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How good is ohanas?

Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by pigletpete, May 16, 2010.

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    Ohanas looks a bit different from the other places so thinking of booking it but is there a review somewhere I can read?
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    I'm not a huge fan of 'Ohana. I know many people are, but I don't care for the quality of the meat. Any time I've had it, it has been dry, and nearly tasteless.

    The vegetables are non-existent it seems, and the place is noisy and rowdy. Fine if that's what you want, of course!

    We prefer to converse over our meals, so having dinner in that setting didn't do much for us. :shrug:
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    i wasnt a fan either i found all the meat tasted the same and as im a picky eater there wasnt really much choice for me
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    hmm I have this planned for this evening. I havent been for many years and I must say I wasnt a massive fan but thought perhaps it'd changed. hmmm decisions decisions
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    you go and you can give us the low down LOL
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    We loved breakfast but I felt dinner was just OK. We are glad we went an our server was so sweet. I felt there was far too much and none of it fantastic. I was full after the starters.

    My DS1 really liked it be he will eat anything lol.
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    One of DHs favourites but I'm not that keen. It's non-stop servings of meat on skewers that just keep coming, and coming and coming...........
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    I absolutely LOVE 'Ohana for dinner! We go every single trip. We have never found the meat to be dry or tasteless. Granted there aren't a lot of veggies but you can say that for just about any WDW restaurant.
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    :wave:There is alot of meat that's for sure and shrimp too if I'm not mistaken. I don't remember the sides except for the bread and salad. Maybe they had chicken wings? The bread and salad were very good and I liked the steak. I don't like shrimp and I'm allergic to pork so I can't comment on those. There was bread pudding for dessert as well.
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    I have to agree with Tink on this one. I too am not a huge fan. My DW is not a big meat eater to start with and the meat she does eat she is particular about. I know lots of folks rave about it though.

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