When you think of Pumpkin Spice and everything nice, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort probably isn’t the first place that usually pops in your head!
There are SO many new items catching a wave over to Disney World right now!
From the “Cowboy” Sundae at Whispering Canyon to the Sardinian Pasta at Flying Fish, you can have something exciting for every meal of the day! And, over at the Polynesian Village Resort, two fresh options are also calling our names!
Welcome back, DFB foodies! We’re here with another What’s New at the Monorail Resorts in Disney World.
We’ve got lots of construction, entertainment, merch, and food updates for ya, so let’s dig on in!
Breakfast is one of our absolute favoritemeals to enjoy at the Disney parks — along with lunch, second lunch, dinner, second dinner… . But in all seriousness, is it just us or does breakfast just seem to taste better at Disney World?
That’s why we’re counting down our top 10 most intriguing breakfast bites to get your morning motor runnin’. What’s on the menu? Let’s take a look!
“Welcome aboard the Walt Disney World Monorail — your highway in the sky!”
It’s time for a trip around the Monorail Resorts today as we visit Disney’s Contemporary, Polynesian Village, and Grand Floridian Resorts! So, “Please stand clear of the doors…” [Read more…]
has always been a guest favorite spot to grab breakfast, lunch, or dinner. But with a big menu change, is it still as crave-worthy?
Located in the Great Ceremonial House that serves as the centerpiece of the resort, the restaurant is airy and open…but still relatively boring when it comes to decor and theme. But since the Polynesian is on the Monorail, Kona Cafe is relatively easy to access even if you’re not staying at the resort. And, of course, the food has been fairly consistent over the years: good with moments of greatness.
Now the recent menu change has guests wondering whether Kona Cafe should stay on their must-get Advance Dining Reservation list or whether they should head elsewhere. We reviewed lunch shortly after the menu change, and overall, we were impressed by the offerings! In particular, we thought the sushi was a terrific value, and we enjoyed the Hawaiian-Style Reuben sandwich. Even dessert had some pleasant surprises with Key Lime and Tiramisu cups bringing good flavor.
But I wanted to get back to dine from the Dinner Offerings portion of the menu, which is where you’ll find Steak and Seafood that isn’t available for lunch. [Read more…]
When you decide to purchase the Disney Dining Plan (or if you snag it during the yearly Free Dining offer!), you want to make sure you maximize your dining credits at every opportunity. With so many one-credit table service restaurants from which to choose, it can be tough to know where to go in order to get the best value for your credits. That’s where the DFB comes in.
Check out our top picks for Disney Dining Plan One-Credit Meals that offer the Biggest Bang for your Disney World Buck!
, located at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, recently changed its menu, and now there’s a lunch and dinner item that makes this table service spot the biggest bang for your DDP buck! So if you’re a fan of a 20-oz. Bone-In Black Angus Rib-Eye, prepare to be the master of the DDP! On top of the $55 steak, add a $14 Lapu-Lapu and a dessert selection (up to $9), and you’ve got a $78 value for your table service credit!
Happy weekend! Here’s all the Disney food news this week!
It’s time for another festival to start! Check out all the details on the 2019 Epcot Festival of the Arts, which started January 18 and runs through February 25, including FULL menus and lots of food photos! Be sure to check out our Best of the Fest!
And we’re starting to see those Disney World Skyliner cables being tested with REAL gondolas! You can also see a video of these in progress here on our instagram channel!
Plus…where to find THESE pineapple upside-down pancakes!
We have a lot to share with you this week, so let’s jump right in…
You’re likely already familiar with using the My Disney Experience website or app to book your dining reservations throughout Walt Disney World parks, resorts, and Disney Springs. But did you know that some of these restaurants also offer reservations through OpenTable.com? We’ve got all the details!
Want to try booking a dining reservation through OpenTable.com? We’ve put together a list of all participating restaurants on property. While you won’t find any in-park dining on the list, there are plenty of Resort and Disney Springs restaurants available via the site.