Do your dreams often involve finding the perfect burger and an ice cream sundae with limitless toppings for dessert? Ours do; and now our dreams have become a reality thanks to the new dinner menu at Restaurantosaurus at Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom.
Diners are welcome to feast between 4:30 and 7:30 PM every night. After checking in with the hostess guests will be directed to choose their main entree and side. Burger options include Mushroom & Swiss, Chili-Cheese Corn Chips, Sunny-Side Up, Pulled Pork Barbecue, and All-American. The burgers are made from a blend of ground beef chuck, brisket, and short ribs. The menu also includes a plant-based burger, as well as some options for any burger-phobes. Each meal includes a non-alcoholic beverage, a side, and an ice cream sundae.
The children’s menu varies from the adult menu, most notably only offering one burger option: the cheeseburger. But kids will find plenty of other items to satisfy their tastes with entrees such as macaroni and cheese or a turkey sandwich. Their meals also include a side, a drink, and an ice cream sundae, all with the fun addition of a pail and shovel to play with.
After they’ve finished the main course, guests will certainly want to load up their dessert bowls. There are four ice cream base options: vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, and raspberry sorbet. The toppings bar might cause those with less will-power to stumble, as the possibilities are endless and the only limitation is the size of the dish. There are 16 options including: hot fudge, hot caramel, chocolate cookie pieces, fruity pebbles, Mickey sprinkles, M&M’s, cherries, and more!
Adults can take advantage of this menu for $22.99 each, while children eat for $14.99. Be sure to head over to Animal Kingdom to check out this exciting new dining experience for yourself!
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