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tonga toast

Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by robertcraig, Jul 16, 2011.

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    WHAT IS TONGA TOAST LIKE and is KONA CAFE the best place to go
     
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    Yes, although you can get it elsewhere, Kona does it best.

    It is a HUGE breakfast, and from my perspective very, very sweet. It's French toast, stuffed with banana and then deep fried. It's served with confectioner's sugar and syrup.

    I've shared some once. I know many folks love it! Well worth a try, but if you eat the whole thing by yourself, you won't be eating again until dinner! :eek:
     
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    I've had it once and it was delicious, but really way too sweet for me.
     
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    I think you should try something once
     
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    It is lovely though very sweet! I've only had it at Kona Cafe although I think you can get it at the Poly counter service place (Captain Cook's isn't it?). I didn't add much of the syrup that comes with it - it's way sweet enough without it!
     
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    I love it and I am not big on sweets. You can get it at Kona Cafe and Captain Cook's.
     
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    There was a time when the All Star food courts had it too, but not sure if they still do.

    Yes, Robert Craig :yes: trying something for oneself is the only real way to go! :yes:
     

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