|There's hummus in the different platters at Tangierine Cafe|
First, we had dinner at the Tangierine Cafe one night, since I'd heard great things about it. There's a review on this counter service location coming some time in the future, but almost all of the platters (excluding the wraps) contain hummus. Plus fresh Moroccan bread. Can you say yum? And since it's counter service, this is a great place to get hummus when you don't want to sit down for a table service meal.
A few days later, we had an ADR for Boma. I did a full review of this table service buffet last week, but one of the highlights of the buffet for me was the hummus. There were three different types, and there were many types of breads to sample as well. I went back for the hummus at least three times while we were there! Unfortunately I'm having a hard time remembering the types of hummus, but if I'm not mistaken, one was a black olive hummus. They were all very good, at least from a hummus lover's perspective!
Finally, on the last night of our trip, we ate at Jiko. A review for Jiko is coming in the very, very near future, and although we didn't have the best experience at the restaurant, I loved the hummus! We decided to order the Taste of Africa appetizer, which is described as a "trio of dips with assorted breads and house-made naan." Luckily for me, one of the dips was hummus! I believe the hummus served was one of the same types I had tried at Boma earlier in the week, but that wasn't a bad thing! I honestly can't seem to remember the other two dips (I really have to start taking notes on this stuff!), but they were all delicious! And the bread was great also! The appetizer was $9 well spent for us!
Overall, there are more places than you may expect to get hummus at Walt Disney World. These are just three I came across in one week at the World, perhaps there are more! Are you a hummus fan? Where do you get hummus in the parks or at the resorts? Have you tried the hummus at any of the places I mentioned? Let me know in a comment, on Twitter (@discollegeblog), or on Facebook!