Great place to go for some reasonably priced pancakes near Ko Olina. The smallest size is already a lot of pancakes. We had macadamia nut pancake which was pretty good.
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There is always a line and the place is small but the food is good. I have yet to have a breakfast that was not good.
Breakfast and lunch with the locals! The food is yummy and prices are favorable. They have amazing coconut syrup. My husband loves all the many choices of meat. I like the pancakes and crepes. They also have lunches. the potatoes are great also. Loco moco...More
This pancake house is located inside a shopping plaza. We went there on our first day in Honolulu for breakfast. We ordered the macadamia nut pancake and had it with their coconut syrup; it was SO good. We also ordered the mahi mahi benedict to...More
Went here on a friend's recommendation - not that impressed food just ok, inexpensive - and crowded - the budget conscious target market. Plastic cutlery and paper plates. Not a great place, but if you just want in-n-out basic food, this is the place.
We ate breakfast at KOA the first morning of our vacation. Our family of six each found something they wanted on the menu. The loco moco was delicious and the pancakes were huge. My two daughters each ordered a short stack. The short stack is...More
Great place to have breakfast. I had the meat lovers omelette and my husband got the steak and eggs. We shared a short stack on pancakes. Everything came out hot and fresh. The dining space was small, but clean. Overall good price for a hearty...More
This is a great little place to have breakfast while on Oahu. Very good home-cooked food, with lots of traditional dishes, as well as the standards (which satisfied the kids fussy tastes, lol!)
My wife and I were staying at Alauni and wanted a local style breakfast and we found it. The Macadamia pancakes were loaded with nuts and fluffy light. I had the LocoMoco with fried rice and couldn't finish it. Forget high priced beach-side meals, come...More
A stop here is worth it just for the macadamia nut pancakes. A-Ma-Zing! You don't even need syrup, just some butter and a fork. A short stack (3 pancakes) can be added on to any omelet or meat and eggs plate, and it us worth...More