A cousin of Tonga Toast??

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  1. cruisnfamily

    cruisnfamily <font color=teal>Please save me from 5th grade mat

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    I was looking at the breakfast menu at Boatwrights at Port Orleans Riverside and I saw this:Banana-stuffed French Toast - Banana-stuffed Texas toast, strawberry banana sauce and choice of bacon, sausage, or ham $7.99

    Would this be the infamous Tonga Toast? Or some variation thereof?

    Anybody tried this?
     
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  3. paras4ri

    paras4ri Wishing upon a star........

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    I've had both and they're similar but I don't think the version at POR is rolled in cinnamon.
     
  4. Tinkerbelle739

    Tinkerbelle739 <font color=9999FF>Wrote a letter to the Tag Fairy

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    I have not had the official Tonga Toast but let me tell you, the Boatwrights version is amazing! I also ordered a fruit smoothie and I was full until 6 pm dinner. We are making a special trip to have this when we are there this year even though we will be staying at WL. It was that good!

    Wishing everyone a "magical" day!:wave:
     
  5. Belle5

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    It is the same (cinnamon and all) at Boatwiright's and IMO--better than the version at Kona! I love the strawberry sauce on it! We have had both many, many times and will always choose the Boatwright's version. It used to be called the "Crazy Cajun" but folks wouldn't order it because they thought it would be "hot and spicey"! Thus, the name change. I thought the Crazy Cajun was pretty cute.
     
  6. cruisnfamily

    cruisnfamily <font color=teal>Please save me from 5th grade mat

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    Well, that settles it! You guys have made me hungry! I'm definitely going to try this on our May trip.
     
  7. lwilliam

    lwilliam <font color=deeppink>Goofylover<br><font color=tea

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    I did enjoy the french toast at Boatwright's more than at Kona.
    Also loved the Tonga Toast but it is just too sweet for my taste
    lately. The strawberry sauce with the toast at POR is the best.
    I'm now hooked on the eggs benedict at the Kona.
     

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