The Ohana The Ohana Issue 2 Volume 1 - Page 98

bacon with a side of princess. Most guests will most likely have bitten that bullet 6 months before the trip, so that sacrificial chunk o’change will have long since been offered up to the altar of the Mouse, allowing you to just enjoy the meal experience with nary a thought about the crying of your credit card. And speaking of that credit card: since your reservation is paid at the time of booking, you’re not presented with a bill for your meal, so you won’t be able to add a tip using your card at the restaurant. An 18% gratuity will have been included in your cost. So if, like us, you prefer to tip a minimum of 20%, you’ll want to bring a little cash with you to top off that tip at the table. The price of the meal varies a bit throughout the year, but I can tell you that our meal for two adults including appropriate tip was about $130.

After perusing the menu (and taking time to take pictures of the lovely artwork on it), we both chose the Beef Tenderloin with Egg. The other choices were a traditional eggs and bacon breakfast, a meatless quiche, a healthy option with poached eggs and greens and oatmeal, a ridiculously rich sounding French toast, and even a shrimp and grits with cornbread dish. And though the other offerings sounded good, and it would be such a lovely idea to try a variety of items in subsequent visits, I’ll tell ya, offerings sounded good, and it would be such a lovely idea to try a variety of items in subsequent visits, I’ll tell ya, if we