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Menu Monday: Boma Breakfast Review

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Boma SignLooking for the best breakfast spot in all of Disney World? Look no further than the Boma breakfast buffet at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. Nestled in a quiet spot on the first floor of Animal Kingdom Lodge’s Jambo House, you will find this hidden gem. Known for its delicious as well as adventurous dinner buffet complete with the famous Zebra Domes, many guests are unaware that a spectacular breakfast is also served here. The Boma breakfast buffet offers an amazing variety of tasty foods so even the most picky of eaters, like myself, can find plenty of things to try. Boma is my family’s favorite breakfast place in Disney World and when we visited again last month, it did not disappoint!

Thinking of checking it out for yourself on your next Disney World vacation? Read on for everything you need to know about the Boma breakfast buffet.

BomaThe Atmosphere

One of the things that I love about Boma is the calm atmosphere. You can sit back, relax and enjoy a nice leisurely breakfast before you head off to a fast-paced day in the parks. Now, you won’t find any characters here, so do keep that in mind if that is important to you, .

The Menu

Items can vary day-to-day, but the buffet generally includes:

  • Fresh Fruit (Pineapple, Melon, Strawberries and Grapes)
  • African Fruit Salad
  • Yogurt
  • Bacon
  • Sausage
  • Hand Carved Ham
  • Hand Carved Turkey
  • Hand Carved Corned Beef
  • Omelet Station
  • Plain Scrambled Eggs
  • Scrambled Eggs with Goat Cheese and Spinach
  • Hard Boiled Eggs
  • Breakfast Potatoes
  • Assorted Cereals
  • Quinoa
  • Oatmeal
  • Pap (Creamy White Cornmeal)
  • Chakalaka (South African Spicy Tomato Stew)
  • Mini Muffins
  • Breakfast Breads
  • Mini Croissants
  • Cinnamon Rolls
  • Apple Pastries
  • Sticky Buns
  • Pancakes
  • Mickey Waffles
  • Bagels
  • Donuts
  • Bread for Toast
  • Turkey Bobotie (South African Dish with Turkey, Mushrooms, and Egg)
  • French Toast Bread Pudding with Praline Sauce
  • Corn Beef Hash

They also offer a wide variety of beverages such as juice, coffee, milk, and soft drinks. A non-specialty drink is included in the price of the buffet. The favorite choice here is “Jungle Juice” – a combination of orange, passion fruit and guava juices. Yummy!


Boma serves breakfast from 7:30am – 11:00am each day with extended hours occasionally offered on holidays.


Pricing varies based on the day of the week and the time of year, but in general for guests ages 10 and older the buffet costs $20 – $25 and for guests ages 3 to 9 the buffet costs $12 – $15. The price does not include gratuity.

Dining Plan

Boma counts as 1 table service credit on the Disney Dining Plan.


Boma offers a 10% Disney Vacation Club Discount, a 10% Disney Rewards Visa Discount or a 20% Tables in Wonderland Discount.


Reservations are recommended and can be made up to 180 days in advance. Click this link to check availability and to make a reservation.

How To Get There

BomaLocated at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge Resort, it can be a little tricky getting to Boma if you aren’t staying at the hotel. If you have access to a car (either your own, a rental, Uber, or taxi), this will be by far the easiest way to reach your destination. If you are relying on Disney transportation, first take a bus to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park and once there, switch to another bus to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. If you will be using Disney’s bus transportation, be sure to allow at least 90 minutes to make the trip and keep in mind buses begin running approximately 1 hour before park opening. Here’s a helpful hint: If you will be using Disney buses to get to Boma, try making your breakfast reservation for a day that Animal Kingdom has morning Extra Magic Hours. Buses will begin running at approximately 7:00am giving you the ability to reach Boma for an 8:30am breakfast reservation.

Have you tried Boma breakfast? What is your favorite Disney World breakfast spot?
Please leave a comment; we would love to hear from you!

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Kristi Fredericks

Kristi is a lifelong fan of all things Disney and has been visiting the resorts since she was a baby. She is thrilled to share her passion for the Disney parks and feels that there is nothing better than enjoying a Disney vacation with the ones you love. Kristi is the author of "A Tale of Two Resorts: Comparing Disneyland and Walt Disney World" and "501 Ways To Make The Most Of Your Walt Disney World Vacation" and founder of the blog DisneyWorldEnthusiast.com. She can be contacted on Twitter @DWEnthusiast, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/disneyworldenthusiast or by email at disneyworldenthusiast@outlook.com.

4 thoughts on “Menu Monday: Boma Breakfast Review

  • Note that relying on a bus to get •from• a park •to• a resort in the morning can be a risky proposition. The system often has buses drop off and depart without picking up. You may need to flag down a CM to let someone know you need a bus.

  • LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, the Boma Breakfast Buffet. Another idea is to have a later breakfast. We were able to go to Animal Kingdom and ride Expedition Everest and Kilimanjaro Safari without using FP+ and then leave and go do breakfast and come back to the park for the rest of the things we wanted to do.

  • One of our favorite spots in all of Disney. My only complaint – by the time I’ve finished eating here, I need a nap. Maybe they should consider breakfast buffet a little later in the day 🙂


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