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Old 07-08-2014, 12:32 PM   #16
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I am a vegetarian and Boma is my absolute favorite breakfast anywhere. The roasted tomatoes and asparagus, fruit, goat cheeses and chive scrambled eggs, bread pudding french toast with toffee syrup...there isn't a menu just buffet. You wouldn't really need a menu, anything you could think of for breakfast is on the buffet. I would look at reviews with pictures if you're unsure.
YES! My mouth waters just thinking about all those things on the Boma buffet.
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Thank you all. Think we'll stick with Boma then....well, until I change my mind. I guess we can't go wrong with either one.

So guess I should ask...what exactly is this famous Tonga Toast? I believe it's some kind of decadent French toast?
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Old 07-08-2014, 06:23 PM   #18
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That is a tough one as we are fond of all three but for different reasons, so I hope my interjecting thoughts on each help

Boma...lots of food choices and enough for even the pickiest eater to find to satisfy. For the eater with a wide variety of food likes, very nice buffet. Food has always been good and consistent

Kona...not as far out there as Boma but very good. They have standard breakfast items but some good polynesian flavored foods to satisfy most tastes. Cant go wrong IMO

The Wave...tends to be a sleeper amongst WDW fans and not sure why. I suggest going with the buffet as all the same items are served off menu. This way, you get a taste of all offered. It is always fresh, very good with a couple items exclusive to them
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That is a tough one as we are fond of all three but for different reasons, so I hope my interjecting thoughts on each help

Boma...lots of food choices and enough for even the pickiest eater to find to satisfy. For the eater with a wide variety of food likes, very nice buffet. Food has always been good and consistent

Kona...not as far out there as Boma but very good. They have standard breakfast items but some good polynesian flavored foods to satisfy most tastes. Cant go wrong IMO

The Wave...tends to be a sleeper amongst WDW fans and not sure why. I suggest going with the buffet as all the same items are served off menu. This way, you get a taste of all offered. It is always fresh, very good with a couple items exclusive to them
Awesome. Thanks for the great description. It's funny how it seems like Boma wouldn't be good for picky eaters since it can be different, but yet people still say it's great for that.

One comment people have said...we are on the DDP, but we have already exceeded our credits so this breakfast will be one of our OOP (which I think is $23.42 for adult and $12.77 so is one of our cheapest meals)
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Old 08-03-2014, 02:54 PM   #20
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We went to Boma 2 years ago for breakfast. It was good. Was it great and outstanding and a "hands down" favorite? No. Like I said. It was good. Would I do it again? No. Not for breakfast. To my, and this is just my family's opinion, it was not worth the $85 that it cost us. That was for 3 adults and one child. On the other hand, we do want to try it for dinner. We just didn't think it was worth the cost.

We haven't been to Kona or the Wave. We do have an ADR at Kona for breakfast. We will be there in a month. I have to say that I am very excited to try the macadamia nut pancakes. My hubby is going for the Tonga Toast.
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