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Breakfast, Happy Hour and Dinner- Where to Eat in Waikiki

When it comes to food I love pretty much everything, and the selections in Waikiki rarely disappoint.  I recently had a chance to try a few new places popping up in the 96815, from breakfast treats, to a stellar happy hour menu and a mango infused dinner cuisine.

This summer, treat yourself.

Where to eat in Waikiki.

Breakfast/Quick Bite – Marion Crepes:

This place has 40 different sweet and savory flavors.  They are made to order and have a variety of fillings you can choose from.  I tried the Strawberry & Banana Chocolate Sundae.  In my opinion, it can be breakfast or dessert.  Either way, it will satisfy your sweet tooth.  Other selections include Chicken Breast & Cheese with a homemade basil sauce or The Waikiki special with Acai Sorbet and fruit.

Waikiki Yokocho in Waikiki Shopping Plaza, 2250 Kalakaua Ave. Honolulu, HI 96815

Happy Hour/Dim Sum – Yauatcha Waikiki:

Located inside the International Market Place, this modern teahouse offers a combination of contemporary Cantonese dim sum and European patisserie. Their new Flow & Prosper menu features six craft cocktails and eight dim sum.  Prices range from $8 for drinks to $6 for dim sum available Monday through Friday from 3 pm to 6 pm at the bar.

The Ginger Smash has Virginia Black Whiskey, ginger, cardamom, vanilla, lemongrass, lemon, and ginger beer.  Let’s just say I’ll see you a the bar!

2330 Kalakaua Avenue, Suite 326, Honolulu, HI 96815.  808-739-9318

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Who could use one of these in their life right now?

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Flowing and Prospering

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Dinner Date: Taormina Sicilian Cuisine

Mangoes are juicy, healthy and delicious, and they are the main star of Chef Hiro’s new seasonal dishes.  I enjoyed the Tropical Flair, a mango risotto with mascarpone cheese, seared scallops, black pepper, shrimp, kale and a hint of blue cheese. So good, I went back for seconds and thirds.  The Mango Tango salad has avocado, shrimp, sun-dried tomatoes, cucumbers, and prosciutto.  I’m a sucker for dessert… don’t miss the House-made Mango mousse cheesecake with coconut syrup.

227 Lewers St, Honolulu, HI 96815. 808.926.5050

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What’s your favorite place to eat and drink in Waikiki?  Do you have any recommendations?  I’m always up for trying something new.

With Aloha,

-Alex

 

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