Animal Kingdom used to not have good food places. It’s changed and I was told to eat at Tiffins. Unfortunately, Tiffins is not cheap. Let’s put it this way, it costs 2 dining credits to eat there.
I found out that there was a Lion King package that I could use for lunch. It still cost 2 dining credits, but at least we would get reserved seats for the show.
Our reservations was for 12:30 and we were seated in the Trek gallery, designed by Imagineers who were inspired by the places they visited in Asia.
Our package included a starter, entree, dessert and beverage (alcohol for 21 and over). Stephen had the falafel as his appetizer, while I chose the more pricey thai mussels, which were delicious and not spicy. Our server made sure she gave us the Lion King tickets before the entree arrived.
We both ordered the Surf and Turf, which was a steak and 3 seared scallops. While delicious, it was pricey at $65! We also ordered the same dessert, the Tiffins trio, which was a whipped cheesecake, ganache and caramel mousse.
We finished lunch with about a half hour to spare and quickly made our way to the Festival of the Lion King show.