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Disney's Polynesian Village Resort, second floor of the Great Ceremonial House

Summary

Readers adore ‘Ohana, which means “family.” It’s also an astounding amount of food that just keeps coming. Request a seat in the main dining room, where the fire pit is. Here’s something to consider, though: ‘Ohana tends to bring out your food at warp speed. This reader from Rochester, Minnesota, noticed it first:

Our dinner felt very rushed. The food quality was as expected—it just seemed like we were being timed.

The reader has a point—your server will bring food out as fast as you can eat it.

If you’re dining with little ones, ‘Ohana is fabulous—when our kids were very young, we would’ve donated a kidney to any server who brought our food to the table that fast. If, however, you’re a group of grown-ups looking for a relaxed meal, ‘Ohana will probably feel more akin to competitive eating than dinner, unless you ask your server to space out your courses a bit.

Setting and Atmosphere

Columns of carved tiki gods support the raised thatched roof in the center of ‘Ohana’s main dining room, while the dining tables, arranged in rows, resemble long, segmented surfboards.

House Specialties

There’s no menu to choose from—your only option is to ask for vegan or vegetarian options. With that decided, the food starts arriving and doesn’t stop until you’ve had enough. Breakfast starts with seasonal fruit and pineapple-coconut “breakfast bread” (it’s a Danish, really). Standard breakfast skillets include scrambled eggs, sausage, ham, potatoes, Mickey waffles, and biscuits; plant-based options are available too. At dinner, starters include honey-glazed chicken wings, fried pork dumplings, mixed green salads, and coconut-papaya scones and cheddarbacon biscuits. The main course features teriyaki beef, peel-and-eat shrimp, roasted eight-way chicken, kielbasa sausage, noodles, and Broccolini, all placed on a lazy Susan in the center of the table.

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