Yes, go to Walt Disney World for the experiences and attractions. But let’s be honest, we go for the food too. Walt Disney World is known for having interesting and unique snacks throughout the resort. Foodies visiting the resort have their favorite snacks that they gravitate toward with each visit.
When it comes to snacks you want to go to, Epcot is the first place that comes to mind. With all the countries and different eateries around the World Showcase, there are plenty of different snacks to choose from. I don’t usually think of Animal Kingdom as a beacon of great snacks.It’s my mission to find out what delicious treats are available at Animal Kingdom.
A quick Google search brings up lists of snacks to try at each park from various sites. Looking at these lists as a starting point, I decided to stop at basically every snack place.
Our first stop was Mr. Kamal in the Asia section of Animal Kingdom. This snack spot is located on the Road to Africa near the Feathered Friends in Flight Show. We hear a lot about Kamal, but it didn’t stop there.
Mr. Kamal’s serves chicken dumplings with ponzu sauce, Mr. Kamal’s seasoned fries, and a variety of alcoholic beverages. The seasoned fries include two sauces: curry honey mustard and Korean chili ketchup.
My husband, son and I all enjoyed our fries. Seasoning certainly adds another level of flavor. Both sauces were delicious, but I preferred the curry honey mustard. I thought the French fries were delicious, but they’re not my favorite snack at Walt Disney World.
The chicken gyoza was underwhelming. Again, they were good, but not something I would go back to eat. French fries.
Overall, I think Kamal is good. Is it my favorite park treat? No, the fries were definitely the better of the two snacks.
What’s your favorite Animal Kingdom snack? Let us know in the comments below!
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