Captain Cook’s

Tonga Toast

Captain Cook’s is Walt Disney World’s only 24 hour food court.   This is where you will find quick menu options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  This is where you can pick up your refillable resort mugs (and refill them).  Also, worth noting is that you can get a small selection of the menu items from Kona Cafe here, such as their famous Tonga Toast.

Captain Cook’s is currently 1 counter service credit on the Disney Dining Plan.  If you are looking for a quick breakfast, yet you want to enjoy some of the best Hawaiian food on property, you’ll want to check out Captain Cook’s.  You can find their full menu HERE.

Overall, we give Captain Cook’s an “A”.







  • Jeffrey Stites

    We hopped over here from the MK for lunch one day on our last trip and were completely blown away by the interesting menu and food quality. It’s not just burgers and salads, and they even have a Dole Whip machine! This place totally rocks, we may never do counter service in the MK park again :)

  • Tonya Hepler Grilliot

    Thanks for the info, I did not know you could get dole whip anywhere besides The Magic Kingdom!! Will have to check this out.

  • Guest

    This article is next to useless, since it does not tell us where in Disney World, that it is located. There are 4 theme parks and thousands of acres within the boundaries, so telling us where, is important.

  • Jill D

    The Tonga Toast is worth the visit to Captain Cooks, even if you aren’t staying at the resort!! We usually do, so I have sampled most everything from the menu and never had anything I did not like. My favorites are the fore mentioned, the Pulled Pork sandwich (yum!)and self-serv Pineapple Dole whip for dessert!! My husband enjoys their flatbread pizzas. For a small space they really do a great job of trying to pass guests through efficiently and quickly with the computer screen ordering, pick up window, and two-lane cashier line. As with anywhere on WDW properties, plan a few extra minutes for your breakfast line. If you are staying at the resort as we do, a good option is to bring your trays back to your room to eat. :)

  • Lori R

    Nice counter service location. We stayed at the Polynesian for a week in October of 2008 and got breakfast almost daily here, it was always very crowded and difficult to get a table. Lunch and dinner are much more manageable. We thought there was a nice variety here and you can also get your Dole Whip here. We all tried the Tonga Toast at one point or another and enjoyed it.