From the theme parks to the pools and everything in between, there is so much to do at Universal Orlando Resort. One thing is for sure, a great breakfast is essential to checking everything off your to-do list. So before you set sail on the water taxi, or clock in some steps by walking to the theme parks, check out these delicious breakfast options.

Loews Portofino Bay Hotel – Trattoria Del Porto

Loews Portofino Bay Hotel has a twist on the traditional breakfast with an Italian atmosphere. Take in the beautiful views of the Piazza while enjoying a full breakfast buffet or some of their delicious a la carte options! Two of the stand-out dishes at Trattoria Del Porto are the Breakfast Quesadilla and Eggs Beneditto.


Breakfast Quesadilla – Spinach, Sweet Potato, Onion, Diced Tomato, and Aged Cheddar stuffed in a Tortilla shell. Top it off with two Poached Eggs, Tomato Hollandaise and your choice of Bacon or Sausage.


Eggs Beneditto – Poached eggs, prosciutto, arugula, ciabatta, tomato hollandaise and potato hash make for one scrumptious dish.

Loews Sapphire Falls Resort – Amatista Cookhouse

Breakfast with a view and Caribbean vibes is what you’ll find at Amatista Cookhouse. You have the option of a lavish breakfast buffet or scrumptious and unique a la carte options. The Latin flair stands out in the Caribbean French Toast and the Egg White and Smoked Turkey Arepa.


Egg White and Smoked Turkey Arepa – Complete with baby spinach, mushrooms and tomatoes.


Caribbean French Toast – Caramelized pineapple and toasted coconut for those of you who have a bit of a sweet tooth.

Loews Royal Pacific Resort – Islands Dining Room

The Polynesian vibes of Royal Pacific are echoed in both the décor of Islands Dining Room as well as many of their dishes. Indulge in a full breakfast buffet or delight in their mouthwatering a la carte options. Whether you believe that calories don’t count on vacation and go with the Tahitian French Toast, or are trying to stick to a healthy meal plan and choose the Paleo Smoked Brisket Hash, you are sure to be delighted!


Tahitian French Toast a L’Orange – Caramelized bananas with a sweet cinnamon butter (can’t get much better than this!)


Paleo Smoked Brisket Hash – Slowly smoked beef brisket, sweet potato, onion and peppers, two sunny side up eggs and a side of avocado and tomato-arugula salad.

Hard Rock Hotel Orlando – The Kitchen

Eat like the rock star you truly are at The Kitchen. Feast on a seemingly endless breakfast buffet, complete with guitar waffles, or select from one of the many delectable a la carte options. You can’t go wrong with a dish named after The King himself in “The Elvis” French Toast or go with the tried and true breakfast sandwich, The Remedy.


“The Elvis” French Toast – Start with baguette slices and smother with a caramel sauce, peanut butter and bananas.


“The Remedy” – Fuel up with a butter toasted kaiser roll, two eggs over hard, applewood smoked bacon and American cheese.

Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort – Bayliner Diner

Whether you’re looking to grab a croissant to go or sit and enjoy the retro commercials while dining on delicious breakfast fare, Bayliner Diner has something for everyone. Bayliner has the breakfast classics down; the Poached Eggs or a Bacon-Egg-Cheese Croissant are just what you need for a jam packed day!


Poached Eggs on Gouda Swirl – Baby spinach, hollandaise sauce and breakfast potatoes round it out for a hearty dish.


Bacon-Egg-Cheese Croissant – Add a side of breakfast potatoes for a brunch classic.

The delectable dishes you see here are just a small peek into the bountiful breakfast choices at Universal Orlando’s on-site hotels. Whether you’re looking to indulge in a leisurely breakfast, fit for a king or queen, or to just grab something quick and delicious before heading to the theme parks, we have something for everyone.

*Breakfast at Universal’s on-site hotels is available from 7am – 11am weekly and from 7am-12pm Saturday and Sunday.

Siera is a travel agent with Destinations in Florida, Universal Studios Travel Agency of the Year 2010, 2011, & 2012. She would love to help you plan your next Universal Orlando vacation at no cost to you. Contact Siera today at or at 734-771-1290 for more information or your free, no obligation quote. 

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