3. Kona Café (Polynesian Village Resort)
Kona Café is famous for the Tonga Toast — cinnamon sugar french toast stuffed with bananas and served with a fruit drizzle. Reading the menu description may seem like you will want more, but the portion size is HUGE. Guests shouldn’t write off Kona Café for dinner. There are great sushi options, as well as chicken and beef, too!
2. California Grill (Contemporary Resort)
Located atop of the Contemporary Resort, California Grill offers guests wonderful views of the Seven Seas Lagoon, Bay Lake, and the Magic Kingdom, while also offering a great menu of sushi and delicious land and sea options. This is a popular dining location, so we highly recommend making dining reservations and trying to grab a reservation during the fireworks at the Magic Kingdom!
1. Ohana (Polynesian Village Resort)
Dining here at dinner is a unique experience — guests are served family-style in a relaxed atmosphere. Similar to California Grill, you want to try and snag a dining reservation during the fireworks at the Magic Kingdom. Guests have delicious chicken, steak, and shrimp skewers to enjoy in addition to pork dumplings and chicken wings and some delicious sides!
Dining at Walt Disney World can quickly become a full-time activity with the diversity of the menus that are offered to guests. You’ll definitely want to make time during your next vacation to dine at one of these restaurants! Which one of the restaurants is next on your list?