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- 98%Family Travelers
- 98%Luxury Travelers
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- Sanaa RestaurantMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsGreen TravelersHistory BuffsAdventure Travelers
Not only is the food fantastic, the views just can't be beat. If you have a weakness for zebras like me, this is the place to observe them while eating lunch. In my last two visits to Animal Kingdom, there were no zebras at the park, only at Animal Kingdom Lodge. Sanaa gives you a great opportunity to watch the critters while enjoying a great meal. This is my favorite place to eat in Disney World.
- Sanaa RestaurantMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2First to Review
Not a bad Disney resort dining option but far from worthy of all the raving reviews it is receiving. Sanna describes itself as an African restaurant with Indian flavors. Unfortunately, the menu and food really suggest more far Indian influence than African. This is all, I am afraid, just a gimmicky to fit into the whole African safari theme.
This restaurant is not without merit. The appetizer sampler, for example, features fairly decent samosas and lamb Kefta. The Indian-style Bread Service is not to be missed. The bread, though not exactly authentic Indian, were nicely done and paired with very likeable accomplishments. Their signature slow cooked entrees were not as impressive. Our server recommended the Spicy Durban Chicken and the Shrimp with Green Curry. Neither were memorable. If you want dessert, Chai Cream or the dessert sampler are a safe choices. I can't say the same for the Orange-Sesame Cake. The dryness was unbelievable.
Sanaa is not a bad place to dine, but only if your choices are limited to the Disney area. As always, the outside world offer far better options at faction of the price.