Description from PassPorter's Walt Disney World Guidebook:

A 24-hour quick-service eatery offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus snacks. You can get Tonga Toast ($6.99) at breakfast and a Big Kahuna sandwich ($9.19) or lobster roll ($16.49) at lunch and dinner. The Hawaiian Flatbread ($9.99) is yummy! Note that the Dole Whips are no longer here, but you'll find them around the corner at the Pineapple Lanai.

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Kids Meal Prices: $4.99-6.49

Hours: 12:00 am - 11:59 am

Seating: Indoor and outdoor at tables and chairs

PassPorter's Ratings for Capt. Cook's
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Readers Rating:
7.5/10

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Type: Counter
Cuisine: American
Noise Factor: Noisy

Dress Code: Theme park casual

Annual Pass Discount: No
DVC Member Discount: No
Disney Visa Discount: No
Tables in Wonderland Discount: No



Explore other eateries at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort:
  • Kona Cafe
  • 'Ohana
  • Barefoot Pool Bar
  • Capt. Cook's
  • Pineapple Lanai
  • Tambu Lounge
  • Trader Sam's Grog Grotto
  • Kona Island
  • Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show
  • Oasis Bar & Grill
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