This small “island” at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort serves up BIG flavors!
Kona Island offers a surprising variety of specialty coffee drinks like a Kona Blend Coffee Press Pot and pastries in the mornings (including unique selections that you won’t typically find in other bakery cases around Disney World, such as Banana Macadamia Nut Loaf).
During lunch and dinner, the options expand to offer Sushi selections as well.
Note that this spot is not to be confused with the Kona Cafe, the Table Service location right next door.
Service: Counter Service
Type of Food: Specialty Coffee and Pastries, Sushi
Location: Polynesian Resort
Disney Dining Plan: No
Tables in Wonderland: No
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- Kona Island Sushi Bar is located on the second floor of the Polynesian, close to Kona Cafe.
- The seating area accommodates approximately 20 people; if possible, get a seat on the bar that overlooks the lush gardens & water feature outside of the Resort’s entry. (You may also take your selections to-go, if you prefer.)
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