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Kona Cafe Switches up Dinner Menu

larryz

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I think the $55 20-oz ribeye is a better deal... but that's just me.
 

Minthorne

Well-Known Member
That's a big change. Ate dinner there in early January and had the Island-style Beef Burger (which is gone from the menu) and at the time I thought the menu looked a little sparse. Lots of new items now, but the prices of some items here are signature level. Wonder how it works with the DDP.
 

aladdin2007

Well-Known Member
The french fries look pathetic, (thats the best they can offer??) this is turning into more of counter service quality type food, big thumbs down.
 

JohnD

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Original Poster
Just looking at the dinner prices at Kona Cafe are ridiculous. $42 for a NY Strip? You can get the same at Grand Floridian Cafe for $34. Plus shrimp and grits and other choices. This isn’t The Boathouse. What happened to a simple NY Strip with teriyaki flavor. Sigh...
 

RustySpork

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Just looking at the dinner prices at Kona Cafe are ridiculous. $42 for a NY Strip? You can get the same at Grand Floridian Cafe for $34. Plus shrimp and grits and other choices. This isn’t The Boathouse. What happened to a simple NY Strip with teriyaki flavor. Sigh...
Don't worry, they just haven't gotten to the Grand Floridian Cafe menu yet.
 

Jon81uk

Well-Known Member
I never got round to going to Kona Café, but had planned to on a trip years back as I liked the look of the Asian style menu and the fact the most of the grilled meats also included Asian style additions. This new menu just looks like a very standard steakhouse!
 

LuvtheGoof

Proud DVC Member
Premium Member
Just looking at the dinner prices at Kona Cafe are ridiculous. $42 for a NY Strip? You can get the same at Grand Floridian Cafe for $34. Plus shrimp and grits and other choices. This isn’t The Boathouse. What happened to a simple NY Strip with teriyaki flavor. Sigh...
The New York Strip is a Prime cut. The GF Cafe is not. That price is not out of line for a prime NY Strip at all.
 
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