10 Hardest Dining Reservations To Get At Walt Disney World

  1. ‘Ohana -- Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort brings the tropical feel of the south seas to life through gently swaying palm trees, sweeping views of Seven Seas Lagoon, tiki details, and some wonderful dining options. One restaurant in particular is nearly always booked at capacity, and it can be found on the upper level of the Great Ceremonial House. ‘Ohana means family and is a family friendly restaurant that is popular with guests of all ages. The décor features bright and tropical prints mixed with wooden accents that welcomes guests of all kinds to their family. ‘Ohana is unique in that it is open daily for all you can eat breakfasts and dinners, but both meals are completely different experiences. Breakfast is a buffet style meal featuring options like Scrambled Eggs, Pork, and Mickey Waffles which can be enjoyed while rubbing elbows with Lilo and Stitch. Dinner features no characters, but instead entertainment from Cast Members who host horse races for the kids and serenade one and all with music and song. Dinner options are served at the table and include Honey-Coriander Chicken Wings, Szechuan Sirloin Steak, Spicy Grilled Peel-n-Eat Shrimp, and ‘Ohana Bread Pudding. Guests who are lucky enough to sore a dinner reservation at the right time can also enjoy a wonderful view of the nightly fireworks in the Magic Kingdom across Seven Seas Lagoon.