Animal Kingdom

Quick Service Restaurants

 Flame Tree BBQ

You’ll find all your favorite BBQ food here, like ribs, chicken, and pulled pork. Surprisingly, Disney does a pretty good job with it’s BBQ food. The ribs are moist and come with baked beans and corn on the cob. The smoked ½ chicken comes the same way, and both are a great value. You can also do a combo of the 2, which is perfect for sharing. One thing’s for sure, you won’t walk away hungry from here, it’s one of the best value meals in Disney. They offer a massive out door dining area, most of it is covered, and some of it is waterfront, which makes for a beautiful surrounding. The food is reasonably priced, adult entrees are $7.50-$12 and kids are just $5.50.

Table Service Restaurants

Rainforest Cafe

Fun restaurant that fits in perfectly with the Animal Kingdom theme. The inside is decorated with lots of animal statues in a beautiful jungle atmosphere, there’s tons to look at, and some of the animals move and make sounds. A huge focal point is the massive salt water aquarium in the center of the restaurant that’s teaming you brightly colored fish and coral. The menu is extensive! The have a little bit of everything, making them a great choice for family, large groups, or for picky eaters. Some highlights of the menu would be their Monsoon Grill which is a mix of Macadamia Crusted Snapper, Shrimp Scampi, and Caribbean Coconut Shrimp and their Canopy Burger which is piled high with bacon, mushrooms, cheese, pickles, tomato, lettuce, and fried onion rings! Breakfast is $8-$10 for adults and $6 for kids, lunch and dinner will run you $13-$30 for adults ($30 for Filet Mignon), and $7 for the kids.

Character Meals

Tusker House

Tusker House serves all 3 meals, but only breakfast and lunch are character meals, featuring Donald Duck and his friends! Designed to look like an outdoor African marketplace, Tusker House is stunning and worth the time to check it out, besides who doesn’t love Donald Duck? All 3 meals are buffets, but we will focus only on breakfast and lunch. Breakfast is all the traditional food you’d expect to find, and will please everyone, whereas lunch is a bit more exotic. Picky eaters may find it hard to find food they like in the midst of Spiced Tandoori Tofu and Cape Malay Curry Chicken. With that being side, if you like to try new foods, you’ll love the lunch and dinner buffets. The food really is wonderful and a great way to experience African culture. The character breakfast runs $26-$31 for adults and $15-$17 for kids; lunch is $27-$32 for adults and $16-$18 for kids depending on time of year.