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by Amber Autumn
June 5, 2011
The Rainforest Cafe offers dining inside one of the Amazonian rainforests where animals are on the prowl, and a "rainstorm" can be heard. Due to the special effects and decor, this restaurant is truly a must-see and eat. The bar is set under a large mushroom, and the dining rooms have gorillas and elephants that greet guests. Plus, there are aquariums with different colored fish that swim by. The menu has a variety of items such as pizzas, pastas, salads, and so much more. You can expect to spend about 15.00 USD to 36.00 USD here, but it's well worth it. If you're in the mood for dessert, they provide the "Volcano", which has ice cream and chocolate syrup. Reservations are recommended, but we went here at 5pm and didn't have any problems getting a table.
If traveling with younger children, be sure to go online to the restaurant's website and clip out coupons (for if you child completed a goal, lost a tooth, etc) so they can recieve their meal either free or at a discount. Also, ask to sit at a distance away from elephants and gorillas because they will abruptly make loud noises that could frighten them.
From journal Having A Magical Time in Orlando
Greensboro, North Carolina
March 19, 2010
July 16, 2006
From journal Disney World
Fredonia, New York
May 4, 2005
From journal Disney Land
October 8, 2004
After a good meal and fun experience, a gift shop is very close to your table. It will make your dining experience fun but also one to remember.
From journal Orange Lake
July 2, 2004
The food was wonderful! The children loved their specialty dessert "The Volcano!" This is the largest ice cream/brownie/cake thingy I have ever seen! It is in the shape of a very large volcano that is "erupting" whipped cream, fudge, & cherries. It takes three people to carry this out. They put three sparklers on the top and yell "Volcano!" when they serve it to you! My children loved it! I have to admit it was VERY tasty!
From journal Vacation Village at Parkway
Lehigh Acres, Florida
June 23, 2004
From journal West Gate Orlando
by Mary Dickinson
January 21, 2004
Drinks including the glass for a souvenir are $6.99. I thought Cheetah Rita was catchy. I ordered a vegetable sandwich $7.99 and my husband ordered Pot Roast $14.99. He also ordered a garden salad. It had lettuce leaves with cubed pieces of radish, cucumber, zucchini, and julienne carrots. It was very attractive and fresh.
Before the meal was served our waiter, dressed in khaki, brought herb Focaccia bread with shaved Romano cheese. It was delicious.
After the thunderstorm was over our waiter brought our dinners. Bob’s was excellent. Large tender chunks of pot roast over mashed potatoes and large pieces of grilled veggies. Mine was great also. Focaccia bread with a broiled Portobelo mushroom sliced horizontally, big pieces of grilled sweet red pepper and zucchini over Romaine lettuce and spinach leaves covered with Caesar salad dressing. It was served on a large platter with chips.
I really enjoyed the atmosphere in that restaurant so I ate slow. Finally I decided to take half the sandwich home. It was still excellent the next day when I ate it for lunch.
From journal Vacation In Paradise
Earl, North Carolina
July 20, 2003
From journal Disney Mania
July 7, 2003
Kids would get such a big kick out of the place, which is decorated to look exactly as the name suggests. There are a variety of jungle animals which move and make noise and every 20 minutes there is a thunderstorm with thunder, lightning, and rain. I imagine small children might get frightened as we did see a few of the little ones huddling on a parent's lap.
Being Canadian with the exchange rate at $1.60 at the time, we decided to order one main dish and one entree for the two of us. My quesadillas were filling enough and my husband claimed his Mojo bones were delicious. I ordered the plantation punch, which I felt was overpriced at $6.75. We skipped dessert and coffee.
From journal Silver Lake Resort