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Does the restaurant have an accessible-height sink in the bathroom?YesNoUnsure
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Does this restaurant have one or more accessible parking spaces? These spaces include a wide access aisle, an accessible route to the building, and identified signage.YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant offer accessible seating in dining areas for guests with mobility impairments? Accessible seating includes: accessible aisles, wheelchair seating, counter height, and knee space.YesNoUnsure
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Does this restaurant offer an accessible route through the dining areas for guests with mobility, hearing, or visual impairments? This route should be well-lit, free of obstructions, and step-free.YesNoUnsure
Are emotional support animals allowed at this restaurant?YesNoUnsure
Does this restaurant have an elevator with braille signage representing the different floors to accommodate customers with vision impairments?YesNoUnsure
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I have been at WDW many, many times and although expensive, Jiko is my favorite restaurant. If you get there early for your reservation (which you must have) go around the right side of the lodge past the pool and if dark, use the night...More
Jiko offers such a magnificent menu that it is hard to decide on just one dish. Their filet is the best in Disney World, bar none. My husband enjoyed his steak and on another visit, he savored the boar. I do not care for curry,...More
Whenever we get to Orlando Jiko is on the list. Always great food and service and nice wine choices. Be sure you realize thay this is not usual park food....it's flavorful and spicy. Very attentive to gluten free.
Ate here upon the recommendation of a friend and so glad we did. We aren’t too familiar with African food, but very much enjoyed the presentation, spices and service at Jiko. We started with the squash soup, which was just ok. My husband had the...More
We always seem to go back . Excellent food and service. Server very friendly and attentive.we shared the filet and had Mac and cheese as the side which you need to request as no longer on menu. Filet melts in your mouth. Great atmosphere we...More
Did an early dinner to get back into AK before rivers of light and was pleasantly surprised. Have heard all the good reviews for years a d for some reason held out trying. My mistake. Appetizers elk flatbread and taste of Africa were outstanding. Dinner...More
We enjoyed a multi-course meal prepared by a chef from Africa who was nothing less than brilliant. I would love to tell you what we ate, but the wine pairings, along with my basic lack of familiarity with the cuisine, have left me bereft of...More
I knew what I was getting in to. Less food. Better pacing. I was ready.
I still left more than satisfied and close to bursting, but I managed to pop by Mara for a Zebra Dome before heading out this time, so I’ll call that...More
Our waiter helped sort through some foods we were not familiar with. That African bread appetizer is a must. We did flights of wine and that two was very good especially the panotage type wines. I had fillet mignon and it was cooked perfectly.
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I would highly recommend downloading the My Disney Experience app. Most, if not all, sit down restaurants require reservations. You can make those through the app or the website. On Disney’s website, you can see... More
I would highly recommend downloading the My Disney Experience app. Most, if not all, sit down restaurants require reservations. You can make those through the app or the website. On Disney’s website, you can see all dining options under Things To ado. You can sort by location and type of restaurant. On the individual restaurant site, it will state how many dining plan credits it takes. I know that Jiko requires 2 dining credits per person. Most of the “signature dining” locations do. Quick service restaurants don’t require reservations, and I believe are all 1 credit.
When I was last at Disney in September, we had the dining plan and ate at mostly 2 dining credit locations. We would either just eat breakfast or lunch and use snacks to fill the gaps. The dining plan (especially deluxe) is a ridiculous amount of food!
I hope this is helpful! Enjoy your first time in Disney!