This is a review of the Walt Disney World Animal Kingdom Dining for breakfast at Tusker House. This is a great table service to reserve in advance, so if you get the chance to eat here it is so worth it!
For dining on the Disney dining plan it is one Table Service credit (sit down). It is a must do if you have children who want to meet characters and it's a great way to avoid waiting in long lines once the park opens.
My husband and I also enjoyed that it is a buffet so we all could all enjoy what we liked. We went for breakfast and they had waffles, eggs, sausage and African inspired cuisine. There was so much to choose from and everyone left with a belly full.
The table service (sit down) is for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at Tusker House. Guests can make Advanced Dining Reservations for this character experience limiting your wait time. You can even get a breakfast reservation set for a time before the park even opens to the public. Making it so you can get in and eat then get in line for a ride before anyone else does!
The food for breakfast was delicious. Be sure to try the Jungle Juice that comes with everyone's meal, it is delicious! My husband and I tried many different food options. The kids really enjoyed it, but my youngest who was 6 years old at the time, was super excited to meet Safari Donald. Next time we go to Disney World we will definitely eat here again.
Disclaimer: I was not compensated in any form for this review. My family personally paid for this trip, dining and all expenses. This dining review is my opinion.
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