Wolfgang Puck Express – Hawaii 2013

At the far end of Waikiki is the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel and on the main floor is a Wolfgang Puck Express. 


IMG_20130530_100508We were looking for a nearby spot for breakfast and came across this menu sign.

As we were perusing the breakfast selection, some of the staff must have noticed and started to come out and greet us and invite us in.  Actually, it seemed like all of the staff came out to greet us.

I guess being located at the far end of Waikiki limits the amount of foot traffic because the restaurant was completely empty.

We decided that this was as good of a place as any and it seemed like the staff were excited to get customers.

The Classic Breakfast ($8.95) comes with 2 scrambled eggs, bacon or sausage (I picked bacon… of course), toast and garlic roasted potatoes.  They didn’t skimp on the bacon as there were 5 large rashers of crispy bacon.

The Sunrise Sandwich ($6.95) was much larger than we were expecting as it came served on a large, crunchy ciabatta-like bun.  Inside the sandwich was a healthy dose of scrambled eggs, bacon, cheddar, and tomatoes topped with a remoulade sauce.


Just because it’s stamped with Wolfgang Puck’s name, don’t expect fine dining here (food is served on disposable plates and drinks/utensils are all self-serve).  But the food quality was good and they had healthy sized portions.

2570 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii

Twitter: @WolfgangBuzz

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Posted on June 15, 2013, in Breakfast, North American, Restaurant Review and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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