Enjoy a Hearty African Breakfast at Sanaa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge is one of the prettiest resorts on Walt Disney World property. Not only is it gorgeous, it also has a Savannah with live animals roaming around. While I have never eaten there, Disney Parks Blog shared information on a delicious new breakfast offering at Sanaa. Have you eaten there before? I’ve heard nothing but good things about the bread service!

Sanaa is one of the most popular restaurants at the Walt Disney World Resort, known for its incredible bread service, African-inspired cuisine and, of course, its incredible views of the lush Sunset Savannah. It is here that you can sit back and enjoy a delectable meal while taking in the spectacular views of African wildlife right outside the windows of the restaurant. With animals including gazelle, zebras, kudu, giraffes, ostriches, cranes, and more, they’re sure to make your meal a memorable experience. 

The restaurant currently offers wonderful table-service dining for both lunch and dinner, but did you know that Sanaa now features a delicious breakfast menu? Recently, our talented chefs at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge created the Sanaa Kuamsha Breakfast – served from 7:00am to 10:00am – for those guests looking for an early-morning meal. Highlighting a variety of different flavors inspired by authentic African cuisine, this new dining experience transforms Sanaa into a casual quick-service restaurant featuring grab-and-go options as well as a few familiar dishes with a unique twist that you can only find at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. 

Sanaa Kuamsha Breakfast Menu at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

When you approach the counter, you’ll be greeted with a variety of grab-and-go items including yogurt parfaits, fruit plates, banana bread with house-made African chocolate-hazelnut spread, and more. And if you’re looking for a heartier, sit-down dining experience, you can browse a full menu of entrees which can be ordered at the counter and brought directly to your table! 

Collage of Sanaa Kuamsha Breakfast Entrees at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

On the entrée menu, you’ll find several familiar dishes complemented with unique African flavors. These dishes include Eggs Benedict (with two brown poached eggs, farmer’s ham, spice route hollandaise, arugula, and berries), Shahi Tukra French Toast (with saffron-scented sultan raisins, whipped chai cream, and almonds), and the Methi Paratha Wrap, which features scrambled eggs, potatoes masala, gouda, chermoula, and papaya achar. And for a plant-based option, you can try the Enriching Grains and Fruit dish with mixed grains, seasonal fruit, South African rusk, and coconut milk yogurt. 

Boere Breakfast at Sanaa Kuamsha Breakfast Entrees at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

The Boere Breakfast is another incredible plate with two cage-free eggs, African home fries, house-made boerewors sausage, bacon, and a coconut drop biscuit. 

Kid’s Explorer Platter and Mickey Waffles at Sanaa Kuamsha Breakfast Entrees at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

For the kids, they can enjoy the Kid’s Explorer Platter with one cage-free egg served any style, African home fries, bacon, and a coconut drop biscuit. Or they can chow down on some classic Mickey waffles and bacon! 

Sanaa is located in Kidani Village at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge and is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Sanaa Kuamsha Breakfast is offered 7-10am and reservations are not required. If you’re dining for the lunch or dinner period, reservations are highly encouraged. For more information and to make reservations, check out the My Disney Experience mobile app or visit the Walt Disney World Resort website. And with the holiday season upon us, be sure to make your reservations today, as bookings fill up fast! 

2 thoughts on “Enjoy a Hearty African Breakfast at Sanaa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

  1. Nicole says:

    My husband and I did eat there for breakfast last year! I don’t remember what we got but just the other day he was talking about how good the hash browns were because they had some spice/flavor in them that was tasty. It’s also just a fun place to eat.

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