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We LOVE going to Disney character meals because the food is always good and it is an easy way to get those autograph books filled with great character signatures! Located right off the monorail at the Polynesian Resort is ‘Ohana breakfast that allows you to fill your belly before going to the parks while you meet Lilo, Stitch and friends.
Breakfast at ‘Ohana
Like many character breakfasts, seating is done in a revolving basis.
This is to accommodate the rotation of Disney characters for their meet & greets.
Arrive on time, because if you are late, they will work you into the next seating group and that might take some time (don’t ask how I know this!).
When you arrive, you will get a complimentary (plastic) Hawaiian lei and have the opportunity to take your picture with the Tiki backdrop.
From time to time, Stitch also appears for pictures.
‘Ohana breakfast is served Family-Style (makes sense right?) where you will be brought an array of items straight to your table.
This is an all you can eat breakfast menu so you can ask for refills of any and everything as you dine!
‘Ohana Breakfast Menu
Once seated for your ‘Ohana breakfast, your server will give you a basket of their Pineapple-coconut sweet bread and fresh tropical fruit along with a pair of maracas for the children.
Be sure to get the Disney signature POG juice (a blend of Passion Fruit, Orange and Guava Juices). It is delicious!
Your server will bring you a platter filled with Scrambled Eggs, Fried Potatoes, Bacon & Sausage Links, and both Mickey Mouse & Stitch waffles.
This is a real treat. While you can find Mickey Mouse waffles at most Disney restaurants, this is the only place you will find Stitch Waffles!
Characters at ‘Ohana Breakfast
As you enjoy your breakfast, each of the following Disney characters will stop by your table for a visit: Lilo, Stitch, Pluto, & Mickey
You may take pictures, have them sign autographs books or just visit!
The key for making the most of seeing the Disney characters at ‘Ohana breakfast is to have your camera (or phone) out and autograph books ready to go.
At some point during your meal, there will be a parade usually started by Lilo or Stitch where the kids can walk around the restaurant shaking their maracas.
Kids usually love this parade because they can get all the wiggles out for about 10 minutes.
If your child is shy, it is perfectly fine to walk them through the parade. Parents do this ALL THE TIME.
‘Ohana Breakfast Prices
- $40.47 for Guests ages 10 and up
- $24.50 for little ones ages 3 to 9.
- Children under 3 FREE.
These prices also include non-alcoholic beverages, but tax and gratuity are not included.
If you are on the Disney Dining Plan, dining at ‘Ohana costs only one Disney Dining table service credit.
Annual Passholders can also save 10% when showing their passholder card.
When to Visit ‘Ohana for Breakfast
You don’t have to stay at Polynesian resort to enjoy ‘Ohana! Since it is located right off the monorail, it is super easy to get to on days when you are already heading to Magic Kingdom or Epcot.
Just park as you normally would and then hop on the Resort Monorail to get to the Polynesian. Once there, you will find ‘Ohana breakfast upstairs.
Be sure to make reservations in advance because ‘Ohana is one of the more requested Disney character dining experiences at Disney World.
We always enjoy ‘Ohana for breakfast and I would definitely recommend it! If you’ve been to the Polynesian for the ‘Ohana Character breakfast, I’d love to hear what you think.