At the moment Tiffins is set off in a dead end of the park. However, after the opening of Pandora this summer this will be a wildly popular thoroughfare. A shame, because it is very peaceful back here right now.
As we checked into our dinner reservation we saw a rare opportunity to say hi to Tarzan who was meeting just a few yards from the restaurant. I thought this picture was too good not to share. Does anyone know the height and weight requirements to play Tarzan at WDW?
We are not going into the interior of the restaurant. There are plenty of blogs who went DEEP into that rabbit hole. Just know that the theming is intricate and wonderful, and thought was put into just about everything. The only problem for us is that the rooms are too big, and since this restaurant is just getting off the ground it isn't very busy. AKA: It felt like we were eating in an auditorium.
Of everything on the menu I was most excited to try the Kungaloosh Spiced Excursion Ale. This beer is brewed specifically for Walt Disney World, unlike the omni-present Safari Amber which is only in name special. This ale is brewed with sorghum and spices including cinnamon and cardamom. Although I was looking forward to this beer (because its beer) I knew I wouldn't love it. It tend to like beers with little or no adjunct grains, which take away from the actual beer quality to me. But the sorghum wasn't a big problem...I just don't really care for spiced beers. If you like sweeter beer you will probably enjoy this.