POLYNESIAN VILLAGE RESORT
Great Ceremonial Hall - Second Floor
Ohana is located on the second floor of the Great Ceremonial Hall in Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. The restaurant is open for Character Breakfast and Dinner Service.
"Ohana...a place of family, laughter and sharing...Hawaiian style"
Offering Hawaiian style cuisine, the large restaurant overlooks the Seven Seas Lagoon, Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and the resort pool and volcano.
'Ohana's Best Friends Breakfast' Featuring Lilo and Stitch
Service commences from 7.30am until midday.
Lilo, Stitch and other friends invite you to join them for a Polynesian influenced American Buffet Breakfast. Feast family-style on selections which include scrambled eggs, Island-style fried potatoes, Hawaiian pork sausages and an assortment of fresh fruits and breads.
Guests have the opportunity to get their autograph books signed and take photograph's of their favourite Disney Characters.
Character appearances and entertainment may be subject to change.
Service available from 3.30pm until 10pm.
“Cousins” are invited to an 'all-you-care-to-eat' Hawaiian-style dinner, along with entertainment.
Guests can begin by sampling the 'Ohana Pineapple Coconut Bread.
Appetizers are served family style on platters to include Pork fried dumplings, Honey-Coriander chicken wings, and Vegetable Lettuce Wraps with a hoisin-ginger sauce.
Watch the server's dash between tikis and tropical greenery to bring freshly prepared dishes cooked over an oak fire, with skewers of Sweet and Sour Chicken, Spicy Grilled Peel-n-Eat Shrimp, Szechuan Sirloin Steak which is served with Peanut and Sweet and Sour Sauces. Dishes are accompanied with Stir-fried Vegetables and Noodles tossed in a Teriyaki Sauce with fresh vegetables.
Dessert if you can manage it, is the restaurant speciality of 'Ohana Bread Pudding a la mode, topped with Caramel Sauce and Bananas.
The Hawaiian-style entertainment includes singing, ukulele playing,hula-hooping, limbo contests and races where children push coconuts around the restaurant with brooms, all on hardwood floors. The ambience is bustling and loud, so be prepared for a fun-filled evening.
The Magic Kingdom fireworks can be seen at night from the large windows which panel the length of the building.
To ensure a table, book up to 180 days in advance.