We ALWAYS begin with the bread service- and we ALWAYS order it for 4, so we can get all the dips. There were some new ones on the plate, and we loved them ALL- very hard to choose which we like best. Looking at the current menu, it may have even changed again, because I don't recognize the new one on the bottom as fitting with any menu I can find online- it was coconut something, and it was great. About halfway through the service, I realized that I had forgotten to ask for no pappadum. Not that there’s anything wrong with pappadum, but when you can have paneer paratha & onion kulcha ( even Naan which is yummy but kind of ordinary next to the other two), why on God’s green earth would you want to try a dry brittle cracker (which is what that pappadum is) with your dips? Well, it was ok that I had forgotten to mention it, because our AWESOME server thinks like I do and left that pappadum off the plates. Next , there was a parade- I LOVE a parade!! Click to play- We were served our salad samplers- and since we like to sample everything, we ordered one of each salad, doubling the watermelon one. Here there were also some new ones to try! Salad Sampler Choice of Three Salads $6.99 Chickpeas with cucumber and tomato Kachumbar (cucumber) Watermelon, lime, and radish Roasted Beets Bhel Puri There were also several new choices on the main course menu. Slow Cooked in Gravy, Simple and Well Seasoned Choice of two served with Basmati Rice or Five-grain pilaf $18.99 Butter Chicken Spicy Durban Chicken Shrimp with Green Curry Sauce Spicy Durban Shrimp Beef Short Ribs Lamb (prepared some other way than what the current menus say) I tried the Butter chicken, which is basically the same as the old Red Curry Chicken but with cream added. They have also gone back to calling it Red Curry Chicken on the current menu). I also had an old favorite, the shrimp in green curry, along with Basmati rice, which is divine. Someone else had the same shrimp, but also tried the short ribs- I also know Pam ordered the 5 Grain Pilaf, which tastes like dirt. But she liked it. Never have seen anyone like that before! I think someone else had the Sustainable Fish which that day was flounder, but I don’t have a pic. We were all enjoying our meal immensely- the only downside of this restaurant (and maybe if we would stop ordering every sampler known to man at our table it wouldn’t be an issue) is the size of the actual table- it is VERY VERY hard to fit all the food & wine on the table in their special holders! I wish the food imagineers would have a pow wow with the plate imagineers and the table imagineers when they plan these restaurants! SHEESH! Digging in- tired but happy- We were all WAAAAAAY too full for dessert, but we were treated to this anyway-Chocolate Cake with Raspberry Mint Sorbet $5.99 We all had a bite, it was yummy! We rolled out of Sanaa, and were fading fast- but still wanted to check out Kidani, and Jambo, before hopping over to Epcot. But would we make it? Next!