A highlight of this cafe is its 'build your own' omelet bar. There are nearly 20 fillings to choose from, so if you have found omelet choices just ... More
A highlight of this cafe is its 'build your own' omelet bar. There are nearly 20 fillings to choose from, so if you have found omelet choices just short of the mark in the past, this is the answer to your problems. If you would rather go local-style, try your eggs with rice and Portuguese sausage. Pancakes, French toast and other griddle favorites are also available. Although breakfast is the specialty, a selection of burgers and sandwiches is also available.
We had breakfast here Oct. 2010and had WONDERFUL Omelets!!! The restaurant staff was very friendly and the place is quaintly decorated. They had a great selection of good and we would recommend this restaurant to everyone.
Restaurant was crowded and food so-so. Veggie omelet had paper thin layer of eggs covering piles of mostly green pepper (one piece with paper label still on it) and onion, very little mushrooms and cheese.
We were on our honeymoon and found this place on Yelp and it had great reviews so we tried it. The place is clean and we were seated right away. I got the sweet bread french toast and it was amazing! We were seated next to the cash register and the girl didn't even make us get up to pay she just took our credit card while we were seated!
This is one of the few good breakfast spots on the island. The menu has a cool look with old newspaper articles as the design. The food was fast and delicious and the host and waitress were great. Bathrooms were a little cramped and small, but that doesn't really affect the experience.
This is the only place on the island for breakfast that doesn't eat into your pocket book. If you go after 8am be prepared to wait...the line might be long but sometimes its worth the wait...Enjoy...we do...Mahalo
This was the best place on the entire island to eat breakfast. Although I was staying in Princeville, the food was worth the long drive. I ate there as often as possible. The portions were generous and the variety was what I would expect in paradise. Don't pass up the opportunity to try the banana pancakes with coconut syrup! YUM!
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