My dd would like to know if the juice served at Tusker House

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  1. Mom21

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    for breakfast is the same as at Boma. She loved that juice....:rotfl:
     
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  3. disneyfav4ever

    disneyfav4ever No matter how your heart is grieving, if you keep

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    I think it is. :thumbsup2
     
  4. pauly's girl

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    I think so too...although they have different names for them I know it is the same as o'hanas juice served at breakfast!!
     
  5. Pooh&OurHunny

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    When we went....it tasted the same. We love that juice...I think my husband drunk 5 glasses of that juice
     
  6. jdisnut

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    They are not exactly the same, but the difference in taste is relatively minior Both are absolutely delicious, and if your daughter likes the juice at Boma, she will almost certainly enjoy the stuff at Tusker House.

    Frunch, the juice at Boma, contains lemonade, pineapple juice, orange juice, mango juice and grenadine. Jungle Juice contains orange juice, passion fruit juice and guava juice. The Disney Food Blog wrote a post about the difference between the two drinks in May of last year.
     
  7. everythingALICE

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    I can't remember if they were exactly the same or not...but you may like to know that at Boma it was included in the price of the buffet and you could get as many refills as you like. At Tusker House it cost extra. Just so you're not surprised if your waiter doesn't mention it.
     
  8. Mom21

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    Thanks everyone. She loves it. Are you kidding it's not included in the price of the buffet? I thought juice was always included. That doesn't make me happy.
     
  9. dawnandnala

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    In December I had 3 or 4 glasses of juice at TH and it was included in the buffet - no extra charge :confused3
     
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    This piqued my curiosity as well - I've been to Cape May and Chef Mickey's for breakfast and the servers always brought juice to the table and it was included in the buffet price. I can't imagine a breakfast buffet charging extra for beverages.
     
  11. everythingALICE

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    Sorry, I should have mentioned that we went during lunch - so maybe it's included for the breakfast buffet and not the lunch. Or perhaps it depends on the waiter? :confused3 It was definitely included in the price of the Boma buffet. I ordered it at Tusker assuming that it was (seeing as I had gotten milkshakes and smoothies at other restaurants) and the waiter didn't tell us until we were paying the bill that it was not. I forget exactly how much it was, luckily I had only ordered one glass.
     
  12. Pixiedust34

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    Juice should be included in the buffet price whether it's lunch or dinner because your buffet includes 1 non-alcoholic beverage.

    Maybe ordering coffee with the meal (in addition to the juice) would have the server charge for an extra drink?
     
  13. jennipooh

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    I've never had the juice at Tusker House or Boma.... But we love the juice at Ohana's Best Friends Breakfast with Lilo and Stitch!!!!

    We will be staying at AKL, not dining at Boma.... but we can get the juice, correct? Maybe through room service?

    We will be having breakfast with Stitch this trip, but it would be nice to try the Boma juice. I think the juice at Ohana is passion, "something", and guava. Boma's sounds close enough to give it a try.
     
  14. 3darlings

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    I wasn't included at dinner for us either. You could only get soda or water. All of the juices were extra. I wasn't too happy about it and I did complain because at that price they really should include the non-alcoholic drinks. It seems that each restaurant does it differently.
     
  15. Pakey

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    I don't think the Jungle Juice at Tusker House and the Frunch at Boma taste anything alike. I love the Tusker Jungle Juice but think the Boma one is only okay.
     
  16. Pixiedust34

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    I agree. Juice should be included as a non-alcoholic beverage regardless or whether you're there for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. I'm surprised they would charge extra for juice.
     
  17. pauly's girl

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    It was included at buffet breakfast at both the Tuskar house and O'hanas never been for linch or dinner so I can't really say!!
     

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