Where can I find Toast for breakfast and not biscuits?

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  1. lifeguardette

    lifeguardette Mouseketeer

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    Okay, really strange question I know, but where can I find a restaurant that has toast and not biscuits? My family is a really picky and we like toast with our eggs and I see that many places have it with biscuits. Is this a Florida thing? Confused...
     
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  3. mom2of2

    mom2of2 DIS Veteran

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    A la carte restaurants have toast, you just have to ask for it.
     
  4. BlueGiraffe

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    Tusker House had toast - you had to toast the bread yourself.
     
  5. Dislover1991

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    I'm wondering the same about places such as Kona Cafe and Ohana. I know they bring out biscuits at Ohana and most meals at Kona come with a biscuit - but could I ask for toast instead? I'm sure Kona has it since they serve french toast but i'm not sure.
     
  6. Melanie B

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    At Kona you can ask for toast. I had toast with my breakfast the last 2 times we were there.
     
  7. Dislover1991

    Dislover1991 DIS Veteran

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    Thanks! That's good to hear :thumbsup2

    Last year I got the ham & cheese omelet that came with potatoes & a biscuit. I try to eat healthy so I gave my dad the potatoes & biscuit which didn't leave me with much left :rotfl:
     
  8. mom2of2

    mom2of2 DIS Veteran

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    Ask for toast (white,wheat,rye) and you can sub a fruit cup instead of potatoes
     
  9. o0quirkygirl0o

    o0quirkygirl0o just a little mischievous

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    I'm willing to bet most places will sub in toast for you. I don't think it will be a big problem at all. Happy eating!
     

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