Tiffin’s Guest Post

This week we have a guest post from Michael, he recently dined at the Signature Dining restaurant in Animal Kingdom, Tiffins.

Tiffin's Front Entrance
Tiffin’s Front Entrance

I had high hopes for Tiffins since it was a signature restaurant and it does put on a good show. Unfortunately, it seems to be a facade. Our waitress was very nice but not as accommodating as I expected for the prices here. There was no offer for a chef to come out and speak with us which was fine.

Check In Desk
Check In Desk
Wine Cooler
Wine Cooler
Decor
Decor
Decor
Decor

She gave my family the ‘allergy menu’ which is bound in leather (ugh.) The only option on the menu for entrees is the vegetable curry ($29) and there was no offer to change anything else to make it vegan. The kids menu had nothing either and the black bean fritters on the appetizer menu aren’t vegan either. I asked if the vegetable rolls from Nomad’s Lounge, which is attached to the restaurant, could be ordered and she said no.

Table Setting
Table Setting
Vegan Bread
Pre-Meal Bread

The bread that came out was vegan and pretty good. We ordered the apple walnut salad and beet salad which looked nice but pretty bland. The vegetable curry was also pretty disappointing. The vegetables were under-cooked and it had no kick to it at all which you would expect from a curry.

Salad
Apple Walnut Salad
Beet Salad
Beet Salad
Vegetable Curry
Vegetable Curry

Our kids ordered a bowl of pasta with marinara sauce (blah) and a plate of veggies and potatoes which ended up being the best thing there.

Beautiful decor, bland food, and high prices. I’m just glad that I was invited here and didn’t pay for it. Would not return.

Thanks for the review, Michael!

Author: vegdisneyworld

Two Disney loving Vegans who want to share the newest and best treats in Disney World.

One thought

  1. A different perspective on the vegetable curry–I have had the dish twice (one in June when they recently opened and a second time in December) and have to say it was exceptional. The vegetables were done to perfection (not too hard and not too squishy) and the sauce had a nice kick to it. This is one of my favorite vegan dishes at Walt Disney World. I recommend this restaurant to other vegans looking for an upscale dining experience at Disney.

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