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Kona Cafe’s Tonga Toast

Guest writer James Chapman from Disneyfotoblog.com just returned from a Disney World trip and reviewed the Polynesian Resort’s Kona Cafe and its famous Tonga Toast. Thanks, James!

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The Kona Cafe is an easily overlooked oasis that has more than one special treat for a hungry family; but one especially wonderful treat is Tonga Toast, a cinnamon and banana-infused slab of toast!

Tonga Toast

Tonga Toast

A thick, sweet strawberry compote makes that first bite all the more inviting (and filling). For those on a diet (forget about it), this meal can easily feed two people, and for those who order a more traditional breakfast of eggs, grits, and wheat toast, the tonga toast may be shared as a treat for the whole family.

Kona Cafe offers a traditional American fare for both breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and provides a pleasant, Polynesian decor. Even with the larger table service restaurant, ‘Ohana, directly next door, the Kona Cafe menu and atmosphere offers an excellent experience, and I would highly recommend this restaurant to everyone visiting Walt Disney World!

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4 Comments

  1. Okay, that’s it…I’m booking our next trip! Give me this and a pressed pot of Kona coffee around 7:45 in the morning (so I can be finished and make it to MK opening), and I am in my own nirvana. Great post!

  2. admin says:

    Thanks, Mush! Yep, there’s nothing like that Tonga Toast. And thanks again to James Chapman at disneyphotocontest.com for the great post!

  3. Michele Webb says:

    Oh man, my husband and I went to Disney world last April (2009) for our honeymoon. He wanted to go to Hawaii, I wanted to go to Disney, so I won, but we agreed that the Polynesian would be a nice alternative to his hawaian destination. I got the dining plan and won him over with Disneys food. The first day to order breakfast in bed, I choose the tonga toast, well needless to say everyday afterwards for the next 6 days, I had it. I would dream of it, wake up before it was to be delivered to the room, my excuse to have it everyday, I would walk it off, lol, good thing the honeymoon happens after the wedding, I don’t think I could of fit into my dress. So for our first anniversary, he asked me what I wanted, my reply Tonga Toast! So I can’t wait to see what he gets for me, I heard Disney has a cookbook of recipes.

  4. AJ says:

    Michele — OH, yes! Disney has LOTS of cookbooks!! What wonderful story, though! Ordering Tonga Toast for your breakfast in bed every day for a week sounds so wonderfully decadent… sigh…:)

    Congrats on your upcoming anniversary!

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