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Hungry for adventure? Savor the tropical cuisine of this exotic outpost.
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In addition to a confirmed dining reservation, in-park dining at table-service restaurants requires a park reservation and valid admission for the same park on the same date for each person in your party ages 3 and up. Dining reservations do not guarantee admission to the park. Learn more about dining options during the phased reopening of Walt Disney World Resort.
Explore the bold, flavorful cuisine of Asia, South America and Africa with the help of our daring riverboat pilots.
Dr. Falls, I Presume?
Immerse yourself in the legacy of the Jungle Cruise! The same skippers who guided your steamer down the Nile, Amazon and Congo Rivers have opened the doors and kitchens of their tropical headquarters to fellow adventurers and famished families like your own!
Delight your big and little explorers with premium table-service dining in 3 curiously quirky rooms: the crew’s colonial-era Mess Hall (which is not messy at all, thank you very much); the Jungle Room, former family parlor of Dr. Albert Falls himself; and the S.E.A. Room—a once-secret meeting place for the Society of Explorers and Adventurers!
World-Famous Jungle Cuisine
Prepare your palate for exotic flavor adventures sure to tame your wildest appetite—and pickiest eaters!
Begin your culinary cruise with Orinoco Ida's Cachapas, an appetizer featuring house-made corn pancakes, beer-braised pork, Fresno pepper salsa and avocado cream. For your main dish, feast on Dr. Falls Signature Grilled Steak, a delicious adobo-seasoned New York strip served with vegetables, chorizo farofa and caramelized onion purée and red wine reduction. If you’re craving lighter fare, try the sustainable fish served on a cassava cake with wilted greens and guava habanero sauce.
End your lunch or dinner with sweet memories of Panna-Connie's Congo Lime Delight — consisting of mango-lime sorbet and fresh fruit and a Brazil nut cookie — or the Kungaloosh, featuring African-inspired chocolate cake with caramelized bananas and cashew-caramel ice cream.
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