WDW Not Just for Kids Review: ‘Ohana Breakfast!

Me and Mickey, January 2013During my marathon weekend trip, TheMom and I hit up the breakfast at ‘Ohana at the Polynesian.  I was a little hesitant, as it is a family-style breakfast.  This means it had eggs (yuck!) and pork and bacon (just….no).  Despite some misgivings, I had marked “other” on my ADR, thinking that it could lead to a polite request for potatoes and dead pig on separate plates.  Not so easy.  I was marked as an allergy (note:  there was a language barrier between the hostess and myself.  This may have been part of this).  I could not have anything until I met with the chef.  It took a while, but we met.  They brought out stir-fry with tofu s well as the fruit for me.

The characters (Lilo, Stitch, Plut0 & Mickey) were good.  Once I got my food, the service was great (I think I drank about two gallons of POG juice).  So while I liked it, I would no hurry back.

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3 Responses to WDW Not Just for Kids Review: ‘Ohana Breakfast!

  1. I had breakfast at ‘Ohana over Marathon Weekend too – wonder if we were there at the same time? I really enjoyed the breakfast – I prefer family-style to buffets, because you don’t have to keep looking over your shoulder for the characters when you’re getting food. And the Best Friends’ Breakfast is a great value if you’re paying cash for meals – it’s one of the least expensive, if not the least expensive character meals at Walt Disney World.
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  2. Abe Lule says:

    A glass of pure fruit juice, bananas, yoghurt, low-calorie muesli with semi skimmed or skimmed milk, fresh fruit salad with few spoonfuls of low fat yoghurt, fresh and raw veggies mixed with flavoured yoghurt, a slice of toast or plain bread with eggs, boiled or poached are some of the options for breakfast. Kids can enjoy a Smoothie with their favourite fruits; add dash of yoghurt or honey to make it more delicious..

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