My wife and I stayed at the Hilton Hawaiian Village who's $$$$ restaurants were going to destroy our vacation budget in a day. Our discovery of this family gem of a restaurant was a paradise of all you can eat macadamia nut pancake with coconut syrup. Corn beef hash, French toast and fluffy omelets. The prices $ like the menus and decor harken an era long gone. A must to any one staying on the island, come back in the evening to a real Tiki bar for the best happy hour with the locals.
this cafe is amazing! the food is some of the best food I've had on Oahu. the service is just as amazing. I was getting my car fixed across the street and wondered on in. its a complete hole in the wall. their furikake is to die for. the portions are huge and you will leave satisfied
a barista named Jamie iwata helped me by showing her beautiful assets in getting what I want, it was very quick, every time I come in and out she's always there to give me what I want and I always get what I want.