We recently shared that the Tambu Lounge is serving guests again and we look forward to Disney announcing reopening dates for ‘Ohana and The Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show . $8 Scrambled Eggs$6 Oatmeal with Dried Cranberries $8 Mickey-shaped Pancakes$8 Minnie’s French Toast. I’m beginning to hate this scale because it’s so hard to rate a lot of the restaurants, and then after I’ve rated some, I have to go back and make sure the new ratings are consistent with the old, etc. And hubby thought the portion/price ratio was impressive. And I am not looking to make a romance out of it, just try the various food items for my Disney (food/snack) bucket list. However Disney recently announced a major refurbishment for the Polynesian Village Resort and the monorail line will not be available. Top 7 Snacks at Disney’s Hollywood Studios 1 Comment | Feb 17, 2016. Kona Cafe, located in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, used to be one of my family’s favorite table service restaurants for breakfast on Disney property. From what I understand, There will be a temporary location while Captain Cook’s is closed. I was so excited to try it, and I am a strong coffee drinker, but it was very bitter and I am sorry to say this, but it tasted like when I leave my coffee pot on too long, and burn it. You’ll find full-service restaurant Kona Cafe on the second floor of the resort. We do not give this item a gold star. Review Of Kona Café Breakfast At Walt Disney World. Cooks to share on the monorail over to Epcot. The Polynesian is going to see some extensive work before the Polynesian Disney Vacation Club opens, and we expect Captain Cook’s to pretty much be gutted and totally redone. Sadly, the last few years have seen quite a bit of change to the breakfast menu at Kona Cafe. Our What to Pack for Disney Trips post takes a unique look at clever items to take. Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has both traditional and Disney Vacation Club rooms. Kona Café … Continue readingKona Cafe Breakfast Review: Polynesian Resort 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. $16 Tonga Toast – Banana-stuffed French Toast rolled in Cinnamon Sugar and served with a Strawberry Compote and your choice of Ham, Spiced Ham, Bacon, or Sausage. That being said, the disney food blog recently did a review of Boma for breakfast, and it looks to be divine: http://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2013/10/13/review-breakfast-at-boma-in-disneys-animal-kingdom-lodge/. I was planning to fit it in around 6:30 or 7 am, before heading to the Magic Kingdom for 9 am rope drop. 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. http://www.flickr.com/photos/7875882@N07/8701134167/in/set-72157634308741594, http://www.flickr.com/photos/7875882@N07/8702264566/in/set-72157634308741594. Typically the easiest way to get to the Polynesian Village Resort from the Transportation & Ticket Center or Magic Kingdom by taking the resort monorail. I know that many places will let you un-combo a meal for cheaper. Kona Cafe, located in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, used to be one of my family’s favorite table service restaurants for breakfast on Disney property. Whether you *need* one depends upon the day. Get information on Disney World restaurants and other Disney dining options. Reservations for Kona Cafe are highly recommended and available to book 60 days in advance. Overall, it’s difficult to arrive on a score for Kona Cafe because of the Tonga Toast dilemma. 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). Kona Cafe is a 1-credit table service restaurant on the Disney Dining Plan for breakfast, and it also accepts the Tables in Wonderland card for a 20% discount. The only info out there right now says “Summer 2014,” but my guess is that it won’t be open before Memorial Day. 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! Planning a Walt Disney World trip? Today we are sharing some of the best breakfast spots at Disney. However the pork and hollandaise is something to behold. On the one hand, Tonga Toast is delicious, and a great option for breakfast at Kona Cafe…so it should score points for that. We’ve already reviewed Kona Cafe for lunch and dinner, but breakfast is also a popular meal at Kona Cafe, so we figured we’d cover that now. I have to agree… try Boma’s breakfast! And that is how to start a day at Disney! The restaurant has an open airy feel to it. It’s an open-air restaurant that in the open-air atrium of the Great Ceremonial House at the Polynesian. We were lucky enough to be seated next to the floor to ceiling picture windows overlooking the monorail line and lush tropical gardens. This issue is totally eliminated if you’re seated away from the outer edge of the restaurant, though. Kona Cafe breakfast review. When planning my vacations to Walt Disney World I don’t normally make many breakfast reservations. Getting the Tonga Toast wasn’t the mistake–that was a brilliant decision as Tonga Toast truly lives up to the hype. You can also find Tonga Toast at Capt. Our trip is this April, and my to-do list included shooting over to Captain Cook’s to try Tonga Toast for the first time. Kona Cafe reopened in July with a smaller breakfast menu. As we later learned, Tonga Toast is also available downstairs in the Polynesian at Captain Cook’s for less than half the price charged at Kona Cafe.