July 31, 2014

Cafe Kaila - Worth the Wait If You Get There Late

I've wanted to try Cafe Kaila for a while now since I love breakfast, and our family recent went down early so we wouldn't have to wait in a long line.

Frittata
Eggs, Bacon, Rice & Toast
Pancakes

Kiddie Meal - One Pancake with Bacon and a Drink

Cookies and Cream Waffle

We arrived at Cafe Kaila shortly before it opened, and were the second party in line, but by the time it opened at 7am, the line was quite long (a van full of tourists was dropped off).

Because there was a bit of a mad rush to get people seated right away, orders were not taken in the order of tables seated (e.g. although we were the second table seated, our orders were one of the last to be taken).

Fortunately we didn't have to wait too long for our orders to be taken, and getting free samples of their Belgian Malted Waffles while we waited for our food was a nice surprise.   

I had the Frittata, which was gigantic. It was full of potatoes, cheeses, and meats, and I couldn't even finish it.  A special that day was Cookies and Cream Waffle, which I just had to try.  It was sweet and delicious!

The kids enjoyed their breakfasts, and even though there was mix up with my husband's order, our server was very apologetic and remedied it right away.

Overall we had a great breakfast and our server was very friendly.

Breakfast is served all day, and if you don't want to wait too long, especially on the weekends, I'd recommend getting there early.  But if you do have to wait, I'm sure it'll be worth it.

Cafe Kaila
2919 Kapiolani Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96816
(808) 732-3330
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After blogging for 5 years, Gem finally decided to create On the Itinerary to share her passion for travel. She looks forward to each and every adventure.

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