Kona Cafe is located upstairs in the Great Ceremonial House of the Polynesian resort. Here you can sit down for a restaurant meal, but feel free to ask for the sushi menu from the bar adjacent. The feel of the restaurant and the menu is Asian infused American dishes and the food is delicious. Kona Cafe currently participates in the Disney Dining Plan and will count as one table service credit per member of your party. What is really fun about Kona Cafe is the dessert show. Basically, the chefs prepare your dessert right in front of you at their Onstage Pastry Kitchen.
Kona Cafe is a fun stop, and if you want a nice sit down meal with a little fun, then you’ll want to dine here. You can find their full menu HERE. This is where you will find the famous Tonga Toast that everyone talks about!
Also, Kona Island located near the monorail stop is also a quick stop for some coffee (Kona of course) in the morning, and a sushi bar in the afternoon/evenings.
Overall, we give Kona Cafe an “A”.
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