Ohana invites guests on a culinary adventure that captures the essence of island hospitality and flavors. This beloved restaurant is more than a place to eat; it’s an invitation to experience the warmth and generosity of Polynesian culture through its vibrant cuisine and spirited atmosphere.

As you step into ‘Ohana, you’re welcomed into a family-friendly environment where the spirit of Aloha permeates every aspect of your dining experience. From the moment you’re greeted with a smile to the last bite of your dessert, ‘Ohana promises a dining journey that blends the exotic tastes of the islands with the magical touch of Disney.

Ohana at the Polynesian Resort

 
Ohana is an absolutely wonderful restaurant at Disney World located inside of the Polynesian resort. Out of all the restaurants at Disney World, I am going to recommend this to be the one you must go to.
 
Ohana’s is an all you can eat Hawaiian cuisine restaurant. The cost is $36 for adults and $16 for kids. So, our family of five ate here for $120. In my opinion, this is a great deal. Wonderful food, awesome atmosphere, and you can see the fireworks at the Magic Kingdom.
 
 You do not need a park ticket to eat here. Parking is also free for guests dining at the hotel’s restaurants.  So, if you are in Orlando go eat at Ohana.
 
Here is what to expect:
 
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‘Ohana Welcome Bread
Ohana at the Polynesian Resort at Disney World
Mixed Greens Salad with a Honey-Lime Dressing
Ohana at the Polynesian Resort at Disney World
Pork Dumplings and Chicken Wings
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Meats are grilled over an open fire in the center of the restaurant including spicy peel and eat shrimp, pork loin, chicken skewer, and sirloin steak.

 
 
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Noodles and stir fried veggies
At the end of your meal, you will receive a heaping portion of bread pudding and it’s to die for. I’m a dessert person and this is one of the best bread puddings I’ve ever had. Ohana at Disney World
 
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Dining at ‘Ohana in the Polynesian Resort at Disney World is an experience that encapsulates the spirit of Aloha, blending a warm, welcoming atmosphere with a feast of flavors that transport guests straight to the islands of the Pacific.
 
The family-style service and the diverse, succulent menu featuring items like grilled meats, seafood, and unique Polynesian-inspired dishes create an unforgettable culinary journey.
 
Coupled with the enchanting views of the Magic Kingdom and the resort’s lush tropical surroundings, ‘Ohana offers more than just a meal; it offers a moment of connection, celebration, and joy. The live entertainment, including music and cultural performances, adds an extra layer of immersion, making every dinner an occasion to remember. Eating at ‘Ohana is not just dining; it’s embracing a slice of Polynesian paradise, making it a must-do for anyone visiting Disney World seeking a magical and delicious escape.


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