If you have ever talked to a Disney veteran for any length of time, they have probably mentioned how amazing the Sanaa’s Indian-style Bread Service is. It is a legend among us!
Sanaa is a restaurant at Animal Kingdom Lodge that is an East African restaurant that is inspired by Indian flavors. It is themed as a traditional spice market located under the branches of an acacia tree. There are huge picture windows where you can view the variety of animals on the savannah as you dine.
For $18, you can elect to try the Indian-style Bread Service. And here’s 3 reasons why you should!
#1 – 5 Breads – You get to try the variety of Indian-style breads including Traditional Naan, Garlic-Ginger Naan, Spiced Naan, Onion Kucha, and Paneer Paratha.
#2 – 9 Accompaniments – The bread is serviced with 9 different accompaniments and there is enough for you to all try them a couple times to choose your favorite. Flavors vary from sweet to savory and also mild to spicy.
Traditional Naan, Garlic-Ginger Naan, Spiced Naan, Onion Kulcha, or Paneer Paratha. Accompaniments – Cucumber Raita, Roasted Red Pepper Hummus, Mango Chutney, Tomato-Date Jam, Tamarind Chutney, Coriander Chutney, Garlic Pickle, Red Chile Sambal, or Spicy Jalapeño-Lime Pickle.
#3 – Ask for more – You can order extra breads for the accompaniments….there is so much that the bread they provide won’t use it all. And honestly, you might want to wait to order your entree until you’ve dined on this bread service. It could end up being your meal. It is that filling and good!
It’s always so interesting to find out which ones are the favorites for everyone at the table. My husband and I never agree on the best ones.
If you do add entrees to your order, we both enjoyed our dishes.
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