This was by far the most expensive and elaborate brunch my wife and I have attended. The choice included carved meats (including a whole pig), ice cream and a number of Asian foods. I would say that if anything there was far more lunch food than breakfast food. I would have preferred a more traditional breakfast brunch, but for the money, one should probable expect the more expensive luncheon menu. I guess I am from the old school who was looking for hash browns and link sausage as opposed to Chinese assortment of appetizers and Japanese soups.
One must make reservation weeks in advance for the Sunday Brunch to assure a good seat. this is one of the restaurants one should have on their "bucket list". This was for our 50th wedding anniversary and I make a whole bunch of brownie points with my bride for making the reservations in advance. The restaurant did not make a fuss over our anniversary, but expect that this occasion was not unusual for them - only for us.
We had a great table overlooking Diamond Head and was served by very friendly and attentive waiters. Do make reservation if you are in Honolulu. You will not be disappointed.