Disney Food News is honestly the best news. Several restaurants are back with enhanced delicious features! I think they’re most excited about the announcement of the reopening of Akershus Royal Banquet Hall as it’s a Disney Princess dining experience. Okay, daydreaming is enough. Grab your plate and dig in!
Animal Kingdom’s Tusker House Restaurant
From November 1st, it will change to an all-you-can-eat buffet style! This means guests can get as much food as possible.
Here are the dishes to watch when Tusker House returns to the Vikings. Start your morning at Disney’s Animal Kingdom with a breakfast of zebra coffee cake, Simba waffles, Mickey waffles and a variety of meats.
For lunch and dinner, enjoy a variety of breads and dips, as well as homemade dishes such as skewered tandoori chicken and green curry shrimp. There are also plant-based options, such as cauliflower bunny chow and various salads. Of course, the dessert after the meal is also substantial.
At Tusker House, not only is the food fun and adventurous, but Donald Duck and the Disney Friends join the celebration. Snap photos and hug your favorite Disney characters as they roam the dining room.
Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian Resort
Kona Cafe is back from a recent renovation. On November 1st, guests will be able to dine at the fan-favorite restaurant again, but with a new and refreshing experience. The look, ambience, and even some flavors of this relaxed café have changed, but Disney promises it will continue to feel familiar.
Featuring American cuisine with an Asian flare, Kona Cafe is so unique that you can still see the chefs at work in the sushi kitchen on stage.There are breakfast favorites that have cemented their place on the menu, including delicious and not-to-be-missed breakfasts tonga toast When Pineapple macadamia nut pancake Served at breakfast.
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There’s a reason these dishes are fan favorites. I mean, look how delicious it looks! Other food items returning to the menu are the Big Kahuna Burger and the Seafood Pupup Platter. Dinner will also feature a new plant-based dish: sautéed red quinoa.
Disney also informed us that both Tusker House Restaurant and Kona Cafe are now available for reservations. You definitely don’t want to miss these experiences on your next trip.
Hello, I’m Erica. I write about anything related to Disney. Before working for The DIS, he was a SeaWorld theme park performer and has also performed for Disney. I love theme parks and learned about theme parks in college.