This review reflects our experience from September of 2016.
‘Ohana has been on our list of places to dine for a while. We finally got a reservation for it on our last trip and we opted for breakfast. ‘Ohana is located at Disney’s Polynesian Resort and features a character breakfast with Lilo and Stitch. This restaurant is treated much like a character buffet, but with family style dining instead.
This review reflects our experience from September 2016.
Breakfast can be really hit or miss for vegans in Disney World. We all pretty much have a set meal we eat at home, so when we’re traveling it may be a bit more difficult to satisfy our morning meal. On our recent trip I was 6 months pregnant, which meant I was hungry all the time. Because of this, we opted to do a few more breakfasts than usual. One I hadn’t been to in several years was at Disney’s Beach Club. Minnie’s Beach Bash Breakfast is held daily at Cape May Cafe and includes Minnie, Goofy and Donald.
This review reflects our experience from October of 2015.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but can be the biggest struggle for a vegan in Disney World. Eating a vegan breakfast can be a bit harder since almost all quick service and table service options include piles of meat and eggs. If you’re looking for a full meal outside of your own food in your hotel room, the best place to find a vegan breakfast is at a buffet. We recently had breakfast at Boma — Flavors of Africa, the buffet in Animal Kingdom Lodge.
Boma is open for breakfast and dinner and offers African-Inspired cuisine. We spoke with a chef when we arrived and were told she would make us some vegan Mickey waffles and that she would show us what was safe on the buffet. She also mentioned that typically they can do a tofu scramble but were unable to do currently as the part of the kitchen where they cook it is under renovation. Continue reading →