Best Breakfast at Kona Cafe?

Good morning, folks!  Most WDW fans rave about ‘Ohana.  The “flagship” venue of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, it certainly is enjoyable for both breakfast and dinner.

When it comes to the Poly, however, Mrs. All in WDW and I are quite partial to its sister restaurant – Kona Cafe.  For breakfast, lunch, and dinner, we always walk away quite happy.

I was looking through some old photos a few days ago, and I stumbled upon our last breakfast at Kona.  I realized … it’s hard to choose from amongst their countless options!

Macadamia-Pineapple Pancakes.  Steak and Eggs.  A straightforward Ham and Cheese Omelet.  All of it is delicious!

Of course, there are two “signature” dishes that seem to stand out above the rest.  What are those, you ask?  Oh, c’mon.  You know!

Imagine banana-stuffed sourdough French toast rolled in cinnamon sugar.  Served with your choice of ham, bacon, or sausage, for $15, it’s Tonga Toast!

This Tonga was actually served at Poly's Quick Service - Captain Cook's - but you get the picture!

This Tonga was actually served at Poly’s Quick Service – Captain Cook’s – but you get the picture!

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Then, check this out.  French toast.  Pancakes topped with pineapple sauce and macadamia nut butter.  Eggs.  Home-fried potatoes.  Add ham, bacon, and sausage?  Wow!  For only $14?!  It really is the Big Kahuna!

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How in The World can we choose between these two?!  Well, that’s what I want you to do today, my friends.  Imagine this … you’re at Kona.  It’s breakfast.  Tonga?  Kahuna?  You choose!

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