Brunch Bunch

Early ris­ers don’t have to have all the fun…

Waikiki Magazine - - IDINE - By Waikiki Team

If break­fast is the most im­por­tant meal of the day, then brunch is its much cooler cousin. Break­fast has you up at the crack of dawn—brunch sashays in at, oh, say 9 a.m. and lingers through noon. While break­fast means get­ting fuel in your body for the day’s ad­ven­ture, many times, brunch is the ad­ven­ture. Here, we’ve com­piled a few op­tions for your brunch­ing plea­sure to be found through­out Waikiki. The Royal Hawai­ian is one of the First Ladies of Waikiki, mak­ing this pink palace the per­fect place to in­dulge in some Sun­day brunch­ing. The el­e­gant Surf Lanai, with its bright pink para­sols, is the set­ting for the most deca­dent of meals. Pas­tries and breads in­clude Hawai­ian King Bread, pain au choco­lat and bagels with cream cheese and smoked Scot­tish salmon. There are omelet, waf­fle and soup sta­tions and a sushi bar. For a taste of Hawai‘i, se­lect from the Is­land Fruit Dis­play fea­tur­ing Kula straw­ber­ries with Surf­ing Goat cheese, pa­paya and pineap­ple. The Hot Sta­tion serves up roasted suck­ling pig, dry-aged prime rib and whole steamed onaga. Fin­ish ev­ery­thing off with a bit of dessert: choco­late fon­due, any­one?

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