Jiko?

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  1. Sazzo'sMommy

    Sazzo'sMommy DIS Veteran

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    We're thinking about eating at Jiko...What's yummy?

    DH is a meat eater and I'm a veggie!

    Give us suggestions, please!:Pinkbounc
     
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  3. disney queen

    disney queen DIS Veteran

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    http://allearsnet.com/menu/menu_jiko.htm i would highly recommend the filet of beef w/macaroni and cheese for your husband. it is very, very good! have a look at the menu for ideas you might enjoy. happy eating!:tongue:
     
  4. Uncleromulus

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    For the vegetarian I have no suggestions.
    But otherwise, that Filet is excellent!! But I'm partial to the berbre Braised Lamb Shank. A generous order, very flavorful (but NOT hot) and simply falling off the bone.
     
  5. Scratch42

    Scratch42 <font color=navy>I Owe, I Owe, so Off to Work I go

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    but only looking at the menu, they have some items that would look to be on the vegetarian side.

    From the Cooking Place:

    Lentil "Pastilla" - Lentil Filled Phyllo Packets with Sweet & Sour Sauce

    Maize "Tamales" - Truffle Oil, Fine Herbs, Maize Pudding Wrapped in Corn Husks

    Kalamata Olive Flat Bread with Five Cheeses

    Roasted Tomato & Spinach Flat Bread with Aged Tomme Goat Cheese and Cilantro Yogurt Drizzle

    Appetizers:

    Curried Lentil Soup
    Jiko Goat and Sheelp Cheese Selection
    Earthbound Farm Organic Field Greens
    Cucumber, Tomato and Red Onion Salad

    Entrees:

    Grain, Peas and Veggies - Black Gabonzo Peas, Quinoa, Pearl and Black Barley and Wheat Berries with Roasted Veggies and Seared Tandoori Tofu

    For your DH, I highly recommend the Oak-Grilled Filet Mignon! Last time I tried the Harissa Crusted Golden Bass and it was awesome!

    Hope this helps!

    Scratch
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    PS Excuse me now while I go make a PS for Jiko for our upcoming trip!LOL
     
  6. stinkerbelle

    stinkerbelle In a #10 sort of way?<br><font color=green>Sometim

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    I also have to agree with your hubby getting the Oak-Grilled Filet Mignon! Plus - there are a good amount of veg. entrees available as the previous poster stated.

    ENJOY it...it's one of my all time favorite restaurants in the world!

    definetly try the flat bread with teh 3 dipping sauces as an appetizer...really gets you in the "mood" for the "flavor" of the food to come.
     
  7. CRSNDSNY

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    DH and I are vegetarian, too and we have Jiko planned for our next trip. I looked at the sample menus at allearsnet.com and read the Vegetarian Guide to WDW...and it looks pretty veggie friendly!
     
  8. Ron from Michigan

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    The Beef Tenderloin w/ macaroni & cheese or the Pork Tenderloin dinners are both excellent. Show up a little early and take a walk outside to see the animals and explore the rest of this beautiful resort.
     
  9. Hollymom1229

    Hollymom1229 Art's Girl

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    For DH definitely the filet with mac and cheese. Best entree I've ever had on Disney property. DH and I split a Kalamata Olive Flatbread as an app and it was fantastic and meat free.
     

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