Choose The One That Has To Go

  • Jiko
  • Tiffins
  • Sanaa

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I hope you meant has a ‘to go’ option :laughing: :joy: :laughing: not be gone you foul thing :crazy_face:. I voted for the former :wink:

Are you staying at AKL?

Nope. You can keep two and one has to go. :yum:

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Tiffins is suuuuuuuch a time suck and just not that great or special of an experience to me.

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ok… thanks for the clarification. I changed my vote to the one I’ve never been to :laughing:

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No, ma’am. Here’s where I am stuck. Jiko is a fave for me and I’ve never been to Sanaa, so naturally I want to dine there. But my husband has only asked for one thing so far - he wants to eat at the restaurant “Where I had the swordfish.”
That’s Tiffins, and the swordfish isn’t on the menu anymore. (Jiko and Tiffins are in my top five faves, but I would bypass Tiffins this trip if my husband hadn’t requested it …

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I know everyone loves the naan and dips at Sanaa, but really I just don’t think it’s worth going out of your way for. Especially when you can’t even guarantee a window seat to see the animals.

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You can tell them you’re happy to wait for a table at the windows

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A bread service is the last thing I would order, but I know it’s one of the apps people rave about. I think my husband would like it, too.
The only way I was able to talk him into accompanying me this trip was by promising him space to do leisurely things - like taking a nap. :laughing:
Maybe I could sneak over to the “one that has to go” while he’s sleeping. All I need at Jiko is the wild boar appetizer and a wine flight. :thinking:

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Naps are excellent! But would he take one so late in the day to make it to Jiko?

Good point - they are only open for dinner.

How’s breakfast at Sanaa? Is the food (besides not being all you can eat) comparable to Boma breakfast as far as African inspired?

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I have no idea. I don’t think the Boma breakfast is that African inspired either though. Dinner more so.

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Breakfast at Sanaa is quick service, so not sure how comparable to Boma

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I voted Sanaa after reading your post.

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Tiffins, there is no way I can vote Sanaa or Jiko

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Would the fact that the swordfish isn’t on the menu help him be willing to skip it?

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My family loved Sanaa when we ate there in 2017, but we were underwhelmed with it at Christmas. So sadly, that was my choice.

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I’ve dined at all three.

Sanaa is great if you get a window table and if it’s light outside. Though people get bizarrely excited about bread.

I’ve had my best meal at WDW at Tiffins (and I’ve been to V&A) but I’ve also been disappointed there. It is currently my signature choice for my June trip.

Jiko was … fine. I don’t really get the love for it. But the service was top notch.

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To be fair, I haven’t been to any of them, but I picked Tiffins simply because it seems like a huge time suck in the park. I’ve had and then cancelled ADRs for it numerous times because I don’t want a big heavy meal at lunch when I still have park touring to do, and I cannot imagine ending the day at AK without Pandora at night. Really hard to fit Tiffins in and do that.

A restaurant at a resort I could schedule AFTER park hours or on a non-park day.

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