Disney Polynesian

The Disney Polynesian Resort offers some great dining opportunities.

Barefoot Pool Bar

Grab wine, beer and mixed drinks at the pool bar.

Captain Cook's

Enjoy this quick service eatery for a quick bite to eat serving three meals a day. Enjoy burgers, salads, soup, flatbread and dole whips.

Kona Cafe

Kona Cafe is a great little casual sit down restaurant in the Polynesian Resort. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this is one of the best casual sit down restaurants on Disney property. At breakfast they offer standard fare, plus their signature Tongo Toast (banana stuffed French toast) and yummy juice. Lunch and dinner offer food with an Asian influence and good desserts.The restaurant is open to the hotel lobby giving the place the appearance of an upscale coffee shop. The atmosphere is a bit loud and not romantic, but the food does not disappoint.

Kona Island

Kona Island is a quick service sushi bar in the lobby of the Polynesian hotel. This little place is next door to the Kona Cafe restaurant and serves sushi and drinks in the evening. Kona Island is a coffee bar in the morning with various coffee drinks and pastries.

'Ohana

'Ohana hosts a great character breakfast and a highly popular dinner of all you can eat Polynesian food. Advance dining reservations are required. Mickey, Lilo and Stitch appear at the character breakfast of family style standard American fare plus good bread and excellent juice. You can ask for more food if you need it. For dinner diners are brought unlimited amounts meats that are cooked on skewers in the open oven. There are also a lot of antics including coconut races. There is a window in the restaurant from which you can see Cinderella’s Castle in the distance offering a view of the Wishes fireworks display.

Tambu Lounge

This lounge is a spot for appetizers and drinks.

The Polynesian Resort offers 24 hour room service.

If you want a dinner show, the Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show is held in the Disney Polynesian luau cove. This is an entertaining Polynesian Luau with hula dancers and fire eaters. The food is average, but the show is very good. The romantic atmosphere of the resort is enhanced by lit tiki torches.

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