Plant-based cafe est. It has a South Pacific theme with palm trees, dark woods, tikis and tropical flowers. The dish starts with a base of white rice covered in a bit of coconut milk and vegan sausage gravy. Recieve the latest Vegan Disney news right in your inbox. When the server came to get our drink requests he mentioned he would grab a chef to speak with us. I wouldn’t go out of my way to order this again but if I do end up back at Kona for breakfast I would ask for an extra side of gravy to pour over the rice. Every time we come to Kona Cafe, the Loco Moco is an absolute must-have for us. Kona Cafe, located in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, used to be one of my family’s favorite table service restaurants for breakfast on Disney property. Finding a vegan breakfast in Disney World is pretty easy nowadays, almost everywhere carries the vegan and gluten free Mickey waffles. He left and quickly came back with some wheat toast with Smart Balance vegan butter. This dish is so inventive! My dining companion opted for the Steel-cut Oatmeal with Apples ($7.00). 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. He asked what I would like with the scramble and I asked for potatoes. New Kona Cafe Vegan Food Offerings. Kona Cafe is always a fantastic place to get breakfast or dinner. Under that section is a menu item you’re going to want to ask your server to make vegan. This is the Vegetable Bowl ($21) filled with glass noodles in a jasmine broth. Savor American favorites for breakfast, lunch and dinner—prepared with hints of the South Seas. Our server brought out soy milk to add to the oatmeal. If you’re looking for breakfast at the Polynesian opt for something quick at Captain Cooks like the Vegan Avocado Toast. You’ll find full-service restaurant Kona Cafe on the second floor of the resort. The Kona Cafe is a very vegan-friendly place to eat breakfast. Tonga Toast is two thick slices of bread stuffed with bananas which is deep fried and rolled in cinnamon sugar. Ask for a side of soy sauce as the broth doesn’t have much oomph to it when omitting the fish flakes. I ended up having to add salt to it because it didn’t have much flavor. We got: 00:57 Vegan bloody mary $13 USD 02:00 Polynesian red eye with coconut … source. We were lucky enough to be seated next to the floor to ceiling picture windows overlooking the monorail line and lush tropical gardens. She also would have liked more brown sugar. The restaurant has an open airy feel to it. It’s topped with vegan eggs and pico de gallo. Vegan Breakfast Options at Kona Cafe There are two clearly marked “plant based” options on the breakfast menu. I’m always so excited when I am able to order a savory breakfast option so I went with the Plant-based Loco Moco ($12). On our most recent visit to Kona Cafe we told our host that we were vegan and they marked it on our card for our server. Save the “ Vegan Breakfast Review at Kona Cafe in Disney’s Polynesian Resort” pin to your favorite Pinterest board. Vegan Loco Moco from Kona Cafe by Melissa Posted on June 26, 2019 June 30, 2019 Read More Breakfast Tonga Toast now has vegan compote! Condiments This offering was also pretty average. Much to my surprise, this scramble was absolutely delicious. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I love that most restaurants carry either Smart Balance or Earth Balance vegan butters now! Since Tonga Toast typically comes with a Strawberry Compote that contains dairy, the chefs typically give a side of fruit and some syrup. Kona Cafe: Vegan-friendly Breakfast - See 2,835 traveler reviews, 903 candid photos, and great deals for Orlando, FL, at Tripadvisor. Chef Robert came out and we asked him about making the Tonga Toast vegan. Facebook; Prev Article Next Article . As I mentioned before, I don’t think I would go out of my way to dine here again. Now as vegans, most of us picture tofu scramble as tofu and a bunch of vegetables, often mushrooms and onion at our house, but this was literally just tofu and potatoes. Today we’re taking you to Kona Cafe in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort at Walt Disney World to check out the vegan breakfast options. I went to the Kona Cafe in October of 2015, and I was informed that the Tonga toast cannot be made vegan, nor has it ever been able to be made vegan. He said of course and I asked about a tofu scramble, Tonga Toast sounded too heavy that morning. Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian Resort is a cozy little spot to enjoy vegan food with a little bit of tropical flair at the Walt Disney World Resort. The chef did, however, make us a delicious tofu scramble that looks similar to your tofu scramble from Ohana, and I would highly recommend that! Would we eat here again? Sadly, the last few years have seen quite a bit of change to the breakfast menu at Kona Cafe. When we found out we knew we had to come check and see what our favorite breakfast spot had to…