This is a dinner show that has cut corners so much that it has hurt them. The food use to be wonderful, but not any more. The tricks that they performers do are impressive, but that is the only thing good about Arabian nights any more.
Posted: 6/07/2008 • Link to this review
Luckily, my company provided a deep discount for tickets to Arabian Nights. If I had paid full price, I would have requested a refund. This is an all-inclusive dinner show. You may think you are getting two for the price of one (dinner plus a show), but you are really overpaying for both. The entertainment includes a horse show with a thin, disjointed story line. The jokes are weak, predictable, and really require one to be intoxicated to enjoy oneself. That must be why unlimited beer and wine (of the poorest quality) are provided in the cost of your ticket. The food is not much better; it is not fresh or tasty. I guess it is difficult to serve such an enormous crowd so quickly without having pre-made dishes. Medieval Times is a much better dinner show if you are looking for a horse-themed show and a pretty good dinner.
Posted: 4/25/2008 • Link to this review