Captain Cook’s | Polynesian Village Resort | Disney World

Last Updated on: May 24th, 2024

Captain Cook's (Disney World)

Captain Cook’s is a quick-service restaurant located at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort at Walt Disney World. The restaurant is designed to resemble a tropical island kitchen and features a variety of Polynesian-inspired food options.

The menu at Captain Cook’s features a variety of dishes, including flatbreads, sandwiches, salads, and entrees. There are also vegetarian and gluten-free options available. Some of the most popular dishes include the Coconut Meatballs, the Hawaiian Flatbread, and the Island Chicken Sandwich.

Captain Cook’s features a colorful and relaxed design with decor inspired by the Polynesian culture. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and accepts both cash and credit cards. It is a popular dining destination for guests staying at the Polynesian Village Resort and is located near the resort’s main lobby and pool area. The restaurant also features outdoor seating with views of the resort’s lush gardens and lagoon.

Fun Facts

  • Captain Cook’s is a quick-service restaurant located at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.
  • The restaurant is named after the famous explorer Captain James Cook and is designed with a tropical and Polynesian theme.
  • One of the unique menu items at Captain Cook’s is the “Tonga Toast,” a popular breakfast option. It consists of banana-stuffed French toast rolled in cinnamon sugar and is often a guest favorite.
  • The restaurant offers a convenient location for guests staying at the Polynesian Village Resort to grab a quick meal, snack, or refill their resort mugs with beverages.
  • Guests can dine indoors or enjoy their food on the outdoor terrace with views of the lush landscaping and the resort’s tropical oasis.

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