Kazim, the proprietor and master of ceremonies, welcomes you to
The fun is about to begin when Aladdin attempts to escape from Jafar by
ducking into Kazims place.
On a warm summer night, sit below the massive limbs of a magnificent
(though artificial) tree in this full-service, outdoor restaurant.
Enjoy a delicious meal of exotic delicacies, including papadam wafers
with mint chutney sauce, fresh fruit with honey-yogurt sauce, shish-kebobs
(beef, chicken, or vegetarian), raisin-nut rice pilaf, tabbouleh, and dessert.
As you enjoy your multi-course meal, youre entertained with music, magic,
dancing, special effects, and comedy by Aladdin, Princess Jasmine, Jafar, Iago,
a belly-dancing harem group, and, of course, the fabulous Genie of the Lamp!
You might even become part of the show.
The Genie has big plans for your dessert—its not just the final course; its also a musical and theatrical production.
Rub the brass lamp on your table, and make a wish.
Theres a puff of smoke from your lamp, and a “genie” brings you a chocolate Aladdins lamp filled with chocolate mousse and berry topping—while other “genies” serve other tables.
What showmanship in Kazims establishment!
Aladdins Oasis opened in Disneylands Adventureland in 1993,
replacing the beloved Tahitian Terrace.
During two summers and on selected weekend days during other seasons,
guests enjoyed the Aladdins Oasis feast and show.
Unfortunately, the economics didnt work out, and the show was discontinued.
Aladdins Oasis continued to operate as a full-service restaurant
on Disneylands busier days.
Tables continued to have excellent sightlines to the stage, but, alas, the stage
In 1996, Aladdins Oasis generally remained closed, except for occasional
In 1997, the facility became a venue for storytellingwithout any food service.
Kazoo, the storyteller, tells a simplified version of the movie plot and plays most
of the roles, with help from Aladdin and Jasmine.
Theres plenty of audience interaction to keep each presentation fresh.
Its now a decade later.
Aladdins Oasis is still a storytelling venue.
There are no announced plans to turn the facility back into a restaurant or dinner theater.
Aladdins Oasis, the home of “Aladdin and Jasmines StoryTale
appears to be a convenient place to throw away trash. (1998)