We’ve already shared a look at the menu that will be served during dinner at ‘Ohana, including a BIG update on the noodles situation. But, what about ‘Ohana’s breakfast menu? Today we’re sharing all the details with you about what items you’ll be able to enjoy at ‘Ohana during breakfast when it reopens!
‘Ohana is set to reopen in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort on July 9th!! When it reopens, this spot will be serving up both breakfast and dinner family-style.
While breakfast at ‘Ohana used to feature some of your favorite Disney friends, the characters will NOT be present during breakfast when ‘Ohana reopens. Be sure to keep that in mind.
Wondering what food you’ll be able to eat at ‘Ohana when it reopens? Well, breakfast will start with some seasonal fruit as well as freshly-made pineapple-coconut breakfast bread! YUM!!
Then, you and your family will get to chow down on the breakfast skillet (again, note that this meal is served family-style). The skillet will include Hua Paka (scrambled eggs), Uala Kahiki (fried potatoes), biscuits, Pua’a (pork breakfast sausage links and Hawaiian-style ham topped with pineapple compote), and Mickey-shaped waffles (it appears Stitch-shaped waffles may also be available based on the photo Disney has shared).
There is also a plant-based breakfast skillet available. This includes “eggs,” Uala Kahiki (fried potatoes), cinnamon-sugar doughnut, “sausage,” and allergy-friendly Mickey-shaped waffles.
Looking for some specialty drinks? ‘Ohana’s breakfast menu has that too. You’ll find non-alcoholic specialties like Kona Sourced Coffee, and drinks based on characters like the Lilo Smoothie, Moana Smoothie, and Stitch Smoothie.
There are also specialty beverages that will be available including a Mimosa-Your-Way and the Lapu Lapu.
Disney has not yet officially released the pricing for breakfast at ‘Ohana, except that the ‘Ohana page on the Disney World website generally notes that breakfast is typically priced at $15 to $34.99 per adult.
Reservations are already available for ‘Ohana, so if you haven’t already booked yours, be sure to check and see what’s available.
We’ll continue to keep an eye out for more updates and let you know what we find.
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Will you be trying to eat at ‘Ohana when it reopens? Tell us in the comments!