I second this!
Thinking about the pickiest eater in our family, I’d go with Yak and Yeti. There’s just more on that menu that would appeal to my picky guy. YMMV.
I have been to both pre-pandemic. Not sure how things might differ now. Atmosphere-wise, I’d still go with Yak and Yeti. My kids aren’t that into character dining and as I recall, Tusker House had a tiny bit of a cafeteria feel to it - it was pretty much a grid of tables in an open space. (Nicer tables and chairs than you’d find in a cafeteria and some nice decor, though.) Yak and Yeti had a more traditional restaurant feel to it, where you felt like you had a smidge more privacy.
How is TH food being served? Is it still a buffet? That’s something to consider as well. Unless the food is amazing (i.e. Boma), I think it’s really nice to have a CM bring your food to the table. After walking around all morning, getting to relax and be served is a treat for me. I’m sure there are others that prefer a buffet though - it has the advantage of not waiting for your order to be prepared!