Located in Asia, near the entrance to Kali River Rapids... or the monkeys, whichever you're more interested in.
Bud Light - $6.50
Safari Amber - $6.75
A decent variety of Asian cuisine.
This nicely themed building features walk up counter service and plenty of semi-shaded seating around back by a nice fountain.
Not far from here you'll find the gibbons' enclosure, which isn't actually much of an enclosure - I think if any of these monkeys were a little more athletic they could jump right out! These little monkeys provide interesting entertainment as they energetically swing from branch to building in their unique "lost city" enclosure - especially if you happen to catch them at feeding time. If you spend your time exploring you'll find a quaint off-the-beaten-path sitting area with a great view of the lake nearby.
Any science conscious people poo-pooing our use of "monkey" for the gibbons? You're right, lesser apes, but it didn't sound as cool. Need a dumb fact to go along with your lesser ape watching? Monkeys and apes method of swinging from branch to branch has a name; brachiating (bray - key - ate - ing). Tell your buddy "Gibbons are great brachiators, aren't they?" and enjoy the puzzled look on his or her face that you get for a reply.