For compact toric manifolds, Floer cohomology of non-displaceable Lagrangians can be detected by their superpotentials. This is in some sense the $\mathfrak{m}_0$ term in the $A_\infty$ structure which represents the obstruction to defining Floer cohomology. This construction can be found in the paper of FOOO: http://arxiv.org/abs/1009.1648. For more elementary expositions, see the paper of Cho: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0412414.

In fact, the superpotantial encodes informations about the non-triviality of the $A_\infty$ structures of non-displaceable Lagrangians. What you want can be deduced by passing to the cohomology level. In fact, it is conjectured by Kontsevich in the compact case that the Hochschild cohomology of the Fukaya category is equal to the quantum cohomology. On the other hand, homological mirror symmetry predicts that the quantum cohomology ring should be identified with the Jacobi ring of the superpotential. The latter thing is just the Hochschild cohomology of the triangulated category of singularities in the sense of Orlov. That's why the informations of quantum cohomology are encoded in the derivatives of the superpotential. A large part of this conjecture in the toric case is proved by FOOO in the above paper. In the compact toric case, it is the work in preparation of Abouzaid-FOOO that the Fukaya category is generated by certain torus fibers of the toric fibration on these manifolds. But as toric fibers, their disc enumeration and therefore the superpotential can be determined explicitly using the work of Cho-Oh: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0308225. The work of Cho-Oh only concerns the monotone case. For indefinite case like Hirzebruch surfaces, you need to deal with non-trivial issues coming from Kuranish structures, which involves techniques of FOOO developed in their book. There are non-trivial sphere bubblings and the discs involved are not regular.

The same construction also generalizes to symplectic manifolds with local toric charts, and the superpotential and Floer cohomology can be deduced in a similar way as Cho did, see for example, the work of Abouzaid-Auroux-Katzarkov: http://arxiv.org/abs/1205.0053.

Many interesting explicit examples can be found in the paper of Ritter-Smith: http://arxiv.org/abs/1201.5880. They give computations in both compact and non-compact cases. In the non-compact setting, you need to replace $QH^\ast(X)$ by the symplectic cohomology $SH^\ast(X)$.