Tired of the same old restaurants in the parks at Walt Disney World, or just looking for something new? Check out the first installment check it out here to learn about unique dining options in the Magic Kingdom and Epcot Resort areas. **LINK**
Animal Kingdom Resort Area:
Landscape of Flavors located in the Art of Animation is one of the few quick service restaurants on my list of unique dining. It makes the list due to its lunch and dinner menus where you can custom make any different types of meals such as pasta, omelet, burgers, and salads. It is fun to custom make your own pasta with sauce and meat choices. It is sure to win over even the pickiest of eaters.
Dine with Animal Specialist with in the Animal Kingdom Lodge is a 4 course lunch at Sanaa where you can learn all about the animals that are just outside the windows of the restaurant! This is a truly intimate lunch that is limited to 12 guests. Once you are finished eating you will head into a secure area for and up close and personal encounter with radiated tortoises.
Wanyama Safari is available only to guests of Animal Kingdom Lodge and features a 90 minute tour with unique vantage points for observing the animals. It is limited to 12 guests so you will have a very personalized tour. Prior to the safari you will have a reception with the chefs and cultural representative from Jiko and then conclude your safari with a fabulous dinner at Jiko. This is a one of a kind dining experience.
If you are in the mood for some fantastic food by a famous chef you will want to see Morimoto Asia at Disney Springs. There is a large sushi menu and plenty of Pan-Asian food for every palate. The menu is extensive with lots of seafood but plenty of steak, noodle and chicken dishes. Don’t miss this fantastic restaurant.
Wolfgang Puck Express is an easy choice for a single table service credit with amazing food. People always rave about the macaroni and cheese as well as the bacon wrapped meatloaf. Not to be mistaken with Wolfgang Puck Grand Café, the express is just a smaller version of the main restaurant by the celebrity chef. Here is a great review we have!
The Boathouse is another recent addition to Disney Springs, right on the water front. You cannot beat the location and ambience at Disney Springs and the food is pretty darn amazing too. They feature American, seafood and steaks and have gotten a reputation for the gigantic Gibsons S’mores Baked Alaska that serves four!
What other restaurants would you add to the lineup of unique offerings outside of a Walt Disney World park? Let us know!