Yak & Yeti Quality Beverages at Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Yak & Yeti Quality Beverages is located in Asia.
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Yak & Yeti Quality Beverages is basically located around the corner from the main Yak & Yeti quick service ordering area. It’s typically only open during peak lunch time, so don’t be surprised if the window is closed by 4pm.
Yak & Yeti Quality Beverages Food Menu
Pull up the complete menu at DisneyWorld.com here.
While it’s technically known as “Yak & Yeti Quality Beverages,” the window serves the quick service’s cold entrees and main sides and desserts. Quality Beverages also serves the only Turkey Leg you’ll find at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, probably because the heater that keep the meat warm is sitting right inside the window. You can pull up a review of most of these food items in the main Yak & Yeti review.
Because of its obscure location, Yak & Yeti Quality Beverages rarely sports a line longer than a person or two to order. That makes it a good bet if you’re after Egg Rolls or something else that the window offers in the middle of the afternoon.
The Yak Attack and Frozen Emperor Margarita Specialty Drinks are likely why this window exists. Yak & Yeti doesn’t offer either on its main menu, which is strange, since they’d sell thousands more of them if they did.
$11 Beso Del Sol Sangria
Beso Del Sol is pretty good as far as boxed/bottled sangria is concerned. It’s not overly sweet like most, and doesn’t suffer at all from the acidity of your typical red wine. Eleven dollars for a short pour is highway robbery considering a three-liter box costs $18 at the store. But it’s here if you want it. The 8.5% ABV that the box advertises isn’t great either, considering most red wines come in around 12%.
$11 Yak Attack
With Mango Daiquiri, Don Q Cristal Rum, and Wildberry flavors.
A cast member will dispense your concoction out of the Electric Freeze machine. The Yak Attack is mango-y sweet with no alcohol taste whatsoever. The drinks are on the large side. They also taste better than most of the other frozen drinks that are just a small pour of rum underneath an otherwise non-alcoholic slush. I’d pick one of these up over stopping at Warung Outpost, where you’ll pay more money.
$11 Frozen Emperor Margarita
This is available in your standard Lime, in addition to Strawberry, Mango, or Wildberry with Sauza Gold Tequila. Again, the frozen cocktails are $2 less than Disney’s own version at Warung Outpost, making them a good value. This is half strawberry and half mango. They’re just as cold and refreshing and, at a minimum, just as boozy as anything you’d get from an outdoor vendor.