‘Ohana means family, and family means no one gets left behind or forgotten.  It also means you’re in for a yummy meal!!  We may be biased since this fun restaurant is located in the lobby of our Disney home, the Polynesian Village, but both breakfast and dinner options at ‘Ohana should be experienced by Disney World fans at least once in my humble Polynesian opinion.
'Ohana at Disney's Polynesian Village


‘Ohana offers a PhotoPass stop prior to breakfast only. Since we have enough happy, normal group shots, we usually use these to be are authentic weird selves. Photos here will show in your PhotoPass account and will be included in your Memory Maker.


Surrounded by windows, ‘Ohana has an open airy feel, but beware the light during your breakfast photos (as you’ll see below). Dinner offers views of nighttime Magic Kingdom and fireworks if you time it right and are near the windows. The restaurant even pipes in the music!


Both breakfast and dinner are all-you-can-eat family-style meals with mounds and mounds of food! Breakfast is typical with sausage, bacons, eggs, etc., but be sure to enjoy the bread and POG juice to add a Polynesian flair. Dinner is meat. On. Sticks. Yeah, baby! A mix of Asian, Poly and a touch of Brazilian tastes make for a ridiculously filling and delish dinner.




Lilo and Stitch’s Best Friends Breakfast is the only meal at ‘Ohana currently showcasing characters. You’ll find, of course, Lilo and Stitch who are accompanied by Mickey and his best pal Pluto!

Breakfast Characters

While the characters just hang out at breakfast, there’s no shortage of fun at dinner! With storytelling, music, dancing and coconut races, kids of all ages will enjoy themselves as they wind down a magical day at ‘Ohana.

Enjoy a look at ‘Ohana with our ‘Ohana! Here’s a peek at breakfast and dinner. Sorry for the dinner video…it’s really dark and the volume is really low, but you get the picture. 🙂