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Medieval Times

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7662 Beach Blvd
Buena Park, CA 90622
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(714) 521-4740
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Red & Black Knight ALL THE WAY! Just let yourself go and have fun, enjoy the show. Yes, the food is pretty marginal, and the volume is very loud, but my wife and I really enjo...

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We went here with my younger cousin because he heard so many good things about it. First of all -- the idea of food and horse poopie never sounded so hot... but i never really und...

Just get into the spirit and have fun 9/16/2010

Red & Black Knight ALL THE WAY! Just let yourself go and have fun, enjoy the show. Yes, the food is pretty marginal, and the volume is very loud, but my wife and I really enjoyed the experience overall. She got us tickets for half off, so google for tickets before purchasing full price. I was surprised at how clean they keep the place and the service was really great. Our server was very pleasant and attentive. I cannot say I plan to go back again, but it was fun to experience at least once. I recommend it for kids especially! more

horrible food, cheesy show, bad actors, cruel to horses 10/26/2008

We went here with my younger cousin because he heard so many good things about it. First of all -- the idea of food and horse poopie never sounded so hot... but i never really understood how strong the smell would be! They serve your food in complete dark and give you huge chicken legs, undercooked. With the smell of horses, it was hard to know if i was eating pea soup or horse poooop. NASTY food. I completely lost my appetite. Acting was horrible. As we left we saw the poor horses being confined in their rooms and no water.. ... this place should be shut down Pros: diversity Cons: stinky, unpalatable food, dirty, bad acting, animal cruelty more

great fun with the family or friends 11/23/2006

I've always had a good time going to the Medieval Times. I really like food. I really like the vegetable soup and the roasted chicken. I love how we get to eat with our hands; that's so much fun. I love the show too. When you first arrive at Medieval Times, you get your picture taken and then they assign you a section to sit in. The color of the section determines which knight you cheer for. It's awesome. I love sitting in the crowd, wearing his colors and cheering loudly for our knight. The service was great; the employees were very nice and friendly as well. Pros: get to eat with your hands Cons: have to eat with your hands more

Great fun birthday place! 11/23/2006

While not for everyone, if you're in a goofy mood, and don't mind eating with your hands, Medieval Times is a great choice for kids and preteens. It's really expensive here though. more

Step back in time! 7/15/2002

The minute you enter Medieval Times you are surrounded with knights, queens, and kings. Before the show starts you can have something to drink, purchase medieval jewelry and swords at the shop, or take a closer look at the beautiful horses that perform in the show. Root for your knight and enjoy a great meal. My expirience there was fun. The chicken was deliciously juicy and REALLY BIG for one person if you ask me. The dessert could have been a little better, otherwise I have no complaints! The sounds, smoke, and nature of the jousting might be a little scary for very young children. I personally would not bring any child under the age of 5 to the show. The show is slightly interactive with cheering and flag waving, come only if you are in the mood to be silly and step back in time! Pros: Realistic Costumes, Large Food Portions, Great Service Cons: May Scare Young Kids more
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  • In Short
    Whether in search of family fun, a fun date spot or a party pleaser, Medieval Times caters to all three--high in kitsch appeal and youthful excitement. The venue is a replica of an 11th-century castle, and houses a historical museum of torture along with a Grand Ceremonial Arena, where diners eat chicken and ribs with their hands and watch knights on horseback joust for honor.

  • 6/30/2004 Provided by Citysearch

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