Ashley R. (NDW#43) (19 Posts)

Ashley is DDL's resident food expert and is a passionate foodie who enjoys cooking, fine dining, traveling and all things Disney. From a young age she has been in love with the magic of what Disney represents. She is the chief editor of her website acupofdisney.com where she shares Disney information,vacation tips, videos and Disney recipes. She also currently is a columnist for StudioCentral.com. To contact Ashley you can find her on Twitter @acupofdisney


Kona Café is located on the second floor of the Polynesian Resort in the Great Ceremonial House. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. On our visit we experienced a delightful breakfast service.  I ordered the famous Tonga Toast with bacon (10.99) which consists of sourdough bread filled with warm bananas and covered in a cinnamon/sugar coating served with a side of strawberry compote.  It was amazing! The bananas were warm and gooey, and every bite was delicious. If you are not into sweets, it may be overkill for you. My husband ordered the Big Kahuna (11.99) which is a huge breakfast platter of French Toast, Pancakes topped with Pineapple Sauce and Macadamia Nut Butter, Eggs, Potatoes, Ham, Bacon, and Sausage.  He liked the exotic flavors of the different sauces and butters so much that he didn’t even touch his maple syrup! He was seriously full afterward.

Tonga Toast


Big Kahuna

Kona is a great place to start off your day with a unique breakfast experience. The lavish grounds of the Polynesian Resort will make you think you have been swept off to Hawaii. It is a must do for us on every trip to Disney. I highly recommend Kona, and, if you decide to give it a try, I would suggest making advance dining reservations since it is becoming a popular eatery.

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Contributed by: Ashley R. (NDW#43). Ashley is our resident Disney food expert and creator of A Cup of Disney.

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