We were staying right on Napili Beach and of course had to try the Gazebo for breakfast. We got in line about 7:15 AM. There were already about 30 people in line ahead of us. By the time they opened at 7:30 the line had more than doubled behind us. For those in line they provide free coffee and umbrellas in case it rains. We got in with the first wave when they opened the door. They are right on the shore so the view is nice. We got invaded by some bold birds who think they own the place. Anyway, service was fast and friendly. We got the eggs benedict with spinach. The serving was huge. We also got the macadamia nut pancakes and a side order of portugese sausage. The eggs benedict was excellent. The pancakes were nothing to write home about. They seemed like just ordinary large pancakes with a few macadamia nuts and whipped cream on top. After eating most of the pancakes with regular syrup I noticed the coconut syrup and that kicked it up a notch. The portugese sausage tasted fine, but for $3.95 I would have expected more than four little half-dollar size slices of sausage. For breakfast we thought it was a bit expensive, but them all food is expensive in Hawaii. We liked this little place and would go back again to try some different things on the menu.