Pricing Released for New ‘Ohana Breakfast and Noodle-Free Dinner

As we recently reported, ‘Ohana reopens July 9 at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. We now know the pricing for both breakfast and dinner. In addition, guests will be able to make reservations starting tomorrow.


Breakfast Pricing

$25 adults / $14 children

Breakfast will include pineapple-coconut breakfast bread, Stitch and Mickey Mouse waffles, and breakfast skillets with ham, sausage, and breakfast potatoes.

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Dinner Pricing

$55 adults / $33 children

Dinner features platters of grilled beef steak, roasted chicken, sausage, and island shrimp casserole served with fried rice and roasted broccolini. ‘Ohana pot stickers, crispy soy chicken wings, and the signature ‘Ohana bread pudding served warm with caramel sauce, and vanilla ice cream are all back. Sadly, noodles are off the menu.

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  1. Ohana’s , no more noodles, no more shrimp, too much change for people wanting the disney magic that was there a year ago. the CEO Bob said it well a few weeks ago at his meeting, disney guests will get use to paying more and receiving less. my opinion in the long run , people will fade away after awhile , people don’t like this much change with less value. disappointing.

  2. i remember a time when the noodles were not only still there, the shrimp was still there, but there was also grilled pork to go with the steak and chicken. and that was for a $35 dinner price!!!! i love how they just keep etching away as the years go by banking on nobody noticing. sad.

  3. Let’s take one of, if not the most difficult to get dinners we offer, and butcher it. Awesome!
    I’m not food connoisseur, but isn’t chimichurri South American, and isn’t this supposed to be in the south pacific? Shrimp casserole, really? I will try and keep an open mind, but I do not have high hopes.

    Bob Cheapskate strikes again. He is really testing customer loyalty.

  4. The ONLY way to send the message to Disney and the suits who make these horrible decisions is to STOP paying for the product. Stop making dinner reservations. Stop buying tickets. Stop settling for less for more money, and stop accepting a decreased quality of product.

    Hitting hard them in the wallet and going somewhere else is the only way to make our voices heard with impact. Maybe then they will learn and give us actual value for our money.

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