“I know. You’re going to have Tonga Toast,” Mrs. All in WDW said with utter certainty. Uh, no. Not today, dear.
Actually, there have been very few times I’ve passed up the opportunity to enjoy that banana-stuffed delight. As it turned out, though, yesterday was, happily, one of those rare occasions!
Mrs. All in WDW and I had been scheduled to meet a friend of ours for a South Pacific breakfast. Unfortunately, he was unable to join us. Fortunately, we held to plan and honored the ADR.
Undeterred, we arrived at Disney’s Polynesian Village to find a very busy resort. 4th of July weekend, you know!
We hadn’t been to Kona for breakfast in quite some time. We were very pleased to see that some of their most-popular favorites still graced the menu.
Mrs. All in WDW went a bit off the beaten path when she combined two of Kona’s omelet offerings into her own “recipe”.
She took the roasted red peppers from the Egg White Omelet, combined them with the regular eggs and home-fried potatoes of the Ham and Cheese Omelet, and had our server subtract the ham and cheese. She loved it!
I, on the other hand, set aside my desire for a healthy(?) helping of Tonga Toast in favor of ordering Kona’s Big Kahuna!
French toast, pancakes topped with pineapple sauce and macadamia nut butter, eggs, home-fried potatoes, ham, bacon, and sausage. Small, but very delicious, portions of each component. Outstanding!
We’ve never had a bad meal at Kona, my friends. And, when you look at the prices, considering you’re in Disney, it has always been a pretty good value.
We highly recommend Kona for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Great food, pretty easy to get seated via ADR or “walk-in”, and a phenomenally-themed resort!