Kona Cafe Allergy Menu and Review: Lunch/Dinner

If you’re ready for some yummy Polynesian-style food (that’s easy to access on the monorail loop) enjoy a meal at the Kona Cafe!

This is the table service option for The Polynesian besides Ohana and the quick serve Capt. Cooks.

We headed there one day on a lazy day mission to ride the monorail and eat some good food. And boy did we eat! Let’s take a look at the allergy menu at Kona Cafe…

***As Always, please speak to a qualified restaurant employee when ordering food. In order to see the most accurate ingredients and risk assessment, you will need to confirm allergy safety in real-time. This is my personal experience, I am not employed or endorsed by companies or brands mentioned.***

Our review and what we ate

We had the whole family there for this review! Since soy, gluten and dairy are big issues for us, we had the Chef come out.

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Their uncle is so silly!

And they did have a gluten free soy sauce (my husband was excited!) So he got that with the Poke Bowl (gluten free of course).

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My husband’s poke bowl

I opted for a simple burger and fries as I was slightly wary of MSG/nitrates and possible soy contamination (as it is used in many of the vine grates!)

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My burger and fries

Served with our meal was Ener-g Rolls and regular butter. (They didn’t have Earth Balance options)

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Ener-g rolls

For the kids, we grabbed a plain unseasoned chicken breast with potatoes and fruit. The potatoes were overcooked (but most meals come with at least one item that isn’t always cooked properly). So the kids just ate around that.

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Not the best potatoes…

Our server was pleasant and we LOVED people watching. This was an open air restaurant facing the large walkway at the Poly and monorail.

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Such a cute little cafe!

TIP: the Kona Cafe has a little offshoot where you can order some treats and coffee. We love coming here on Magic Kingdom days and getting coffee and Erin McKenna’s Donuts before heading into MK. Pickings are slim for a multi-allergy friendly breakfast meal!

Normally, we take the Resort Monorail from the Ticket and Transportation Center, stop at the Poly, and then get back on to head to the Magic Kingdom!

The Allergy Menu at Kona Cafe

So here’s the lunch menu, but it’s almost identical for dinner with only some price and select meal changes.

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Mickey shaped food allergy friendly snacks

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