Not too long ago, Disney announced that Tusker House Restaurant would be reopening with character dining in Disney’s Animal Kingdom this summer!
Earlier today, Disney shared the official date on which the restaurant will reopen and when reservations will become available. But there was still one thing we were waiting on…details about the food that would be served and the cost! Now, menus and pricing have been released for all of the meals that will be served at Tusker House and we’re sharing all of that information right here with you.
In just a few weeks, you’ll be able to enjoy breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner with Donald Duck and friends in Tusker House at Disney’s Animal Kingdom! Let’s break down the menu and pricing info now.
First up, we’ve got breakfast. If you’re hoping to have breakfast at Tusker House, it will be served family-style and will cost you $42 per adult and $27 per child.
In terms of what will be available, Disney has shared that there will be a pastries basket with safari bread, multigrain croissants, and cornbread, all served with whipped butter, Nutella, and strawberry preserves. There will also be fresh fruit with honey yogurt sauce.
You’ll also get to much on a breakfast platter which includes some potatoes, scrambled eggs, Mickey and Samba-Shaped waffles, bacon, sausage, and Durban chicken-egg curry with jasmine rice.
Does this sound like the exact type of breakfast you’d want to start your day? Then you’ll want to grab your reservations!
If you’re looking for plant-based or allergy-friendly specific options, be sure to speak with a Cast Member to request that. The Allergy-Friendly menu notes that plant-based options are available upon request.
Here’s a look at the Allergy-Friendly options as shown on Disney’s website.
You can see some of the options above but keep in mind again that you can ask for a plant-based version of the breakfast platter too.
There are also some drinks available.
There’s even a Jungle Juice cocktail!
If you’re looking to grab lunch here, you’ll be able to enjoy a family-style meal priced at $55 per adult and $42 per child.
The meal includes a few different starters, namely house-made breads (served with hummus, and coriander and mango chutney), as well as African inspired salads (featuring Kachumbari and Arcadian green salad with citrus vinaigrette dressing).
For entrees, you’ll get to enjoy Moroccan spiced beef, spit-roasted herb chicken, Cape Malay green curry shrimp, and Berber marinated pork. There will also be a number of sides available including green beans with carrots and corn, jasmine rice, roasted potatoes, and house-made macaroni and cheese.
But, of course, there’s always room for dessert!
Disney notes that there will be animal-inspired mini desserts.
There are also a number of non-alcoholic specialty beverages and mocktails available for an additional price.
And there will be various cocktails also you’ll be able to order for an additional cost…
…including drinks like Captain’s Mai Tai and a Pina CoLava.
There are also some beers, hard ciders, and hard seltzers that will be available for purchase.
Here’s a look at some of the food items that will be available for lunch!
If you’re looking for allergy friendly or plant-based options, you can request that. For lunch and dinner, the Cast Member told us that the first course (meaning the breads and salad) are plant-based and vegan (note that Disney defines their “plant-powered cuisine” as one that is “made with plant foods like grains, nuts, vegetables and fruit—and without animal meat, dairy, eggs or honey.”)
For the main entrees, a plant-based Impossible Durban Curry is available upon request. For dessert, a plant-based chocolate mousse is also available upon request.
Here’s a look at those Allergy-Friendly options from Disney’s online menu…
…including allergy-friendly entrees, sides, and desserts.
You can see various items that can be made for different allergies.
Dinner has essentially the same offerings as the lunch menu, and it is priced exactly the same at $55 per adult and $42 per child.
Again, see above in the lunch section for the allergy-friendly and plant-based options.
If these menu items sound like the types of things you’d love to try, be sure to get reservations for Tusker House.
The restaurant itself reopened on June 20th! We’ll keep an eye out for more details and let you know what we find. Stay tuned for all the latest Disney news.
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