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It's a WDW pizza place. The decor is nice, and it's air conditioned, but the food won't blow you away. What it is though is a solid meal that is prepared quickly and is large.
Also has frozen lemonade as a dessert which is awesome.
My party of 6 had breakfast here in October 2012 and found it very tasty. I had the spinach and goat cheese frittata with salsa fresco and breakfast potatoes. It was a nice break from the ham, egg and cheese croissants and Bounty platters we had been having all week!
The potatoes were a bit dry, but edible with the addition of ketchup. My husband had the breakfast pannini and while he enjoyed it, it did not come with any side items. However, my boys had the Bounty platters and we had lots of extras to share.
My favorite part about Pizzafari is the building itself. The restaurant is enormous and has several different seating areas, some looking out on the landscaping. The restaurant never seems crowded (even during the lunch rush) and is a welcome escape from the ever-present heat and sun that seem to drain me at AK.
I had lunch here in 2010 and really enjoyed the pizza, salad and dessert. The pizza is standard Disney frozen pizza, but in my opinion much better than some of the other pizza served elsewhere. The chocolate mousse was a stand-out...lots of chocolate flavor!
I recommend Pizzafari for lunch or breakfast and although Flame Tree Barbeque gets much better reviews...I prefer to eat indoors here rather than battle the birds at Flame Tree!
The food here is fine, but the best part of eating here is the awesome murals that are all over the building. The cast members love explaining the common theme in each room, and y children love to soak in all the details.
The pizza that is served is fine and similar to most other counter service pizza places at WDW. My favorite items on the menu are the Italian sandwich and the Antipasto Salad. Both are very good and the portion size is pretty big. All in all, this is a nice place to eat while at AK especially during days when the weather is hot or if it's rainy.
There are not a ton of options at Animal Kingdom and Pizzafari is a safe bet. If you like pizza then this is where you should go at AK. Much less expensive than the kids pizza at Rainforest Cafe. Not really much to say about this place.
Pizzafari is a large counter service restaurant with both indoor and outdoor seating in Discovery Island at Disney's Animal Kingdom. Menu items include pizza, salads, and beverages.