The food is excellent. The service is excellent. Large portions. Came for breakfast after the Hawaiian Lava Boat Tour.
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A very cool place to have breakfast after returning from boating to the lava flow at 5am Arrived about 8am and shared variations on eggs benedict and pancakes with coconut syrup. Beautiful artistic renditions of the Goddess Pele were everywhere and our server was delightful...More
As a local usually this is a great spot for breakfast. However, their quality is starting to slip. They have started cutting corners, and it is showing. I went in for breakfast this morning and I noticed the coffee was on the weak side. Usually...More
We simply adored this small breakfast cafe so much we ate there three times. I loved the loco moco with spam but the omelet with a puna avocado was the champion hands down. Great food and we even bought the homemade hot sauce to bring...More
This place was recommended by the people we rented from in Pahoa. It is Mother's day so we got ours to go. The service we received was quick and super friendly. Really have to take the bad service reviews with a grain of salt. I...More
The whole family had breakfast here. Outside the local Bob Dylan played a hippie repertoire on his guitar, while a friendly, young Betty Boop like waitress served us a tremendous breakfast. Lots of exotic fruits and funny decorated plates. Smoothies were awesome.
The restaurant presents a hippie atmosphere, it is hard to pin point the decoration theme from all different abstract paintings on the wall, the open windows make the interior appeared to be more specious than it actually is. We were here early morning for breakfast,...More
Good place for breakfast. Nice basket of biscuits and buns, food cooked well, friendly service, fresh fruits, interesting art work,funky Pahoa atmosphere. What's not to like?
So many good options here. This restaurant loves to feature local and organic produce and has plenty of choices for vegans and vegetarians.