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Breakfast is Back

(Sponsored) The Return of the Royal Breakfast Buffet




The storied legacy of The Royal Hawaiian’s Surf Lanai (formerly Surf Room) continues with the heralded return of the Royal Breakfast Buffet. Renowned for its sweeping views of Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head, it’s the perfect beachfront location to enjoy a relaxing morning in a charming al fresco setting. Executive Chef Colin Hazama has a created a menu bursting with flavors, offering guests a delicious taste of true Hawaii. The buffet lineup includes a daily assortment of house made scones and muffins, an exotic salad of locally-grown fruit, Applewood bacon, grilled Portuguese sausage, a waffle bar, three potato hash brown and more. A modern and innovative twist to the buffet is “The Royal Treatment,” where guests can choose from one of six signature entrees. From the not-to-miss Royal Loco Moco and Pink Palace Pancakes to the Classic Eggs Benedict and Kalua Pork Style Hash, each dish is fresh to order from the kitchen. In addition to the buffet, Surf Lanai offers signature ala carte items.


For more information and pricing, visit royal-hawaiian.com

Make a reservation today by calling 921.4600.


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