Pricing Revealed For Breakfast and Dinner at ‘Ohana

in Food, Walt Disney World

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Fans were excited when they found out that ‘Ohana in Disney’s Polynesian Resort will be reopening to Guests next month! Though, some almost immediately noticed that one iconic item was missing from the dinner menu — R.I.P. noodles — fans are still eager to dine at the Polynesian restaurant once again.

Even though ‘Ohana does not list the iconic noodles in its reopening announcement, the good news is you can recreate the yakisoba noodles in your very own kitchen thanks to this copycat recipe.

Today, June 10, ‘Ohana is open for booking reservations, but before you secure a spot, you should know about the pricing for both breakfast and dinner.

Related: Disney Recipe: Recreate Disney’s POG Juice In Your Own Kitchen

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According to Scott Gustin on Twitter, ‘Ohana breakfast will cost $25 per adult and $14 per child. As far as dinner goes (without those delicious noodles), Guests will pay $55 per adult and $33 per child:

‘Ohana bookings start tomorrow. Here are the new prices:

Breakfast: $25/Adults and $14/Child
Dinner: $55/Adults and $33/Child

Related: Disney Recipe: Ohana’s Bread Pudding

Please keep in mind that breakfast will not offer characters at this time due to the ongoing pandemic. Additionally, the dinner menu has changed slightly as there are no longer noodles on the menu and Disney has added sausage and island shrimp casserole.

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More on ‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Resort

The current description of ‘Ohana reads:

Rise and Shine for Breakfast

You and your ʻohana can delight in an American breakfast influenced by Polynesian flavors.

Feast family-style on popular selections such as scrambled eggs, breakfast potatoes, Stitch and Mickey waffles, ham with pineapple, a variety of fresh fruits and ʻOhana pineapple bread.

Dinner with Hawaiian Hospitality

Enjoy an evening of Hawaiian-flavored specialties and music in a Polynesian-themed setting.

Unwind in a dining room brimming with tikis and tropical greenery as you savor delicious dishes like grilled beef steak, roasted chicken, sausage and island shrimp casserole. Plus, you can satisfy your sweet tooth with pineapple coconut bread pudding and vanilla ice cream. It’s a tantalizing taste of the South Pacific!

Guests 21 years of age and older can also enjoy wine and tropical alcoholic drinks from the full bar.

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