The meatless Earth Day Impossible Burger has arrived for a limited time at Animal Kingdom in celebration of Earth Day and the 20th Anniversary Party for the Planet. The Earth Day Impossible Burger can be found at Restaurantosaurus, and is made from all-natural ingredients such as wheat, coconut oil, potatoes, and something called Heme. Topped with avocado and tomato on a Brioche Bun and served with a side of Yucca french fries.
You can also pick up Earth Day Impossible Burger sliders at the Nomad Lounge topped with tomato chutney and smoked onion on a Brioche Bun served with a side of Yucca french fries.
The Earth Day Impossible Burger’s will be around for 2 weeks only, now through May 5th. Bring your dinosaur sized appetite and try one today.
Restaurantosaurus is a paleontology student themed cafe serving Angus or black bean burgers, chicken nuggets and more in a dino-themed dorm. Enjoy ice cold beverages and Safari Amber draft beer.
Dig Site menu with all of the tasty options inside!
The Impossible Burger sponsored the Earth Day burger and gave us an informational flyer about what exactly was inside the “meat” itself.
Inside the brochure are facts on how the new “better” burger has less of an impact on the environment than normal beef patties would.
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