Disney's Polynesian Village Resort

Entree range

Sushi $9-$16


This is often a good option for last-minute dining plans, lending itself to class and convenience. For diners who shy away from raw fare, cooked items are available on the menu (such as the Kona Crab Cake roll, Shrimp tempura roll, and California luau roll). Also, because Kona island Sushi Bar shares a kitchen with Kona Cafe, any item on the Kona Cafe menu can be ordered from the bar.

Setting and Atmosphere

Kona island Sushi Bar is very casual, imitating the tones and textures of Kona Cafe but placed in an area of high traffic for the Polynesian. the small eatery seats about 20 diners but accommodates many take-out orders. When eating in, guests can sit right at the bar and watch as the sushi chefs work their culinary magic, or be stationed against a glass wall with views of the resort's monorail stop, tropical gardens, and the ceremonial lighting of the torches on most nights.

House Specialties

Volcano roll (spicy tuna and seafood with tempura crunch), Tuna Poke (traditionalHawaiian poke salad with cubed tuna, soy sauce, sesame oil, sea salt, and onions)

Other Recommendations

Freshly ground Kona coffee, choose from 100% Kona beans in a press pot or a blend of 30% Kona beans and 70% Colombian beans.


Disney Dining Plan


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