Yep, EPCOT’s 2022 International Food & Wine Festival is officially underway and we’ve wasted no time in trying out everything the festival has to offer! There is SO much food to try, music to enjoy, and even an updated cheese crawl! Right now, we’re headed over to the India booth to check out ALL of the new items, as well as some returning favorites. So, come along to see if this booth is worth it!
We now have nearly all of the pieces in place for the 2016 Epcot Food and Wine Festival!
And I don’t know about you guys, but around here, we’re pretty excited. 😀
The Festival will last longer than ever in 2016 — get ready to Eat and Drink Around the World from September 14 through November 14!
Of course, we love all of the Special Events and Low Cost Seminars and Demonstrations. And this year, we already have our seats booked for the brand new Mix It, Make It, Celebrate It Workshops. This new hands on experience promises to make the festival more interactive than ever. [Read more…]
On a recent whirlwind trip to Disney World, I planned to get together with friends for lunch. I had a hankering for the totally incredible Butter Chicken at Sanaa, so I couldn’t wait to head over there for lunch!
This wonderful restaurant, located at Animal Kingdom Lodge‘s Kidani Village, still flies under the radar. However, in the past, it has been the location of some of my very favorite meals.
And, let me tell you dear DFB readers, it is going to be VERY difficult to edit this review considering how much I want a big ol’ plate of that Butter Chicken right now. I had half a twix bar in preparation, but I don’t think it’s going to do the trick.
That said…we’re off to the races!
You’ll find Sanaa at Kidani Village, the portion of Animal Kingdom Lodge that’s a Disney Vacation Club property.
The same care and attention to detail that went into the decor of Animal Kingdom Lodge is at play here as well. The soaring lobby greets you with colorful African decor and a thatched roof! I love it!
Once you get to the restaurant downstairs, you’ll see why they chose the name. The word “sanaa” is Swahili for art, and is the perfect description of this beautiful spot that marries handcrafted artisan touches with food that’s prepared with care and tradition.
Sanaa is open for lunch and dinner. We suggest lunch or an early dinner for first timers — more about that in a minute.
The entrance features some beautiful, handcrafted African artwork. The beads that line the podium are gorgeous.
Look closely at the mats on the wall and you’ll likely spy a Hidden Mickey! We have two more hidden mickeys for you in this post — can you find [Read more…]