All of you foodies out there will be excited to learn about this new dining experience! There will be a limited-time tasting sampler offered at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Guests will get to taste their way around Disney’s Animal Kingdom and enjoy preferred seating for the Rivers of Light nighttime show. Guests who purchase the Tasting Sampler will receive a pre-loaded $35 digital gift card via email, for a cost of only $30. There will be a bar code that can be added to your digital wallet and then scanned at over 40 of the outdoor carts and kiosks throughout the park. This will let guests sample a variety of great offerings of their choosing.
Guests will be able to sample delicious items, like Shrimp Curry and Chicken Curry Bowls at Kusafiri Bakery, House-smoked Pastrami Sliders at Smiling Crocodile, Buffalo Chicken Chips at Trilo-Bites, Pulled Pork or Shrimp Mac and Cheese plates at Eight Spoon Cafe, Korean Fiery Beef Sliders and Tuna Bao at Caravan Road, and more! These special items will only be available from December 22nd through January 2nd.
Guests could also choose offerings like popcorn, glazed nuts, craft beer, and ice cream to name a few. Or items like the Pineapple Dole Whip Float at Tamu Tamu or snack on some Pineapple Lumpia at Pongu Pongu? Or maybe get a Chili Cheese Dog at Dino Diner or some Seasoned Fries at Mister Kamal’s.
The Tasting Sampler is already available online for $30 per package. Guests will receive the $35 digital gift card and preferred seating for one person for the second showing of the evening for Rivers of Light on the night selected. This experience can only be purchased online or by calling 407 WDW-DINE or 407 939-3463 and must be purchased at least 24 hours prior to arriving at the park.
Note that the gift card with this package can only be used for food and beverage purchases at select carts and kiosks located in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. It cannot be used at quick service or table service locations and cannot be reloaded.
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