‘Ohana Breakfast with Stitch

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.

Image from cdbendele.com
Image from cdbendele.com

Continue reading

Flying Fish Guest Post

This week we have a guest post from Tom about his experience at Flying Fish during a trip in September 2016, thanks Tom!

Fondest greetings to you all. My name is Tom, and this will be my first contribution to this site. Before getting to business, I just wanted to take a minute to express my gratitude to everyone that is taking time to read this, and to the individuals who took time out of their day to look at the content I was posting and asked me to write this piece. Thank you so much.

On September 16th my wife and I sat down to an amazing dinner at the Flying Fish restaurant. Flying Fish is a signature restaurant that is located at Disney’s BoardWalk Resort. In the pictures, hopefully you’ll be able to see aesthetics of the room that we were in, because it was beautiful. The restaurant just went through renovations and it looks amazing. With the looks inside, please note that they also have a dress code there, we didn’t realize this a few years back when we dined there for the first time. They won’t turn you away, but there is a backroom that they may sit you in that is still wonderful, but makes one feel slightly alienated when placed there. Although, some people, myself included may enjoy this privacy which is difficult to achieve anywhere on the Disney property. Continue reading

Signature Dining at Citricos

This review reflects our experience from January 2016.

Some of the best dining in Disney can be done in the resorts and not in the parks. One that always stands out to us is Citricos in the Grand Floridian. We have eaten here several times but seem to keep forgetting to let you all know how great it is! Previously we were treated to an excellent meal from Chef Phil, but as of our trip in January, Chef Phil has moved over to Golden Oaks and has been replaced.

Image from wdwluxuryguide.com
Continue reading

Breakfast at Kona Cafe

This review reflects our experience from September 2015.

Finding a vegan breakfast in Disney World is pretty easy nowadays, almost everywhere carries the vegan and gluten free Mickey waffles. But we can really only eat waffles every once in a while. So when you’re looking for somewhere else to find vegan breakfast we recommend one of our favorite spots for breakfast, Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian Resort.

Polynesian Resort Lobby
Polynesian Resort Lobby
Continue reading

Iron Chef Morimoto’s Restaurant in Disney Springs

This review reflects our experience in October of 2015.

Recently there has been a huge change in Walt Disney World. What was once known as Downtown Disney has been reimagined into Disney Springs. Disney Springs features more restaurants and retail locations than in the past. One of the biggest changes is the new section named The Landing. The Landing features many restaurants including the newest from Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, Morimoto Asia.

Morimoto Asia Interior
Morimoto Asia Interior

We were so excited to try Morimoto Asia because of all the great things we had heard within the few days of it being open. Morimoto Asia features pan-Asian cuisine and several vegetable dishes. The restaurant is two stories with a sushi restaurant upstairs and the main restaurant downstairs. Morimoto Asia featured beautifully designed furniture, chandeliers and black and white photos covering one wall. One part we didn’t love was ducks hanging in the open kitchen, luckily our table didn’t face that so we didn’t have to see them all dinner. While we were there Chef Morimoto was walking around the restaurant, we hoped to get a photo with him but he ended up spending the rest of the time working in the sushi bar. Continue reading