Kona Cafe | Walt Disney World


Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has been a favorite of ours for a while now for all meals, but we LOVE breakfast there {it’s tied with Boma for #1 in our book}. But my parents had never been for breakfast, so we had a double date with them on our last trip!

Real talk – the Hawaiian Kona Maragogype Press Pot will change your life. I know, you’re thinking that $9 for plain coffee is a lot, but it serves two and is worth every penny. It’s Joffrey’s Coffee, and it’s our favorite coffee on property. Honestly, any Joffrey’s Coffee on property is incredible, and we usually buy a bag or two to bring home when we’re there.

My dad’s a big fan of banana anything, so we he saw photos of my French Toast with Caramel Banana Sauce {yes, the same one from the Ohana Bread Pudding} from our trip in February, he had been talking about needing to try it. However, once he saw the full menu, he went with the Loco Moco because it was more traditional Hawaiian.

I usually alternate between the French Toast or the Macadamia Nut Pancakes because they’re both incredible, and I went with the pancakes {top left} this time. My mom got the same thing, but she doesn’t like pineapple and wasn’t sure about the macadamia butter, so she got all of the toppings on the side {bottom right}. Like I mentioned before, my dad went with the Loco Moco {bottom left}, and John ordered the Seven Seas Samoan {top right}.

I mean, we clearly enjoyed ourselves! There wasn’t much left by the time we were done, and we had no regrets. Also, peep that Lillian and Co watch {use code ADVENTURE for 10% off your L&Co order}.

Overall, this isn’t a “cheap” place to eat, but it’s not very pricey compared to other places either. They accept Tables in Wonderland and offer an Annual Passholder discount {currently 20%}, so that definitely brings the cost down for you. Personally, we think that Kona is worth the cost. The food is delicious, we love the resort, and it’s an easy stop for breakfast before a day in Magic Kingdom!

We have had really great luck getting last minute reservations here, but we always recommend advance dining reservations which can be booked 180 days before your trip. If you need help booking your vacation or have questions about tickets, dining, or anything else, we recommend that you contact Embrace the Journey Travel!

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