Like most Rainforest Cafe restaurants, this is a good and safe choice, too! The atmosphere is very pleasant inside, the staff is particularly good and friendly here and the food options are enough to satisfy many tastes! A little disappointed they don't offer that soup you eat straight from the bread, I forgot what it's called...I remember in San Francisco and in Chicago they offer it but here they didn't have it. If you go at night, for dinner, it's even more spectacular, with the volcano erupting and the lava falling down the sides of the "mountain" and into the water... The souvenir store at the entrance is quite well stuffed and has very nice items to buy...not just the toys for kids but you can find some nice summer shirts at a great price, too!
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