This cartoon jungle is a child's wonderland, with waterfalls, swinging monkeys and a canopy of faux flora and fauna.. In Short While waiting for a table, hungry diners prowl the retail village, where cash-register ka-chings compete with chirping birds, roaring lions and chest-thumping gorillas. When the lights start to flicker, never fear--thunderstorms are part of the show. The menu is American comfort food--pastas, burgers, pizzas and salads--served with a tropical flair. There are plenty options that the kids will recognize, but enough novelty to keep the parents happy.
Alot of fun, Good food.
Every visit has been memorable. Great place for kids due to the theme. Food is away from the ordinary and well prepared. Prices were reasonable.(Had a 50.00 gift cert. for 3 people and we didnt use it all)
Got kids? Having trouble finding a place to eat that you can actually eat at yourself? This is it. No, the foods not great, kinda average. But it should at least keep the kids interested long enough so you can finish your dinner for a change. Maybe overpriced for what the food is. Kind of a Disney feel.
Don't go for the Food!.
Emeril isn't hiding behind all of the elaborate Rainforest decorations, but by the prices on the menu you would think so! Quality of food is BAD! And it is incredibly expensive! However, if you have children, this is a must visit restaurant at least once! Every time we visit Great Lakes Crossing, this is my daughters first pick of places to eat! They do have it decorated beautiful, very unique and worth seeing...ONCE!
I really enjoy going to Rainforest Cafe. The first time I had ever gone to one was in Disney World. I was so happy when one came to Michigan! I like the themed setting and the service is great. The food is also wonderful.