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    Talking Tusker House Dining

    We were not too sure if we should make ressies at Tusker House since it is now a buffet. We ended up eating at the Flametree BBQ, which, was pretty good. Any reviews on the Tusker House Buffet?
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    I'm thinking about eating here also and would love to get opinions prior to booking it.

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    We have been there twice. The first time in January and we hated it. I think it was our mood at the time. We had just encountered a rude CM. We tried it again in April and we loved it. The food was really good.

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    We just ate there last week. We really liked it. There were quite a few salads with couscous and rice, several vegetable dishes, a couple of kinds of potatoes including red skin mashed and carved beef and pork. There was a great selection of breads including some special kind of corn bread. There was a small dessert buffet with some kind of mango dessert, macaroons, brownies, chocolate cake, cherry cobbler, cookies, and a few other items. Our server was excellent. We will definitely eat there again.
    It was not crowded when we were there - we did have reservations but I don't think they were necessary.

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    We love the new Tusker House. We eat a very light breakfast and make reservations for 11:35 lunch-we've eaten 3 times so far. There is a huge variety and everything is fresh and delicious. My favorites are the vegetable samosas, the coucous salad, the chutneys on the flatbread crackers, the rotisserie chicken, seafood stew, salmon--it's all good. I highly recommend it.
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    Meh, you could do better. Though as far as Animal Kingdom dining goes, it's probably one of the better options (I'm not sure how Y&Y is).

    But we made the mistake of going to Tusker House after we had gone to Boma a few days prior. They're similar in that they're both African-themed buffets, but Boma is in a totally different league.

    It's certainly better than having to scarf down a cheeseburger at Restaurantosaurus though.

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