We’ve all gone ‘coconuts’ to see Disney dining favorites return to Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort since the pandemic closed them for lengthy periods.
Back in July, Disney Guests were thrilled to see the fan-favorite dining option ‘Ohana reopen at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort after COVID-19. We were drooling to taste the family-style menu once again, with the potstickers, bread pudding, and amazing yakisoba noodles all returning to our lives.
Initially, the iconic noodles were missing from the reopening menu, with Guests lamenting this virally on social media. So we know how popular and beloved these special noodles are to Disney Guests and ‘Ohana diners.
Recently, however, one unlucky Guest’s noodles met an untimely end in the Polynesian Village Resort’s lobby (and yes, you can get leftover boxes at ‘Ohana!)
Disney fan Craig Williams posted a tragic photo on his Twitter that has since gone viral, showing a very sad moment for a Disney Guest at ‘Ohana:
Heard a weird noise walking through the Polynesian. Someone stacked their Ohana leftovers on the ledge by the staircase and they lost their noodles.
Heard a weird noise walking through the Polynesian. Someone stacked their Ohana leftovers on the ledge by the staircase and they lost their noodles. pic.twitter.com/yrnX4u2qkL
— Craig Williams (@Teleclashter) October 21, 2021
Twitter users were aghast to see this sad scene at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, with many responding with both comedic and horrified tones:
Colleen reacted with shock at the predicament:
Omg!!! Those poor people.
– Colleen (@ColleenRunsPa) October 22, 2021
While another use, Lauren Rochelle, was concerned about the food itself:
NOT THE NOODLES
– Lauren Rochelle (@RochelleOkay) October 22, 2021
Many users thought the noodles were still edible:
5 second rule applies
– TheMouseAndMore-Adam (@TheMouseAndMore) October 22, 2021
Either way, it’s a tragedy to see such delicious and popular Disney food be lost to the pull of gravity and bad luck. Here’s hoping next time they keep better watch of their Disney Park leftovers!
More on ‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Resort
If you want to dine at ‘Ohana, please keep in mind that breakfast will not offer characters at this time due to the ongoing pandemic. Additionally, Disney has added sausage and island shrimp casserole to the menu.
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.
What do you think of ‘Ohana now it has resumed service? Let us know.