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Takeout Tip of the Day: Café Kaila

(Sponsored) Now you can order award-winning breakfast, minus the seating time.


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Café Kaila eggs Benedict

Photos: Courtesy of Café Kaila

 

In times like these, positivity goes a long way. Here’s one silver lining: Now we have an opportunity to enjoy some of the island’s most popular restaurants without having to wait an hour in line for an open table. Case in point: Café Kaila. Famous among locals and especially visitors, the award-winning restaurant is so popular that, during those sweet pre-COVID-19 days of past, it wasn’t unusual to see a horde of hungry, patient patrons waiting up to an hour just for a chance to sit and experience a bite of owner/chef Chrissie Kaila Castillo’s fluffy pancakes or hearty meatloaf loco moco. (Trust me, it was worth it.)

 

Café Kaila plain waffle

Order any two Café Kaila entrées for takeout and get a free plain waffle.

 

You can still experience Café Kaila’s award-winning sweet and savory dishes, now without the long lines or wait times. Just place a phone or walk-in order, pickup and enjoy a perfect Island breakfast in the comfort of your home. But it gets even better, especially for those who, like me, are often faced with the breakfast dilemma of having to choose between pancakes and waffles: Right now, purchase any two Café Kaila entrées and you’ll receive a free plain waffle. That’s a win-win in my book.

 

TAKEOUT: Place a walk-in order, or call 808-732-3330. Pickup at Café Kaila, 2919 Kapi‘olani Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96826

 

For more information and updates, follow Café Kaila on Instagram.

 

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