There are certain beloved items at most Disney restaurants that guests hate to be without. Cue the noddles at Ohana which started a Twitter fire storm when they were removed from the menu. Luckily, the power of social media made Disney bend to the pressure and reinstate the noodles. The Hashtag Show covered this debacle back in July of 2021.
Let’s hope this latest shortage or lack of product does not need to have Twitter come and save it.
Alert: Ohana ran out of its signature bread! This delicious bread is Pineapple Coconut flavored. If you’ve ever been to Ohana, you know you are handed it upon entry to be brought to your table with you. It’s a staple of this restaurant. But, alas, they have recently run out of this bread and replaced it with pull apart rolls! Pull apart rolls, the audacity!
Should we start a petition, a Twitter hashtag? #bringbacktheohanabread?
I have found multiple copycat recipes online of this bread, maybe we all need to make some to mail to Disney so that guests going to Ohana have their delicious bread.
If you’d like to make your own, here’s a recipe from Disney in Your Day: Ohana Bread Recipe. I haven’t used this recipe, so let me know in the comments if it tastes like the real thing.
I guess pull apart rolls are better than no rolls or bread at all, but it’s a signature piece of the meal at Ohana. It’s part of the entrance to the restaurant.
I wonder what the reason for this dearth of delicious Ohana bread is? Supply shortages? Or are they truly pulling it off the menu and not telling us?
I truly hope that the Ohana bread is brought back not only for my sake, but others like me who love Ohana and the bread that they serve.
Are you read to jump to Twitter or other social media websites to save the Ohana bread if necessary? Comment below to let us know!
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