The menu is themed to the island decor, and
though the dining room Isn’t fancy, the food is on a higher plane than
your average java joint’s. An adjacent sushi bar serves the full restaurant
menu for dinner and offers coffee and pastries during breakfast and
Setting and Atmosphere
With the remake of the Polynesian Village Resort,
Kona Cafe remains the hotel’s coffee shop, open three meals a day. Right
next to the monorail station, the casual, open dining room is an easy ride from the Magic Kingdom by boat or monorail should you want to escape
the theme park for lunch or dinner.
Breakfast: The indulgent Tonga Toast (French toast layered
with bananas) Is still the most-requested dish. Lunch: sushi, pan-Asian
noodles with shrimp, beef, or vegetables; sticky wings; banana-chocolate
crème brûlée. Dinner: sushi, togarashi-spiced ahi tuna, grilled curry-crusted
lamb chop, New York strip steak, and sustainable fish.
Charcuterie and cheese, Kilauea torte (chocolate
cake with a warm chocolate center), and Kona coffee served in a press pot.
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