Brilliant as always with its theming, when Disney opened an open-air food court at Animal Kingdom, it didn't just build a food court. Instead Disney built Harambe Market. This simple spot for light(ish) meals is a highly themed 200-seat area with four counter-service windows, each specializing in a couple of food items--more like food trucks than individual restaurants.
Here's the story: Harambe Market is an African train depot dating back to colonial times. It's designed to look like a bustling marketplace. That works, since bustle is common at Disney World restaurants.
The buildings purposely look run down, a common and effective theme in Animal Kingdom.
The so-called street food is served quickly, but don't dismiss it just because it's "fast." Two of the entrees are excellent.
For dessert, I enjoyed this coconut-laced sweet. I believe it was called a milk tart. It's not listed on the online menu.
Across the way, Zuri's Sweets Shop sells dozens of desserts plus spice rubs and way more.
What a nice way to prepare for, or celebrate the end of, a Kilimanjaro Safari.