Medieval Times Meal Options & Calories

Monday, April 21, 2014 0 Comments A+ a-

Thanks to Medieval Times for providing my family with free admission to the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament.

I've been watching my calories like crazy lately. So, when my family decided to go to Medieval Times, the number of calories was one of the first things I thought about. I know that a diet isn't ruined in one day, but is the result of making healthy choices throughout your life. At the same time, I'm still very much watching every calorie I eat. I want to know what I'm putting into my body. I looked online, and I wasn't able to find out the information I wanted. So, I pulled some strings, and I'm excited that I was able to get the official calorie counts from Medieval Times for their adult standard meal as well as for their vegetarian 3-bean-stew and hummus meal.

As suspected, calorie counts for both meals were quite high.

Dinner Show Full Meal - 2,673.7 calories

Dinner Veg. (3-Bean Stew) - 1,078.4 calories


If you're watching your calories and want to go to Medieval Times, there are a few things that can easily help you cut your calories.

  • Chose the vegetarian option. You'll save 1595 calories.
  • Don't eat the full meal. Use the calorie info below to pick what items to eat and what items to take home for another day. For example, the tomato bisque soup, garlic bread, and bbq pork rib is only 566 calories.
  • Just eat half. If you want a bit of everything, go for it. But, eat half at the show. You'll also cut your calories in half! Not only that, but you'll save some of that delicious feast to enjoy an other day.
     
  • Pre-eat. Don't go in starving. Before you leave for the show, snack on some healthy, filling food. it seems silly to eat before gong to such a big meal, but you're likely to eat less when you're not completely starving.  



Menu Item Serving Size Caories (kcal) Calories from Fat (kcal) Total Fat (g) Saturated Fat (g) Trans Fats (g) Cholesterol (mg) Sodium (mg) Carbo-hydrates (g) Dietary Fiber (g) Sugars (g) Protein (g)
Tomato Bisque 8 oz. 55.6 17.8 2 0.2 0 0 766.4 9.2 1.4 6.9 1.2
Garlic Bread 1 slice 140 75 8 2 0 0 215 14 0.5 0 2
Oven Roasted Chicken Half 1 serving 1597 818 90.9 25.3 0 588.1 2335.9 0 0 0 182.5
BBQ Pork Rib 1 rib 370.4 274.9 30.5 9.2 0.2 103.9 1291.4 2.9 0 2.3 20.7
Herb Basted Potato 1 serving 284 194.3 22 1.6 0.1 0 407.5 21.1 2.1 1 1.8
Apple Pastry 1 serving 226 81.2 9 5.4 0 0 112.8 33.9 2.1 18.7 2.8
Oven Roasted Chicken Quarter 1 serving 1065 129.5 60.6 17.5 0 392.1 1557.3 0 0 0 121.7
Sweet Corn Cob 1 serving 205.7 74.5 8.3 1.6 1.6 0 144.5 28.1 3.2 6.1 4.6
Chocolate Chip Cookie 1 cookie 250 110 12 6 0 10 190 35 1 20 3
3-Bean Stew / Hummus Plate 1 serving 998.3 347.5 39.1 3.7 0.1 0 2502.6 135.2 26.4 12.3 31.5
Pasta Salad w/ Vinaigrette 1 serving 400.1 200.2 22.3 4.3 0 3.7 627.3 44.7 3.4 10.5 8.9
Fresh Melon Salad 1 serving 66.2 2.9 0.3 0.1 0 0 23.2 16.4 1.4 14.3 1.3
Italian Ice 1 serving 80 0 0 0 0 0 7 20 0 15 0
Beverage (Soda-non diet) 12 oz. 95 0 0 0 0 0 10 25 0 23 0


























Dinner Show Full Meal 1 serving 2673.7 1461.4 162.8 43.7 0.3 692 5129 51.2 6.1 28.8 211
Dinner Veg. (3-Bean Stew) 1 serving 1078.4 353.9 39.8 3.7 0.1 0 2629.1 152 26.6 12.7 36.7
Educational Matinee Meal 1 serving 2014.7 1019.8 113.8 27.1 1.7 402.1 2504.2 107.2 6.9 32 133
Educational Matinee Veg. Meal 1 serving 1416.1 678 75.7 14.6 1.7 13.7 1597.4 168.3 11.6 56.8 21.6















So, have you ever  been to Medieval Times? What did you think? Leave a comment below! :)

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