In Tusker House Restaurant

Location: Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park (Africa)


  • Breakfast – 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM
  • Lunch – 11:00 AM to 3:30 PM
  • Dinner – 3:35 PM to 8:00 PM

Link for Reservation: Tusker House Restaurant (reservations allowed up to 60 days before your park reservation)

Why I dined there…

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  • Breakfast: $42 per adult (ages 10 and up) and $27 per child (ages 3-9) plus tax and gratuity, includes:
    • Pastries Basket – Safari Bread, Multigrain Croissants and Cornbread served with Whipped Butter, Chocolate-Hazelnut Spread, and Strawberry Preserves
    • Fresh Fruit – Served with Honey Yogurt Sauce
    • Breakfast Platter – Scrambled Eggs, Mickey & Simba Waffles, and Durban Chicken & Egg Curry with Jasmine Rice served with Bacon, Sausage, and Roasted Potatoes
    • Plant-based version available upon request
    • Cocktails and Soft Drinks sold separately
  • Lunch and Dinner: $55 per adult (ages 10 and up) and $36 per child (ages 3-9) plus tax and gratuity, includes:
    • Starters: Assorted House-made Breads, and African Inspired Salads
    • Entrée: Moroccan-spiced Beef, Spit-roasted Herb Chicken, Cape Malay Green Curry Shrimp, Berbere-marinated Pork
    • Sides: Green Beans with Carrots and Corn, Jasmine Rice, Roasted Potatoes, House-made Macaroni & Cheese, and Impossible™ Durban Curry (plant based – available upon request)
    • Desserts: Animal-inspired Mini Desserts, or Plant-based Chocolate Mousse (plant based – available upon request)
    • Cocktails and Soft Drinks sold separately

What we had:

Food (rating: 6/10)

  1. Assorted House-made Breads
  2. African Inspired Salad
  3. Moroccan-spiced Beef
  4. Spit-roasted Herb Chicken
  5. Cape Malay Green Curry Shrimp
  6. Berbere-marinated Pork
  7. House-made Macaroni & Cheese
  8. Chicken Tenders *this was the best thing we had when they brought it out for the kids*
  9. Jasmine Rice
  10. Roasted Potatoes
  11. Animal-inspired Mini Desserts
Cute, but the flavor was just not there…

The Experience (rating: 9/10) – The characters in their cute safari outfits are what make this place worth it. The characters come out multiple times and dance and interact a lot in the restaurant. All in all, if you come with kids then it’s a good experience but the food is nothing great. Especially, in Animal Kingdom where there is so much great food options like Tiffins or Yak & Yeti, I would skip this one…

But, how cute is Goofy?!

Overall Rating: 7/10 – Cute character interactions but bland food, in my opinion…

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