Ontario >Food & Dining > Rainforest Cafe
4810 Mills Cir, Ontario, CA | Directions 9176434.075798 -117.550232
Sunday From 11:00 AM To 08:30 PM Monday To Saturday From 11:00 AM To 09:30 PM
Monkey of a Time – First time taking my 3 year old. I was nervous cause I thought he might get scared, but nope he LOVED it!
We had great service and the food was good. The negative is the price....so expensive.
My son loved walking around while we waited for the food to look at all of the animals.
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Go to Wild Bunch Kids Zone
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Click and download one of the Reward Calendars...fill out a month of achievement and take it with you. When you order an adult entree the kids meal is $.99!
Drink water!!!! The drinks cost $3 each!
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.
Surprisingly good food – You wouldn't think that a restaurant aimed for kids would have pretty good food, but it does, surprisingly. The menu is comprised of American-fare, but it's all made pretty well. The coconut shrimp appetizer thingy was really good, actually. I could have had it just as the entree. It's pretty loud in here what with all the kids and all of "animals." Still, it's a fun atmosphere and it'll make the kids happy.
Jungle rumble – The gimmick and the theme-park ambience is what is the King of the Jungle here, tiger, gorilla, palm fronds and intermittent thunder storms riding in the regal tropical train of its robe. One waits to get in, even if one is dressed up like the Inspector of the Itlian Congo, but is placated by the amply stocked bar before at last one plunges into the pseudo-tropical depths by splashy waterfall. The food itself seems rather forgotten here, a rather bland array of American standards such as buffalo wings and chicken sandwiches. My pizza topped with kalamata olives was an exception, and my coconut-infested desert striking a blow for culinary invention. Service is spotty, but given the crowds, one gulps a mai-tai, accepts it and braces for the next thunderclap.
Gorillas in the Mist – This place is great for the Kiddies...the food was tasty, but you can't really screw up a grilled chicken sandwich. The Appetizer came out after the entrees, which can ruffle a few feathers; however, they were apologetic in making us still pay for it.
The highlight of my adventure in the forest was the Panama Punch. I suggest grabbing a seat in the bar because you get quicker service and can order menu items without the 45-minute wait.
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