Located on the second floor of the Great Ceremonial House at the Polynesian, Kona Café is a perfect, casual, tropical spot to jump start your Disney morning.
Of course, one of the signature items on the menu is Tonga Toast, and if you have not tried it, is definitely an item to put on (and quickly cross off) your Disney bucket list! Simply put, Tonga Toast is French toast made from a huge slice of sourdough bread, stuffed with bananas, rolled in cinnamon sugar and served with a strawberry compote. It comes with your choice of sausage, bacon or ham.
Other items include variations of pancakes, French toast, and eggs- the next menu item I’d like to try is macadamia-pineapple pancakes, which sounds delicious. The entire menu can be viewed here.
You can’t go wrong with a reservation here: our server was friendly and engaging, the atmosphere was relaxing, and we definitely intend on returning for breakfast again later in the year. Kona Café does accept the dining plan and Tables in Wonderland.
Jen V is a prior Disney Destinations travel agent who moved over 1,200 miles from Wisconsin to Florida to be closer to the magic of Walt Disney World. She first vacationed to the World in 2006, followed by two trips in 2007 and 2009. Since her relocation to Florida in July 2011, Jen travels to Walt Disney World on a weekly basis, and enjoys all aspects of planning a Disney vacation. Jen resides in Clermont, Florida, and co-authors the Wishes and Pixie Dust blog with her husband Mark.