Drinkwallah Review at Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Drinkwallah is located in the Asia section.
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You’ll basically find it across from Yak & Yeti Restaurant. Disney recently expanded the location so that the entrance is around the corner. This should not significantly affect your stay, at least if you follow the red arrow.
You might expect its menu to be a lot more eclectic given how Drinkwallah looks on the outside. Despite the look, there isn’t a whole lot here other than a few beverages and Disney’s Cinnamon-Glazed Pecans and Almonds.
For years, Drinkwallah offered this Coconut-Lychee Lemonade. Cast made it with Parrot Bay Coconut Rum, Lychee, and Odwalla Lemonade at a cost that was a couple of dollars less than most cocktails. The Lemonade certainly wasn’t very potent, but it ended up being one of the more refreshing drinks available at the Park. It also wasn’t a sugar bomb, which we always appreciate during the Florida heat. It may still be available, even if it isn’t on the current online menu. I’ll update all of these listings with the actual menus once the Parks reopen.
$5.59 Cinnamon-Glazed Pecans
Disney’s Cinnamon-Glazed Nuts are a nice transportable snack. The nuts retain a nice crunch, despite the large machine coating them with a lot more cinnamon and sugar than you probably thought possible. They are surprisingly addicting, so you might consider keeping the purchase to yourself.
$11 Frozen Coca-Cola with Captain Morgan Spiced Rum
This is about what you would expect, with the potency of the cocktail dependent on how much rum the cast member adds. It can certainly be a refreshing, boozy affair.
Drinkwallah now enjoys one of the prettiest, most serene seating areas around. The arrow points down to the lower garden seating where a few people are already sitting.
Here’s a look at night.
And a look at Drinkwallah from Discovery Island. Additional seating is available at Flame Tree Barbecue or Yak & Yeti Local Foods Cafe.