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Boma - Flavors of Africa

Boma in Africa is "an open, natural space that provides safety and shelter in the bush." The 270-seat "marketplace" restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner, featuring an exhibit kitchen and bakery that allows guests to walk up to a half-dozen side-by-side cooking stations and have their entrées freshly prepared. Curries, chutneys and other Indian and Asian influences add fabulous flavors to grilled fish, meats and vegetables. Diners find authentic soups, stews, tossed-to-order salads and other market-fresh fare on the daily menu. "Choices can be as simple as rotisserie grilled chicken, but the fun begins when adventurous eaters add a flavorful cucumber sambal or a sweet chutney," says Chef Frank Brough, who oversees the team of chefs in Boma's kitchen.

Soups, from hearty seafood gumbo to curry-infused mulligatawny, are a highlight, along with salads such as avocado, grapefruit and papaya or roasted chicken with chili-cilantro vinaigrette. Entrees include grilled seafood, slow-roasted ribs and whole-spiced chicken accompanied by couscous, saffron rice or fried sweet potato. Add chutneys, a peppery sambal or a sweet-and-sour chile papaya sauce for a delightful international treat. Breads, too, are African-inspired, including golden-brown naan, light and flaky chapatis or a blue cornbread.

Cultural representatives from Africa serve as hosts and hostesses, greeting guests as they enter the thatched-roof eatery. "This personal interaction helps our guests understand African culture," says Clement. "Diners will find food they're used to, but also new and unusual versions of African cuisine." For children, there's a separate cooking station with its own chef.

Essential Information

Animal Kingdom Lodge

Sit-down restaurant.
Cuisine - African & American.

Included in Disney Dining Plan

Tips & Fun Facts

Try selections from the unique South African wine list. Many selections are available by the glass.
Don't miss the on-stage wood-burning rotisserie.
This location can accommodate most special dietary needs. Advance notice may be required and cancellation fees may apply. Please indicate any special dietary need at time of reservation booking.

Check out the back of some of the chairs for hidden Mickeys.

Advanced Dining Reservations

Reservations recommended. Book up to 180 days in advance (or up to 190 days for Disney Resort guests).
Call 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463)

Reviews & Ratings

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Meals Served
Breakfast, dinner.

Average Cost for full meal
$15 - $30 per person

Typical Menu Items
Breakfast - pancakes, waffles, fresh fruit, banana bread, pastries, cereal, oatmeal muffins, french toast.
Dinner - African breads, tropical fruits, salads, soups, stews, vegetables, seafood, steak, chicken.

Most popular menu items
Zebra bread, Zebra domes, Chocolate mousse crunch, Prime rib





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