New dishes at Sanaa at Animal Kingdom Lodge

Guests can now enjoy new dishes at Sanaa at Animal Kingdom Lodge. The restaurant features a fusion of Indian and African cuisine. According to Chef Eddie, “We didn’t invent this fusion, it happened with the ancient spice trade,”.

Sanaa dining room

Sanaa dining room

New menu items include:

  • Boerewors and Slaphakskeentjies – traditional South African sausages (boerewors) served with a Cape Malay Onion Salad (slaphakskeentjies)
  • Umngqusho – a “favorite dish of the Congo with samp (hominy) and beans flavored with butter” (said to be Nelson Mandela’s favorite dish)
  • Traditional Sosatie cooked on skewers with lamb and apricots, and served with butternut squash, bacon, cashews and goat cheese
  • Biryani, an Indian dish with African spice and seasonal vegetables “influenced from the Cape of Good Hope”
  • Kenya Coffee BBQ sandwich

Some of your favorites are still available. At lunch, you can still get the roasted Peri Peri Chicken sandwich, butter chicken, curries and the Indian-style bread service and accompaniments: Coriander Chutney, Garlic Pickle, Tomato-Date Jam and Mango Chutney.

For guests with allergies or special dietary needs, this is a perfect restaurant. Since the menu is very vegetable-based, menu items can easily be adjusted to accommodate needs.

For Sanaa reservations, book online or call (407) WDW-DINE.

2 Thoughts on “New dishes at Sanaa at Animal Kingdom Lodge

  1. Kathleen Mitchell on 13 July, 2016 at 7:49 pm said:

    Just ate at Sansa. Loved it. Could you share the Sosatie recipe? Also loved the Maui preparation if we could have that also.

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