Location: The Bradley Falls Kiosk is located on the path that connects Asia and Africa in the back of Animal Kingdom, near the entrance to Flights of Wonder. It used to be called “Safari Egg Roll” and sold a variety of egg rolls. The menu and name have since changed.
Food type: Vegetarian options and beverages.
Dining Plan: A few items are snacks, but it doesn’t accept quick service credits.
Unique Items: The Fruit Salad is also available at Tamu Tamu Refreshments and Edamame Beans are also sold in the Japan Pavilion, but the Asian Noodle Salad and Summer Rolls are unique.
- One of few dedicated vegetarian kiosks on property.
- Unique, fresh, healthy choices.
- Rarely anyone in line.
- Convenient if you’re in the back of the Park.
- For the price, portions are small.
- May close as early as 3:15pm.
- Lacks meat.
Value: It’s hard to say. For the size of what you’ll get, prices are on the high side. However, the ingredients are relatively high quality. Generally speaking, I’ll say value is low here, but check out the food photos below for additional details.
Reputation: It’s difficult to find someone that has tried anything here, but those that do seem to enjoy what they’re served, even if it’s costly.
Asian Noodle Salad:
The presentation on this one is kind of sad. I don’t like being served food in a container that I can see the bottom of. Is that weird? But it would look like a lot more if they used a container half the size. This was peanut-flavor-based and reminded me of a recipe my mom makes. I thought it was very good, if not a bit awkward to eat with the long spaghetti noodles and various vegetables. I was making a mess. This isn’t a lot of food either, though heartier than the Spring Rolls (pictured below). I spent $12.76 on the two items and came away hungry, which isn’t a good thing in my book. I’d be more positive about both items if the Spring Rolls were $4 and the Noodle Salad was $5. That’s still overpriced, but more in line with other items. Both items tasted very good, but I’m not sure the value is there.
This is the new version of the Spring Rolls on the right. It’s served with a Peanut Sauce that wasn’t exactly what I was expecting. I was thinking it was going to be more of a Thai peanut sauce. Instead, it’s a sweet, extremely gooey concoction that did taste a bit like peanuts, but it seemed to be soy-sauce based.
On the plus side, they’re still very good. You now get two and they’re a bit longer and much thinner than before, making them easier to handle and lowering the chances that they’ll break.
On the other hand, I don’t think they present much value at $5.49. Considering everything at Disney World is “overpriced,” we do have to take that into consideration. But it’s not a lot of food for nearly six bucks. They are a nice, light option though if you want to look at it from that angle. If they were available in bulk from Costco for $1 each, I’d have these in my fridge 24/7. So I guess I’m saying that they’re still very good, but the high price lowers the value, especially considering six months ago you could get just as much food with a better sauce for two dollars.
Bradley Falls does not have dedicated seating. However, you will find some tables with gorgeous views of the Tree of Life along the walkway. Look to the right as you walk from Africa to Asia or to the left as you walk from Asia to Africa.