This menu was apparently very temporary because they’re already switching it up and bringing back some old favorites! We’re back at ‘Ohana today to try the new, er, old? menu items again! Take a look at what we found!
Let’s start with a quick overview of what’s changed at ‘Ohana with this menu update. Beginning today, with the ‘Ohana Dinner Skillet, you can now get Wood-fire Grilled Teriyaki Beef, Spicy Peel-n-Eat Shrimp, Grilled Chicken with Polynesian-inspired Chimichurri Sauce, ‘Ohana Noodles, and Roasted Broccolini.
What you won’t find anymore is the Island Shrimp Casserole and the Kielbasa Sausage. Besides that, the menu is the same! (Yes, the bread pudding is still there. We think ‘Ohana knows better than to mess with a classic like that.) Despite all the changes, ‘Ohana is STILL a family-style offering with a flat fee of $33 per kiddo and $55 per adult!
So let’s head in and try everything out!
When we got to ‘Ohana, we used a virtual check-in and got a message when our table was ready!
Then, we headed over to the check-in desk…
…and we were led to our table, which had a QR code for the menu!
On our trip to ‘Ohana we got the Polynesian Mai Tai with Plantation Original Dark Rum, Bacardí Superior Rum, Bols Orange Curaçao, Lime Juice, Orgeat (Almond) for $13 and Pure Cane Sugar and the Dragon Iced Tea with Hendrick’s Gin, Lemon and Ginger Herbal Tea, Tropical Juices, and Blood Orange for $14! Remember: alcoholic drinks are NOT included with the flat fee for the meal.
To start our meal, we got Mixed Greens Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette and the ‘Ohana Coconut-Papaya Scones. Note: Despite the menu update, the classic ‘Ohana bread was not back when we visited, and according to a Cast Member, the scones are here to stay. We will let you know if things change, but for now, the Cast Member shared that you can find the ‘Ohana Bread at Kona Cafe.
Next, we got the ‘Ohana Dinner Skillet with Wood-fire Grilled Teriyaki Beef, Spicy Peel-n-Eat Shrimp, Grilled Chicken with Polynesian-inspired Chimichurri Sauce, ‘Ohana Noodles, and Roasted Broccolini! It’s actually not one, but FOUR skillets of delicious goodness! The ‘Ohana Noodles were amazing (we could write a whole book about those tasty noodles!) and we really enjoyed having all these ‘Ohana favorites back! We also grabbed the Honey-Coriander Chicken Wings and the Pork Dumplings Tossed In Garlic-Chili Sauce, which were both delicious savory options!
The Wood-fire Grilled Teriyaki Beef was just as good as last time we visited with a nice smokey, sweet flavor that gave a nice and balanced bite!
The Grilled Chicken with Polynesian-inspired Chimichurri Sauce was a great addition to the plate as well and we loved the chimichurri!
The Spicy Peel-n-Eat Shrimp are back in action! Although they still aren’t the classic skewers we remember, they still have the delicious savory-but-not-too-spicy flavor we know and love! They’re a little bit messy to peel, but definitely a great light protein.
And of course, we HAD to end our night with some delicious ‘Ohana Bread Pudding made À la mode with Homemade Caramel Sauce! Do we even need to say anything about this, it’s still perfection (even if there aren’t any bananas on it!).
We’re excited to get you all a full review of the new (old?) ‘Ohana menu! Keep following DFB for more updates on what’s new with food in Disney World!
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Is your favorite item back at ‘Ohana? Tell us what you missed most in the comments!