$37 for breakfast, $49 for lunch/dinner per adult
$23 for breakfast, $30 for lunch/dinner per child
Recommended Meal(s) – Breakfast
Many of the character meals are hard to get into and must be booked months in advance. However, there is a great experience that is often overlooked in the breakfast buffet at Tusker House in Animal Kingdom. Not only does the restaurant provide an early morning breakfast before the park opens so you can get first access to rides right after you finish eating, but it’s much easier to get into than many of the other options. The atmosphere, that of an African market, is done wonderfully and you really feel like you have been transported to another continent.
While you have to book and reserve your kosher meals like any other meal at WDW, there are also a limited number of options available at the breakfast buffet including: fresh fruit, oatmeal and cereal (You can also check on the bagels and other baked goods when you visit, as they may be kosher packaged items.) Unlike many other meals, the meal is all you can eat and the drinks are all you can drink. Tusker House is also one of the two places (the other being Boma) that serve “Jungle Juice” which is just passionfruit juice, guava juice and orange juice (which is easily made at home and is delicious). (Update: the Jungle Juice is no longer made fresh on location and instead comes from a mix bearing a Triangle K)
The character portion of the meal is quick but great for kids. The characters (Mickey, Donald, Daisy and Goofy) will enter one by one, starting at one end of the restaurant and working their way from table to table, giving a couple of minutes of attention to each table, including pictures.
 You should check the oatmeal packaging and see if they are still making the oatmeal in an oatmeal only vessel. Remember these could change at any time so one should check and also speak with their ROC regarding whether this can be relied on.
 Again, please check with your ROC regarding relying on this mixture