8. Ale and Compass
A new addition to the Yacht Club, guests can find New England-style food at this restaurant at the Yacht Club. Breakfast features an all-you-care-to-enjoy buffet with biscuits, fruit, bacon, and other delicious culinary creations. Guests can also order a la carte entrees off of the menu, too. Lunch and dinner feature a burger, fish and chips, a smoked turkey sandwich, or a classic lobster roll! Larger entrees are featured at dinner like a seafood pot pie, strip steak, a barbecue pork chop, or a savory clambake!
9. Kona Café
Guests can enjoy delicious meals here for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Breakfast features a Disney classic meal — Tonga Toast – cinnamon sugar french toast drizzled with strawberry compote and stuffed with bananas. The lunch menu features a pork noodle bowl, ginger-soy chicken, and an island-style burger, chili shrimp, or your choice of sushi rolls. You’ll love the flexibility of dining at the Polynesian since it is so easy to get to after a day at the Magic Kingdom or before you head there for the day!
One of the most popular restaurants on property is also at the Polynesian. Ohana serves breakfast and dinner, both family-style. At breakfast, guests will find traditional breakfast selections on a platter while also allowing guests to interact with Mickey, Pluto, as well as Lilo and Stitch. Dinner is the crown jewel of dining since guests can enjoy noodles, sticky wings, vegetables, as well as fire-roasted chicken, shrimp, and steak. If you eat later in the evening, guests can also see the fireworks from the Magic Kingdom from their table. We’d recommend heading down to the Pineapple Lanai after your meal for a cool, refreshing Dole Whip while you walk around the grounds of the resort!
Resort dining is a great addition to a day at Disney or to a vacation. Be it quick service or table service, you’ll enjoy eating at any of the resorts on property. Where will be your next resort meal at Disney World?