Are you planning to dine at ‘Ohana on an upcoming trip? Be sure to check out the new menu pricing so you can budget accordingly.
Fans of Walt Disney World’s ‘Ohana have something to look forward to. Recently, Disney announced that the restaurant will make its much anticipated reopening on July 9, 2021.
Bookings will become avaliable on June 10, 2021, so be sure to grab reservations if you are interested in dining at the popular family restaurant. To read all about the reopening and the reopening of other eateries, click here.
However, many fans find it disappointing that the ‘Ohana they know and love is returning with a new menu. The restaurant is also not going to have characters during breakfast at this time as it did in the past.
For breakfast, diners will start with pineapple-coconut breakfast bread. They will then enjoy Stitch and Mickey Mouse waffles as well as “eggs”cellent breakfast skillets with ham, sausage, and breakfast potatoes.
The ‘Ohana dinner features all-you-care-to-enjoy platters of grilled beef steak, roasted chicken, sausage, and island shrimp casserole served with fried rice and roasted broccolini. ‘Ohana pot stickers and crispy soy chicken wings are both making a return.
Thankfully, the signature ‘Ohana bread pudding served warm with caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream is back on the menu as well. This is one of Disney’s most coveted desserts, so its presence is a welcome one.
However, ‘Ohana fans are not too pleased about what is missing from the menu. Most notably, the famous ‘Ohana noodles are no longer part of the meal. This change has created a backlash from ‘Ohana fans. For the full tale of noodle enduced rage, read here.
UPDATE: The Noodles Are BACK. Read here for details.
Disney has updated pricing for ‘Ohana’s meals as well. The question is, will guests be willing to pay with no characters and no noodles?
- Breakfast will cost $25 for adults and $14 for children.
- Dinner will cost $55 for adults and $33 for children.
Keep in mind as you are budgeting that this is an all you care to enjoy meal, which means that everyone has to pay regardless of whether you can eat $55 worth of shrimp casserole. Also, remember that Disney considers children over the age of 9 adults for dining purposes.
Will you be planning a meal at ‘Ohana with its new menu and new pricing and lack of characters, or will you be skipping it? Let us know on Kenny the Pirate’s Facebook Page, or join our crew and continue the discussion!