Speaking of pool bars. Let’s hop down the Monorail loop, shall we? The Polynesian Village Resort is very-often considered to be one of Disney’s best Deluxe accommodations.
Loaded with South Pacific flair, it’s most-known for its ultra-popular Table Service venues – ‘Ohana and Kona Cafe.
When it comes to Counter Services, however, Captain Cook’s ‘quickly’ comes to mind. Well, the captain has a bit of competition now, I’d say!
Folks, meet Oasis Bar & Grill! I have to confess … I had to sneak into this spot. It’s reserved for resort Guests only! Anything for you, my friends!
The Poly’s newest pool bar, as you can see, Oasis is a great looking spot. It also offers fantastic views with plenty of seating!
Their menu offers plenty of options …
Remember how much I loved Food & Wine’s Kalua Pork Sliders? Well, check it out! Oasis serves their own recipe!
So, how were they? Well, at $9.99, they were relatively economical. Food & Wine charged $4.25 for one. Oasis serves three!
Taste-wise? Um, Food & Wine definitely “wins” the battle. The Oasis sliders were a bit dry.
Food & Wine’s pork, by comparison, was much more moist and tender. Having said that, it wasn’t a bad meal. A quick lunch and a refreshing beverage. A nice afternoon repast.
Oasis Bar & Grill, Disney fans. If you’re staying at Poly, try it! If not, and you try to sneak in … well, you didn’t get the idea from me!