Disney’s Ohana Restaurant Breakfast Review at the Polynesian Village Resort

Disney’s Ohana Restaurant Breakfast Review at Polynesian Village ResortDisney’s Polynesian Village Resort’s ‘Ohana Restaurant is one of Walt Disney World’s most popular dining experiences. In this Disney Food vlog, we show you what a full breakfast experience is like since Ohana’s summer 2021 reopening.

Disney’s Ohana Restaurant Breakfast Review at Polynesian Village Resort‘Ohana’s family-style dining breakfast buffet is in a Polynesian-themed setting that has been altered since its reopening. At the moment, the character experience with our favorite Hawaiian characters Lilo & Stitch is not taking place. This is our second timing dining here so we let you know the differences and if the breakfast and dinner experience at Ohana is still worth the cost. We try the famous Hawaiian Pineapple bread, Mickey & Stitch waffles, and other breakfast items.

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2 years ago

I’ve eaten at the Ohana in days gone by, when it had good food and good entertainment. Those days seem to be gone. The common theme to each menu item was to burn it to a crisp (charred) on the outside; and yet the steak was still raw somehow inside. There wasn’t enough of the chicken left after cutting the char off, to really taste it. Still, the noodles were ok. However I don’t like paying $467 for noodles for 5 adults.

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