Can you believe today is FINALLY the day we can return back to ‘Ohana once again?
While we’ll definitely be back for dinnertime (and those ridiculously great noodles), we’re here first thing in the morning to experience breakfast at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. So, without further adieu, let’s head to ‘Ohana together!
We were greeted by some friendly Cast Members when we arrived to check-in first thing in the morning.
Then we went inside to our table and got a look at the reopened restaurant.
The restaurant has a variety of gorgeous details to look out for, from tikis to tropical florals and more.
Previously, the restaurant had included character dining, with guests able to see characters such as Mickey, Lilo, and Stitch. Currently, ‘Ohana is not offering character dining, so keep that in mind if you’re looking to do a character meal for breakfast.
At your table, you’ll find a QR code to scan to access the menu digitally. However, you can also request a printed menu to look over.
There is also an allergy-friendly breakfast menu that your server can bring out upon request.
Breakfast here is served family-style, and it starts out with their delicious pineapple-coconut breakfast bread and seasonal fruit.
Afterwards, your party will be served the breakfast skillet, which includes hua paka (scrambled eggs), pua’a (pork), uala kahiki (fried potatoes), and biscuits. There is also a plant-based breakfast skillet available for those who have dietary restrictions.
Along with the breakfast skillet, you get the most iconic Disney breakfast option of all — Mickey waffles! That gets served alongside a Stitch waffle, and a generous cup of syrup.
For drinks, there are a variety of options to choose from, including the Stitch smoothie made with pineapple and coconut.
‘Ohana is also still serving their classic POG juice, made with passion fruit, orange, and guava juice.
Along with POG juice and the Stitch Smoothie, there are a few other non-alcoholic specialities to choose from for your drink.
One other particularly popular choice is the Kona Coffee, which is 100% Kona Coffee served by Joffrey’s Coffee French Press Pot.
Along with non-alcoholic specialities, you can enjoy a selection of alcoholic drinks as well.
While you won’t find it on the menu, our server recommended the Bloody Mary Flight, which included three Bloody Marys — one made with tequila, one with vodka, and one with whiskey.
Can you tell we’re thrilled to be back at ‘Ohana?!
Stay tuned, as we’ll be heading back to dinner to check out the reopened restaurant’s nightly selection!
Are you excited to return to ‘Ohana? Let us know in the comments below!