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Honolulu’s Finest “Sunday Brunch” Restaurants

ALOHA Friend,

Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but when the weekend rolls around, it’s all about the best Sunday brunch. Whether it’s a special occasion or a casual Sunday with your family & friends, here are the two finest Sunday Brunch restaurants here in Honolulu that you must try:

Hoku’s at the Kahala Hotel & Resort

Hoku’s Sunday Brunch combines the stunning ocean views with an equally stunning menu of favorites from the land and sea. Made to order chef specialties and Hoku’s action stations include breakfast classics, sushi, poke, chilled lobster & shrimp, and freshly carved lamb and beef. The brunch experience culminates with an assortment of dessert choices and brunch cocktail refreshers.

LOCATION

5000 Kahala Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii, 96816

HOURS

Sunday Brunch 9:00am – 3:00pm

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WEBSITE: HokusKahala.com

(808) 739-8760

Orchids At The Halekulani

The award-winning Sunday Brunch is Honolulu’s most legendary brunch. Surrounded by ocean views, the wide selection of internationally inspired items, including a carving station, omelet station and dessert station will satisfy even the most discerning of dining patrons. Popular local selections such as sashimi, poke, and other seafood favorites are featured along with Halekulani’s signature coconut cake and a custom ice cream station.

LOCATION

2199 Kalia Road, Honolulu,
Hawaii 96815

HOURS

Sunday Brunch 9:00am – 2:30 pm

GET CONNECTED

WEBSITE: Halekulani.com

(808) 923-2311

I promise you will have a great Sunday Brunch experience at these restaurants because they are both fabulous. My personal favorite is Hoku’s not only because the food is unbelievable, but the staff is very gracious and welcoming. The hotel is 3 minutes from my home, and I go there at least once or twice a month. I always have a wonderful time. Hope to see you there!

Stay tuned for those blog coming your way, and Mahalo!

Sylvie

“It would be a privilege to assist you when buying and selling a home”

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