Updated 8/25/11 Menu Update – Pork Sandwich is 30 cents more expensive; Ribs and Chicken Combo is a new entree; Peanut Butter and Jelly Kids Meal is new; All Kids Meals are 50 cents more expensive; French fries are a smaller serving, now $2.49 instead of the $3.99 French Fry Basket; Fountain Beverages in both sizes are 40 cents more expensive; Hot Cocoa is 10 cents more expensive.
Flame Tree Barbecue is located in Discovery Island along the path that leads to/from DinoLand USA.
Smoked Specialties – All Meat Seasoned With Flame Tree Special Barbecue Rub
1/2 Slab of St. Louis Ribs Served With Baked Beans and Coleslaw: $10.69
1/2 Chicken Served With Baked Beans and Coleslaw: $9.69
Pork Sandwich Served With Baked Beans: $8.99
Ribs and Chicken Combo With Baked Beans and Coleslaw: $11.99
Barbecued Chicken Salad – Mixed Greens Tossed with Barbecued Chicken: $7.79
Fruit Plate – Seasonal Sliced Fruit served with Honey Yogurt: $6.99
Smoked Turkey Breast Sandwich Served on Sunflower Bread with Cranberry Mayonnaise with Fresh Fruit: $8.99
For Guests Ages 9 and Under
All meals include Grapes, Carrot Sticks, and choice of 1% Mickey Milk, small Bottled Water, or 100% Apple Juice. Cookie or Soft Drink Available Upon Request.
Baked Chicken Drumstick: $5.49
Hot Dog: $5.49
Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich: $5.49
Onion Ring Basket: $3.79
French Fries: $2.49
Chocolate Mousse: $3.59
Key Lime Mousse: $3.59
Coca Cola, Diet Coke, Sprite, Minute Maid Light Lemonade, Gold Peak Unsweetened Tea, Gold Peak Sweetened Tea Fountain Beverage: $2.59 & $2.89
Animal Kingdom Souvenir Mug Served With Your Choice of Soft Drink, Coffee, or Hot Cocoa: $4.69. Mug is not Refillable
Dasani Bottled Water: $2.50
Coffee (Regular or Decaf): $2.09
Hot Tea: $2.09
Nestle Hot Cocoa: $1.99
Beer and Wine
Bud Light: $5.50
Safari Amber: $6.25
Wine – Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, or Merlot: $6.95
Flame Tree Barbecue features tables with an amazing view of the water and Expedition Everest in the background as well as a great number of tables that sit in otherwise pleasant surroundings. The downsides are that all tables are outside and birds are common in the area thanks to food scraps and feeding. Arrive around 11am in order to snag a table near the water or eat between 3pm and 4:30pm to have a better chance. Luckily, Flame Tree has a ton of tables spread out amongst several different areas.
You won’t find anything too exciting at Flame Tree’s condiment bars. I recommend trying the barbecue without adding additional “sweet and spicy barbecue sauce” first. You can always slather it on afterward.
Old Menu – to August 24 2011