When we go to Disney’s Animal Kingdom the kids like to eat at Restaurantosaurus.
It’s a nice “go to” if you have kids that aren’t adventurous eaters and want things like burgers and fries and chicken sandwiches. The atmosphere is pretty cool too.
Now you can have your burger or chicken and eat your ice cream too!
Starting on August 18 (during select nights) you can try the new Burgers and Sundaes dinner option! Pay one price and choose an entree, side dish, beverage (non-alcoholic) and build your own sundae. Alcoholic beverages can be added as an extra purchase.
Choices for entree will include gourmet burgers, a veggie burger, chicken sandwich and salad. Sides will include options of fries or onion rings (served with house-made dipping sauce.)
How does it work?
As you enter the restaurant there will be a special line to check-in for the Burgers and Sundaes option. Then you will receive seating in a special area.
When you order your choice of entree, side, and beverage, you will receive a token to be redeemed for your bowl with two-scoops of ice cream.
After you get your ice cream go to the toppings bar and build your own “dig site sundae.”
Those participating in this new offering will also “be able to color with fun dinosaur stencils while cast members entertain them with games and stories of the paleontology students who created the restaurant.”
I’m really not sure if that sounds like a lot of fun or not. The stories maybe but unless you have small kids the playing with dinosaur stencils doesn’t sound like a lot of fun to me.
How much is it?
The price for this new Burgers and Sundaes option will be $22.99 (plus tax) for adults and $14.99 (plus tax) for children ages 3-9. It will count as one quick-service entitlement per person on the Disney Dining Plan. This is a very good use of a quick service credit and you get dessert too!
Reservations will open on 6/12 for this experience and can be made via the Walt Disney World Resort website, a travel agent, or by calling (407)939-3463. Walk-ups are welcome but subject to availability.
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Source: Disney Parks Blog