Photos: Animal Kingdom’s Restaurantosaurus Launches New Burgers and Sundaes Dinner Experience

Last night Restaurantosaurus in Animal Kingdom‘s DinoLand USA launched their new hybrid quick service/table service dinner experience with a focus on the burgers and sundaes. Burgers and sundaes, sign us up! We were there to check out this new dining option in Disney World.

Restaurantosaurus

The new dining experience is in addition to the existing quick-service dining options at this location.

When you arrive you will see a check-in desk where you do just that as well as receive menus for the experience.

Welcome to Restaurantosaurus’ Burgers and Sundaes Experience

Your dinner for this new experience includes an entree from a selection of burgers, a side, one trip to the build-your-own-sundae bar, and a non-alcoholic drink. The new experience is $22.99 plus tax for adults and $14.99 plus tax for kids ages 3 through 9, or a Disney Dining Plan quick service credit.

The burgers were developed by the team at Disney SpringsD-Luxe Burger and are made of ground beef chuck, short ribs, and brisket. Burger options are: Chili Cheese Corn Chips, All-American, Mushroom and Swiss, Pulled Pork Barbecue, and Sunny-Side Up.

Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Menu

There are non-burger options on the menu including a Wedge Salad, Plant-Based Burger, and a Breaded Chicken Sandwich. Side options are French Fries, Onion Rings, and a Side Salad.

A non-alcoholic drink is included in your meal; alcoholic drinks are available for purchase.

Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Menu

Once you decide on your options and place your order at a dedicated counter, you are seated at your assigned table, where you will find a “bucket of fun” as we are calling it!

Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Seating
Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Seating

The bucket, bearing your table number, is stuffed with crayons and (washable) markers, as well as stencils. Adults and kids alike are encouraged to color and draw on the butcher paper that serves as your table cloth while you wait for your dinner.

Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Seating
Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Seating

As you are seated you are encouraged to try any and all of the sauces at the station. Like the burgers, the Buffalo, BBQ Mustard, Mayo Ketchup, and Horseradish sauces, were created by the team at D-Luxe Burger.

Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Sauces

When your dinner is ready it will be brought to your table.

Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience

Your burgers are served on a small tray with your side in a paper cup. It was nice to get steak fries with this meal — they are perfect for dipping, or eating plain.

Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Sunny-Side Up Burger and Fries
Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Chili Cheese Corn Chips Burger
Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Onion Rings

Now, the most important part of the meal…dessert! When you are ready for your sundae take your card up to the “dig site” for two scoops of ice cream. You can mix and match your flavors from Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, or Raspberry Sorbet.

Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Sundae Card
Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Ice Cream “Dig Site”
Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Ice Cream “Dig Site”

Now the work begins. There are so many choices for your toppings — and no limits! You can add as many or as few toppings as you want!

Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Sundae Bar
Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Sundae Bar
Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Sundae Bar

Don’t let the choices overwhelm you, there is a map — and so many options — 20 to be exact! Good thing there is a map to help us out!

Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Sundae Bar
Restaurantosaurus Burgers and Sundaes Experience Sundae Bar

Overall we really enjoyed this experience. The burgers are hand-made, cooked well (not over-cooked), the burger toppings are also a step above what you get at quick service locations. We enjoyed the steak fries as they hold up well to dipping or soaking up leftover burger toppings.  And of course, the sundae bar was a lot of fun, and a sweet way to close out the meal.

Currently Advanced Dining Reservations are available for this new experience through November 10, 2019.

What do you think of this new dining option? Will you be trying this out? Let us know in the comments!

Don’t forget! Pizzafari in Animal Kingdom is offering a similar hybrid quick service/table service option with their Family-Style Dining Experience. Learn more here.

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Sarah has built a career in communications and marketing that started when she was the editor of her high school newspaper. She has written for AllEars.net since 2018, and enjoys sharing Disney news and updates with the AllEars community. She's been a Disney fan ever since her first visit to Walt Disney World when she was 5, and has been known to arrange trips around visiting a Disney park!

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5 Replies to “Photos: Animal Kingdom’s Restaurantosaurus Launches New Burgers and Sundaes Dinner Experience”

  1. Just made a reservation yesterday when I saw this! We were already going, may as well give this a try! We’ve been to DeLuxe burgers and they were great! The guys in our group will love the sundae bar!

  2. looking forward to going to this! menu looks loads better than the standard food there but for the same qs credit. will have a tough time choosing between the chili burger and the egg burger, both look really good! and i like the pail and shovel for the kids. no, it’s nothing fancy, but really, i think disney could afford to give out simple things like this with a lot of kid’s meal considering the prices. to my knowledge, this is the only place that does something.

  3. They took that meat mix burger from the yacht club pool menu. That’s what they use there. It’s decent. Same with the pail and shovel for kids. Looks decent just nothing great.