Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Dec 2, 2012
    Kristie from ME Asked

    I am struggling between the Hoop dee doo revue and Ohana's for our last selection while we are at WDW. Could I get an opinion on both and a recommendation on which one? I like the idea of Ohana's only being one dining credit versus the revue is 2!

    Hi there Kristie,

    You have mentioned two of my absolute favorite places to eat at Walt Disney World and while both are fabulous and offer tons of fun, I think I'll have to recommend 'Ohana!  The beautiful backdrop of the Polynesian resort paired with the delicious food and exciting atmosphere of 'Ohana make this the perfect place to close out your magical vacation!

    The food here is amazing and includes a mix of island inspired favorites that is sure to please the entire gang!  The meal is served family style and the meats are fire roasted on site and delivered to your table on big skewers!  The parents can sit back and relax to the tunes of Hawaiian music while the kids participate in a few native games and maybe even a hula lesson nearby!

    And as you've mentioned, 'Ohana is only one dining plan credit.  Another factor is time, as Hoop de Doo will take two hours not counting travel time to Fort Wilderness!  'Ohana is conveniently located at the Polynesian, which is a hop, skip, and a monorail ride from many destinations and a bonus:  Time your reservations right, and you could watch "Wishes," the Magic Kingdom's fireworks, right from your table!  They even pipe in the music!

    Hope this helps, and please be sure to write back if I can be of further assistance!

    -Amanda F.
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