Boma or Sanaa?

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by danielephant, Oct 27, 2011.

  1. danielephant

    danielephant 3rd family trip in november

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    Which would you choose? Based on over all experience. We have zoo passes and go every other week so we are used to seeing the animals so it is not a huge perk for us. We will just be at AK that day and thought it would be a nice way to end AK and then head on to MK :)
     
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  3. maman_et_fille

    maman_et_fille Just a spoonful of sugar . . .

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    Sanaa. Stronger flavors, better atmosphere.
     
  4. danielephant

    danielephant 3rd family trip in november

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    by stronger flavors what do you mean? we have never had african or indian cuisine...so i am nervous! LOL
     
  5. dr&momto2boys

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    Boma is a great buffet, but I loved Sanaa. I didn't think I would even like Sanaa and I'm not an adventurous eater, but I really enjoyed it and look forward to returning some day. I especially enjoyed the breads and dips as an appetizer. My entree and dessert were good too.
     
  6. maman_et_fille

    maman_et_fille Just a spoonful of sugar . . .

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    Neither place was too strongly spiced to us, but the flavors at Sanaa seemed brighter, clearer, maybe a little more authentic? Nima seemed like the flavors were more mainstream, if that makes sense - maybe not enough flavor (not necessarily spice, just a good flavor in your mouth). Plus I much prefer a true sit down meal over a buffet - with kids you're constantly back and forth for food!
     
  7. danielephant

    danielephant 3rd family trip in november

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    thanks so much! I am going to hold on to my resi. then! Thanks :)
     
  8. ejrj

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    hmmm. So would you say that someone who really likes Indian food might be disappointed?
     
  9. danielephant

    danielephant 3rd family trip in november

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    I have never had either...so there will be no disappointment there :)
     

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