We recently reported changes made to the breakfast menu at Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian resort, and now guests will notice a change to the lunch and dinner menu as well.
At lunch, guests will no longer find the Polynesian Plate Lunch on the menu. The Kona Surf and Turf Burger and the Big Island Tacos are also gone. However, you will find exciting new options that include the Island Style Beef Burger, Lemon Grass-Scented Airline Chicken Breast, and Shrimp Salad with Yuzu Emulsion.
Guests will find the dinner menu is pretty much the same as the lunch menu, and lost dinner menu items include Kona Coffee-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin, Pan Seared Duck Breast, and Grilled Curry Crusted Lamb Chops.
Kona Cafe is known for its amazing Sushi offerings, and luckily sushi remains a menu staple at both lunch and dinner.
For those with a sweet tooth the dessert menu at Kona Cafe has also been updated. We can say farewell to the Warm Apple Tart, Banana Chocolate Crème Brûlée, and Yuzu Citrus Tart. The Kona Kone remains along with Chocolate Fondue, and the Kilauea Torte.
Even with these changes Kona Cafe will no doubt continue to be a Disney guest favorite!
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