Circle of Flavors: Harambe at Night Food Offerings Announced

A few months ago, we shared information about an all-new dining experience known as Circle of Flavors: Harambe at Night.

Harambe Market

This new add-on experience celebrates The Lion King and African culture.

Not only will there be fun entertainment and delicious food, but Disney has also announced an all-new Kilimanjaro Safari VR experience, which will take place at Rafiki’s Planet Watch. This 360-degree safari experience will allow you to get face-to-face with the hosts of the event, the African lions.

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Harambe Train Station Offerings

Things kick off at the Harambe Train Station, where you will get to dine on meat pies, Durban chips and dip and more.

There will be fruit, cheese, and caramel-dipped apples for the little ones. And the adults will have the opportunity to sip on a sparking South African wine, which is a blend of passion fruit, orange, and guava juices.

Rafiki’s Planet Watch Offerings

During the welcome reception, you will receive a boarding pass. This pass will allow you to hop on the train to Rafiki’s Planet Watch to enjoy not only the VR experience, but a few delectable treats as well. Here you’ll find spiced crisp plantains, South African oat and coconut bars, Sundowner Safari Mix, and more. On top of this, you will find yummy kiddo options like seasonal fruit and Trail Mix Bites. There will be a few boozy options for the adults here, too, like the Chief’s Shandy (Tusker beer blended with lemonade), and Wanjohi’s Dawa, a refreshing blend of tequila, pineapple, mango, and Ancho chile.

Rafiki’s Planet Watch

Harambe Market Offerings

You’ll eventually head back to your final destination: Harambe Market. There you will have a delicious dinner while listening to delightful African musicians. There will also be a dance party and a bit of storytelling!

What does the menu include, you ask? Well, there will be an “array of hearty dishes and yummy desserts inspired by the five featured African animals.” And around the marketplace, there will be stations representing these animals along with a selection of different offerings in the courtyard. Long story short — there will be LOTS of food.

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At each station, you will get to learn a bit about that particular animal, which we think is pretty cool. Also, if your little ones are interested, there will be an opportunity for them to choose a charm of their favorite of the five animals. And they’ll get to create their own jewelry piece while learning more about that animal.

Disney has released the following information about each of the food stations:

The African Lion Station

  • Char-Grilled Steak with Herb-Infused Mealie, Chakalaka, and a Red Wine Sauce
  • Chicken with Fingerling Potatoes, Kool Slaai, and Mango Sambal
  • Chicken Tenders (Kid’s Option)

The Cape Buffalo Station

  • Shrimp Curry with Sustainable Shrimp, Cape Malay Green Coconut Curry, and Fragrant Basmati Rice
  • Grilled Sweet Corn with Farmer’s Cheese, Chili-Lime Spice, and Citrus Aioli
  • Barbecued Ribs (Kid’s Option)
  • Macaroni and Cheese (Kid’s Option)

The Rhinoceros Station

  • Vegetable Curry with Roasted Seasonal Vegetables served over Basmati Rice
  • Vegetarian Potato and Pea Samosa, Pickled Vegetables, and Tamarind Dipping Sauce
  • Barbecued Ribs (Kid’s Option)
  • Macaroni and Cheese (Kid’s Option)

The African Elephant Station

  • Smoked Honey-glazed Pork Belly with White Bean Purée, Caramelized Apple-Bacon Chutney, and Curry-Apple Gastrique
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The Leopard Station

  • Sustainable Fish with Coriander-Fennel Slaw and Dhania Chutney
  • Grilled Lamb with Goat Cheese Polenta and Roasted Garlic Sauce
  • Mini Corn Dog (Kid’s Option)

Harambe Market Courtyard Station

  • Petite Greens, Local Tomatoes, Cucumber, Sweety Drop Peppers, Citrus, and Citrus Vinaigrette
  • Boerie Roll with South African Farmers’ Style Sausage, Peppadews, and Pickled Vegetables
  • African Spiced Popcorn

Dessert Station

  • Honey-Caramel Candy Bar with Crispy Pearls
  • Animal-inspired Cupcakes
  • Lions S’mores Pop with Chocolate and Graham Cracker Crumbs
Circle of Flavors: Harambe at Night ©Disney

Specialty Beverages

  • Talking Monkey – Coffee Liqueur, Banana Liqueur, and Espresso-infused Snow Leopard Vodka
  • Marketplace Sangria – Blend of African Wine and Rooibos Tea finished with a Citrus and Mint Infusion
  • Safari Sunset – Passion Fruit, Strawberry, Orange, and Guava Juices blended with Rum
  • Assorted African-inspired Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Beverages (Also available at the Welcome Reception and Rafiki’s Planet Watch Train Station)
  • Assorted African Beer and Wine (Also available at the Welcome Reception and Rafiki’s Planet Watch Train Station)
Harambe Market ©Disney

The Circle of Flavors: Harambe at Night event starts on July 24 and will take place for a limited time on select nights from 6- 9 p.m. The event is $125 plus tax for adults and $99 for children. Separate park admission is still required. If you’re interested call 407-939-3463 or visit the Walt Disney World Resort website.

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One Reply to “Circle of Flavors: Harambe at Night Food Offerings Announced”

  1. We did Harambe Nights a few years ago, and was easily one of my favorite hard ticket events at WDW. When I saw this one, I couldn’t wait to sign on! Now that I see all that is being offered, I’m very excited that we will be going in September