The Three Broomsticks restaurant is located in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. Centrally located in Hogsmeade, it hosts a variety of British fare including Fish & Chips, Shepherd’s Pie, and Cornish Pasties. We’ve included the menu with prices, our review, and tips on how to save money at this restaurant.
Adults $17.99 / Children $12.99
Traditional English Breakfast – Scrambled eggs, sausage, black pudding, English bacon, baked beans, grilled tomato, sauteed mushrooms, and potatoes.
Porridge Breakfast – Oats with fruit and a croissant.
Continental Breakfast – Selection of croissants, fruits, and jams.
American Breakfast – Scrambled eggs, potatoes, bacon, sausage, and croissant.
Pancake Breakfast – Three pancakes, bacon, sausage, and croissant.
Beverages include pumpkin juice ($4.99), hot tea ($3.29), coffee ($3.29), apple or orange juice ($2.69), and milk ($2.99).
The Great Feast – starting at $60.99 for 4 (+ $15.99 per additional serving) features a fresh garden salad with vinaigrette dressing, rotisserie smoked chicken, spareribs, corn on the cob, and potatoes.
Fish & Chips – $16.99
Shepherd’s Pie with Garden Salad – $15.99
Beef Pasties with Garden Salad – $10.99
Rotisserie Smoked Chicken Platter – $13.99
Spare Ribs Platter – $17.99
Chicken and Ribs Platter – $16.99
Smoked Turkey Leg – $14.99
Soup & Salad Combo – $11.49 (Leek & Potato or Split Pea Soup)
Rotisserie Smoked Chicken Salad – $11.49
Fish & Chips – $7.49
Chicken Legs – $7.49
Chicken Fingers – $7.49
Macaroni Cheese – $7.49
Garlic Herb Roasted Potato – $3.49
Baked Potato – $3.49
Corn on the Cob – $3.99
Seasoned Wedge Fries – $3.49
Fresh Garden Salad – $6.99
Fruit Cup – $4.29
Butterbeer (Regular, Frozen, or Hot*) – $7.99
Pumpkin Juice – $4.99
Pumpkin Fizz – $4.99
Lemonade, Cider, or Iced Tea – $3.99
Sparkling Water – $4.00
Gillywater (Bottled Water) – $4.50
Hog’s Head Brew (alcohol)- $9.49
Dragon Scale (alcohol)- $9.49
*Hot Butterbeer is seasonal and only available during the winter.
Butterbeer Ice Cream – $5.49
Butterbeer Potted Cream – $5.79
Apple Pie – $3.99
Ice Cream Cup (Strawberry, Chocolate, Vanilla, or Peanut Butter) – $5.99
Chocolate Trifle – $3.99
How to Save on Dining at The Three Broomsticks
We have gone to the Three Broomsticks as a couple and with groups, so we have worked out how to eat here on a budget. First, the Great Feast is definitely too much food for a couple to devour, so we recommend going with the Chicken & Ribs Platter ($16.99) and splitting it. One of us usually eats the chicken, while the other eats the ribs and we equally split the corn and potatoes. It’s perfect for lunch and won’t leave you feeling so stuffed that you can’t ride any of the roller coasters.
Another suggestion for 1-3 people is to order off the children’s menu. The menu does state for ages 9 and under, but if you are looking to save or eat a smaller portion, the children’s menu is perfect. Each meal on the children’s menu includes grapes and applesauce as well and it’s half the price of most adult meals.
If you have 4+ in your group, the Great Feast is honestly the better deal. The additional servings at $15.99 per person (after 4 people) is a bit pricier, but they are optional. We had a group of 5 eat the standard platter for 4 and were just fine. It also may be cheaper to get another meal (or sides) instead of paying the additional serving charge, as a Smoked Turkey Leg, Rotisserie Smoked Chicken Platter, and Beef Pasties with Garden Salad are all a little cheaper than the additional serving cost (and don’t forget the savings from kid’s meals as well). You can always tack on that extra meal (or extra sides) and still split everything amongst your group.
The price of Butterbeer has gone up considerably since the first few years that WWOHP has been open – in fact, Butterbeer is more than double the price it originally was! Our only recommendation here to save money (if you absolutely want to try it) is to split it with someone.
If you don’t want to pay for any drinks at the Three Broomsticks (or other park restaurants), we suggest bringing your own water bottle to refill throughout the day or purchasing Universal’s refillable souvenir cups ($16.99) that allow unlimited Coca-Cola freestyle beverages at participating locations around the park.
Lastly, Universal offers dining plans starting at $25.99+. The $25.99 plan allows for 1 quick service meal which includes an entree and drink (the Three Broomsticks is a QS meal location), 1 snack, and 1 drink. So for $25.99, you get 2 drinks, a snack, and an entree which could normally equal around $30+ on average had you purchased these things individually. If you were to get the most expensive items possible for each credit, you could easily spend nearly $40 without the dining plan. Plus, sharing is caring and if one person gets a dining plan and shares their meal & other drink credit, that’s even more savings for the both of you. This can easily be split between a parent and child, couple, or between multiple children.
For the $34.99 dining plan, you get the unlimited Coca-Cola freestyle cup instead of the single drink credit, plus the QS meal and 1 snack. These plans can be used at any of their parks or on CityWalk (select locations). Be sure to grab a park map or use the park app to find exact locations that dining plans can be used at.
*Snack items are considered as popcorn, ice cream, frozen beverages, Butterbeer, churros, Cinnabon, etc. from food carts or QS locations.
Simply put, theme park food and drinks can be pricey, but the Three Broomsticks is one of our favorite places to go – not only as fans of the Harry Potter series, but because the selection and taste. As a disclaimer, we haven’t tried the breakfast at the Three Broomsticks because it seems to be a bit pricier for what you get. $18 for some porridge or croissants with jam – no thank you, but that price for the English or American breakfast is a bit more reasonable. For lunch and dinner, however, you can definitely find something for everyone and the meals are very fulfilling.
As far as how busy this restaurant gets, we recommend eating outside of standard dining times (around noon or 6-8pm). During the summer, spring break, or holidays, expect lines to be much longer than normal no matter what time you go, but the best times to go during the busiest seasons is when they first start serving lunch (usually around 11am) or at the end of the day prior to closing.
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