First morning on the big Island and wanted an easy good breakfast. Lots of options. If your idea of a breakfast is eat as much as you can and pay a lot then this is for you. I should have gone to the grocery store!
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We ate their once and felt that based on quality and selection it wasn’t worth it. Just stayed at Mauna Lani and their buffet was much better and less expensive. Hint go to island gourmet and get breakfast for family of 4 for $30.00.
I base a lot of my vacation around what I want to eat. If I return here for pleasure (I traveled for work), I would come here again. Even if I didn't stay at the hotel. The macadamia nut bread pudding is heaven. I got...More
The "restaurant" is extremely expensive if you want hot eggs or waffles, etc. The dining area is huge and so loud. There were children running all over the place, nearly smashing into us on several occasions. This was a little scary as we were carrying...More
The food at the breakfast buffet is excellent. Fun to watch the chef create an omelette in record time. They taste great. If an omelette isn't your fancy there are scrambled eggs, sausage, potatoes, along with breads, fresh fruit, yogurt, etc. Even though there is...More
I came here for a breakfast treat. But, sadly, I think they, like many places, have no idea that they don't treat single women as we might like. I call it Single Woman Ignoring Syndrome (and I am speaking only for myself, unless you want...More
Was talked into the full breakfast buffet...too much food, too much money, not sure if I would do this again. Was on the grounds, and really had not choice since my spouse is a picky eater I HAD TO GO THERE!
Breakfast here was ho-hum.....nothing really special......of course, buffet style does not sit with me as it is usually cold.....I like hot breakfast. Would have been nice if they had a chef to make-to-order eggs like they do in Las Vegas. Beverly-San Francisco
There is virtually everything available at this combined HUGE buffet and off the menu breakfast spot in the Waikoloa Hilton. If gluttony is your thing they've got you covered: pancakes, waffles, french toast, Hawaii toast, dozens of omelettes, five different juices, steaks, burgers, sandwiches, three...More