Duke’s Canoe Club in Waikiki provides the best of both, quality and quantity, with beach side seating, and a food selection to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. Their made-to-order omelets are the specialty, although their hula pie has become a famed brunch indulgence for vacation-going couples and honeymooners.
Duke’s Canoe Club, 2335 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu HI, USA, +1 808-923-0711
Cafe Kaila has today become one of the most popular coffee shops in Honolulu. Everyone seems to have a personal favorite at this restaurant, from their Belgian waffles piled high with fresh fruit and savory portuguese sausages, to its delicious cinnamon French toast. Cafe Kaila is worth finding in the Market City Shopping Center, and although it is small, it will certainly pack a delicious punch for breakfast!
Cafe Kaila, Market City Shopping Center, 2919 Kapiolani Blvd, Honolulu HI, USA, +1 808-732-3330
As one of Honolulu’s more recent morning additions, Candi’s Cafe has quickly become one of the island’s favorite places for breakfast. Their traditional Hawaiian breakfast plates are perhaps the most reasonably priced in the city, and maintain a quality that few other restaurants can match. Come into Candi’s Cafe and meet Candi herself, and enjoy a new restaurant that is surely to become a Hawaiian tradition.
Candi’s Café, 933 N King St, Honolulu HI, USA, +1 808-848-8748
Island Brew Coffeehouse is a great place to come for an environmentally conscious cup of coffee, a locally sourced meal, or just a wonderful view of the Hawaii Kai Marina. The simple breakfast menu provides all that is required for the morning, including a small, diverse selection of options and paleo diet-friendly baked goods. Their coffee is very good, with a large amount of it grown in the state of Hawaii itself.