This place was on the more expensive side but was delicious; it costs 2 table service meals on the Disney dining plan or would be about $40-45 per entree. For an appetizer I had the wild boar which I'd never had before and was one of the top 5 tastiest things I've ever eaten. It was a small portion for $16 but I was on the meal plan so the price didn't really bother me. It was also in a good portion of sauce (which was delicious) that you could dip bread in. I had the maize crusted Lake Victoria perch for my main course; it was a fish I'd never had but is a white fish and very mild. The dish was very good, but not as excellent as the wild boar; dipping the fish in the the tomato butter sauce around the dish is a must and really completes the dish. Being a steak lover I prefer a sirloin or delmonico cut and rarely get a filet mignon, but my wife always does. She got the filet mignon here and said it was the best she'd ever had. She also likes her meat well done and asks for the filet butterflied. Usually that results in absolutely torched beef that to me is inedible but the way they cooked it at Jiko was absolutely astounding. It was completely well done but still incredibly juicy and my wife couldn't stop talking about how it was the best filet mignon she'd ever had. All in all, if you're willing to spend a little extra it's worth the stop.
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