All locations have vegetarian options, kids’ meals, and if you identify yourself, special dietary requests can usually be accommodated. There are no plastic drink lids because they can choke animals. The fruit cart ($2.50/piece) is in Africa. The most interesting bites are often found not at the restaurants but at the food kiosks (look for mac and cheese at Eight Spoon Café, tuna tataki and pork bao at Caravan Road, chicken dumplings at Mr. Kamal’s, plus others) on the paths linking Discovery Island and Africa to Asia; if they’re open, they’ll be on your Guide Map or listed in the smartphone app.

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