This legendary Disney spot is tucked away on the second story of the lobby of the Polynesian Village Resort. It’s hard to miss though because you will generally find a massive crowd waiting outside of it. Ohana has earned a name as one of the best places to eat at Disney World, and after dining there I don’t wonder why. Every time we dine here we thoroughly enjoyed our experience here as well as the food. So let’s dive into our Ohana breakfast review.
Note: ‘Ohana Best Friends Breakfast featuring Lilo and Stitch will return to the Polynesian resort on Sept. 27th. With the return of Lilo and Stitch becomes one of the only places you can meet these two popular characters.
Quick Ohana Breakdown
- Service: Table-Service – Family Style/Buffet
- Type of Food: Waffles, Eggs, Allergy Options
- Price: $$
- Location: Disney’s Polynesian Resort
- Disney Dining Plan: Yes, 1 Credits
- Discounts: Annual Passholder, Tables in Wonderland
- Features: Reservations, Alcohol, Full Bar
- Good For: Groups, Special Occasion Dining, View, Kids
- Menu: Official Disney Breakfast Menu
Price of ‘Ohana Breakfast
There is a fixed fee for dinner at Ohana. Ohana costs $25 per adult and $14 per child, plus tax and gratuity. If you are looking for a late-night option check out dinner.
A Look Around Ohana
Ohana welcomes you into their family from the second you walk in. While dining here your servers will refer to you as their cousin and make you feel like you are part of the family.
Ohana is a flat fee meal much like a buffet. Your meal will be brought to your meal and served family-style. Family style is just a fancy way of saying they are going to bring big platters of food over where you can then serve yourself. It’s all you care to eat, so if you want more of anything served all you have to do is ask.
The entire restaurant, like the rest of the Polynesian resort, has a tropical tiki-themed. There are so many great photo moments here at Ohana. Check out the giant tiki on the right of the photo above. If that wasn’t enough you can catch a glimpse of the castle here as well.
Ohana Breakfast Dishes
Every meal at Ohana starts with the famous POG juice. If you haven’t had POG before it’s a blend of juices, passion fruit, orange, and guava. It’s basically like drinking a tropical vacation in a cup. At the Polynesian Village Resort, it’s called POG but at other Disney locations, the drink goes by names like Jungle Juice, Liliko’i Juice, and Moonshine Juice.
Pineapple-Coconut Breakfast Bread
The first thing that was brought out to us with our drinks is the breakfast bread. The Pineapple Coconut Breakfast Bread is a sweet bread. It has really subtle hints of coconut and pineapple. There are even some chunks of pineapple inside of the bread. The whole thing is topped with sweet icing.
In addition to the bread, they also brought out a bowl of fresh fruit for us as well. The fruit was fresh includes grapes, pineapple, watermelon, and cantaloupe.
Mickey Shaped Waffles
No Disney breakfast is complete without classic Mickey-shaped waffles. In my mind you just can’t go wrong with Mickey Waffles they always come out so well. Be sure to top with some butter and syrup that they also bring out with the waffles.
Something special about having breakfast at Ohana is having the Stitch waffles. Stitch waffles are just as good as Mickey waffles they just have a different shape.
‘Ohana Breakfast Skillet
Inside this skillet, you will find Biscuits, Scrambled Eggs, Pork Breakfast Sausage Links, Hawaiian-style Ham topped with Pineapple Compote, Fried Island-style Potatoes. Everything was good in this dish but no wild standouts here. It is your normal breakfast option which is great to have to fuel up for a long theme park day.
Ohana Breakfast Recommendation
Have you dined at Ohana for breakfast? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. Be sure to share your favorite dish with us as well! Any questions we can help you answer? Just let us know in the comment section below. If you are interested in booking a reservation for Ohana you can do so through My Disney Experience.
Want more dining tips? Check out our Best Disney World Restaurants recommendations along with Worst Disney Dining Sit Down Restaurants. If you are visiting with young ones read our Best Places to Eat with Kids at Disney World.
I have been visiting the parks annually since my parents first brought me at just a year old. Recently I was able to fulfill my life long dream of being a Florida local and moved from the wintery Northeast to the sunshine and fun of central Florida. Now I am hoping to share my Disney knowledge with you so you can have the best vacation possible!