Kona Cafe – Dinner – vegan & non-vegan food review – Polynesian Village Resort – Walt Disney World



We took a trip over to Disney’s Polynesian Village resort and went to Kona Cafe for dinner. We got:
Allergy rolls with vegan butter 1:45
Hawaiian rolls with macadamia nut butter 2:36
Backscratcher with rum, whisky, and passion fruit juice 3:34
Vegetable sushi 4:49
Fire-roasted Pork Wings with Honey Bacon, Pickled Rainbow Carrots 6:26
Vegan Dashi Bowl with Jasmine Broth, Glass Noodle, Pineapple, Spicy Sauteed Tofu, and Tomato 7:52
Asparagus 10:18
Large Kona Sampler with Tuna Poke, Three pieces of Nigiri, Three pieces of Sashimi, and Five pieces of our California Roll 11:06

Overall thoughts 12:49

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Oasis Bar & Grill – Pool Bar Specialty Drinks:
Bear tries the rum Dole Whip from Pineapple Lanai:
Tambu Bar specialty drink review:
Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto Veg Food:
Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto Specialty Drink and Vegan Sushi:
Captain Cook’s:

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Comments(2)

  1. QuePenaTravels says:

    That stuck rank top!! Great review!

  2. Ann Clark says:

    Good honest review that I've come to expect. I was served raw bleeding wings at Ohana last year–probably happens rarely but I need considerable time to forgive them before I go back again. Thanks for sharing. Please do a Disney cruise review soon.

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