9) O’hana – Disney’s Polynesian Resort Your whole family will love the American and Polynesian cuisine served for breakfast, lunch and dinner at O’hana. At breakfast, your kids can meet Lilo and Stitch and feast on scrambled eggs, island-style fried potatoes and Hawaiian pork sausages. Later in the day, enjoy vegetables, lo mein noodles, salads and skewers of chicken, shrimp and steak. Character dining is only available for breakfast, but during dinner at O’hana, you and your family can take part in games and storytelling while enjoying your meal.
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