It’s two pieces of sourdough bread with bananas in the center that are egg battered and deep-fried, then rolled with a liberal amount of cinnamon sugar. The tonga toast was pretty disappointing. Like I said above, I recommend getting it at Captain Cook’s, which leads to an interesting dilemma here, but you’re dead set on Kona Cafe and don’t want to dine at Captain Cook’s, get it at Kona. Hearing from you is half the fun, so please share your thoughts in the comments! Kona Cafe is one of many restaurants at the Polynesian Resort and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Thank you so much! Also, I think it opens later, like 7:30. I’ll be sure to try that next time! The coffee was amazing, the Tonga Toast was great, but we are still raving about the Samoan! How can I find out about the alternate location? We’ve already reviewed Kona Cafe for lunch and dinner, Tables in Wonderland card for a 20% discount, a terrible value on the Disney Dining Plan, almost all of this hype is due to the Tonga Toast, Tonga Toast is also available downstairs in the Polynesian at Captain Cook’s for less than half the price, Cheerios commercials “heart healthy” commercials, Tips for Saving Money on Walt Disney World Tickets, http://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2013/10/13/review-breakfast-at-boma-in-disneys-animal-kingdom-lodge/. Required fields are marked *. Let us know on Kenny the Pirate’s Facebook Page or join our crew and continue the discussion! A spot opened up at ‘Ohana for dinner our first night at WDW, so we’ve got the Poly covered. We began with a press of Kona coffee, because you must. And hubby thought the portion/price ratio was impressive. I thought the Kona Cafe was great for breakfast. If there are multiple people in your party, I recommend ordering both and sharing so you can enjoy a taste of both these amazing entrees. On paper it sounds great, especially for the price. Who wants to eat a healthy breakfast at Walt Disney World, though? I have embraced a low carb lifestyle (lost 65 pounds) and worry about what to eat at WDW. This should probably be upgraded to an 8 or maybe even 8.5 (if compared to other breakfast spots). Not a fan, and maybe I’m the only one that thinks so, but its not that special….overhyped for sure. Unfortunately not all of the resort’s restaurants have announced reopening dates. We highly recommend with starting out with one of these three Kona Cafe specialties (especially if you’re on the Disney Dining Plan, as they’re a better value than regular juice or soda). I have been to the Kona Cafe twice since it reopened in July and both were excellent. Top 14 Best Themed Disneyland Paris Restaurants. So worth the bus + monorail ride all the way from Riverside! Breakfast at Kona Cafe. Guests are encouraged to scan a QR code that has been placed on their table to view the Breakfast menu. From what I understand, There will be a temporary location while Captain Cook’s is closed. Sorry, Starbucks, but this is the way to start your morning if you’re staying at the Polynesian. We’ve dined at Kona Cafe for breakfast a few times. Share; Tweet; Pin; Tags: Disney's Polynesian Village Resort, Kona Cafe. The Kona Cafe is in the Polynesian Resort. And the only difference is the compote? It is located in the Great Ceremonial House on the second floor. Kona Cafe breakfast review. Learn About: Kona Cafe. I can’t see them finishing that in less than 2 months. All the recipes at Kona café are very good, especially the Macadamia-Pineapple Pancakes. We still have to figure out what we’ll do for the one meal that has to come ‘out of pocket’ and this will definitely be in the running! It looks great. We loved everything, except the coffee. Kona Cafe is on the top of our must do list. I seriously have made a list of various foods here & there that I’d like to try, on our upcoming 4th trip, many of which I have read about here, so thanks. I loved the macadamia-pineapple pancakes. We’ve done dinner at Boma and it was incredible, so I can only imagine that breakfast is also great. Cooks quick service restaurant that is located at the Polynesian Village Resort. 2 words – enough said. Fresh and rich, this is some of the best coffee on property. I’ll let you know after the 27th when we have our ressie. Related Posts. I,d rate it a 9/10! Drinks shouldn’t be overlooked at Kona Cafe, where the 100% Kona Coffee French Press Pot serves one of the best cups of coffee at Walt Disney World (right up there with Artist Point, Yachtsman Steakhouse, and Victoria & Albert’s). And that is how to start a day at Disney! I have to agree… try Boma’s breakfast! Haha, thanks, I am excited, but not at that price. They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day and when it comes to Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort….that statement is definitely true.. Or am I wrong and we can get other specialty drinks at other restaurants, too? Kona Cafe breakfast review. Which one is better? So, is Kona Cafe a feasible substitute, just to try the infamous Tonga Toast? Tonga Toast is served with your choice of Ham, Spiced Ham, Bacon, or Sausage. Getting the Tonga Toast wasn’t the mistake–that was a brilliant decision as Tonga Toast truly lives up to the hype. If you aren’t able to secure a reservation prior to your arrival, you can try your luck at the new walk up waitlist option that Disney recently implemented. Are you team Tonga Toast, Macadamia Nut Pancakes or something different? The problem is when you throw guests into the mix–and guests will invariably be thrown into the mix because Kona Cafe is adjacent to the incredibly popular ‘Ohana. Thank you for this review of Kona Cafe. $8 Scrambled Eggs$6 Oatmeal with Dried Cranberries $8 Mickey-shaped Pancakes$8 Minnie’s French Toast. Coffee, Tonga Toast, Pineapple Macadamia Pancakes, Samoan….to die for. BREAKING: Fireworks Spotted Bursting at THIS Disney Theme Park, Disney Shares Virtual Ride and Learn for Smugglers Run. To the near right is Tambu Lounge, a bar that is basically part of ‘Ohana. For what to do and when to do it, our Walt Disney World Ride Guides will help. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. For official information concerning Disney, visit Disney.com. Learn about hotels on our Walt Disney World Hotels Reviews page. The big draw here is the Tonga Toast, which was the main reason why we dined at Kona Cafe initially. Kona Cafe reopened in July with a smaller breakfast menu. ), Pineapple Macadamia Nut Pancakes, the Samoan and even the Lilikoi Juice. Definitely pay out of pocket and save your credits for lunch or dinner if you’re planning on dining here while on the Disney Dining Plan. We’ve never been there. The general feel of the restaurant is not super themed. It is located in the Great Ceremonial House on the second floor. Unfortunately not all of the resort’s restaurants have announced reopening dates. Kona Café … Continue readingKona Cafe Breakfast Review: Polynesian Resort You’ve handed out some 8’s and 9’s, in the past, to some inferior competition. I first visited the Kona Cafe because of the Tonga Toast but what keeps me coming back is the coffee (we usually buy a bag of beans to bring home) and the macadamia nut pineapple pancake. we are paying cash, I paid for the dining plan last year and I lost money due to our choices, but enough of that.