BIG Update on Disney World’s Famous ‘Ohana Noodles!

‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is set to reopen on July 9th in Disney World.

‘Ohana

And, while many Disney-goers were excited to make their reservation for their return to the restaurant, there was one BIG thing missing from the menu…the ‘Ohana Noodles! But, we’ve got some good news for all you noodle fans!

Disney has announced that they are bringing the ‘Ohana Noodles BACK to the dinner menu when the restaurant reopens next month!

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Now you can find the beloved dish on the dinner menu on Disney’s website. Though notably, the dish has replaced the Egg Fried Rice instead of simply being added to the menu.

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Keep in mind that the restaurant will open for both breakfast and dinner and will serve up an all-you-can-eat-style meal. Reservations are already available (and booking up FAST) so be sure to make yours soon! And, we will continue to keep an eye out for any menu changes or updates that may come, so stay tuned for the latest!

Check out more of the ‘Ohana menu here!

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6 Replies to “BIG Update on Disney World’s Famous ‘Ohana Noodles!”

  1. I have never eaten at Ohana!!! The noodles must be really good to get this excited over them!!! Maybe someday I will get to judge for myself wether the noodles are worth getting this excited over or if they are just extremely overrated and overhyped!!!!

    1. They’re good for sure. But how insulting by Disney creating this mystery coming out of a pandemic. I wonder if they cost the company an extra penny per day! They pulled this a handful of years back with the chicken.