Eggs ‘n Things Express – Kalakaua (Wakiki 2015)

Our first experience with Eggs ‘n Things Express was back in 2013 when we saw the droves of people lined up outside this restaurant.

It’s not difficult to understand why… great food located right across the street from Waikiki Beach? Pretty much a no-brainer. While we made sure to check out their flagship location on Saratoga during our 2015 visit, we also stopped by this express location for a revisit.

While you’re in the lineup, you can check out their menu and then place your order once you reach the top of the lineup. Then, it’s just a matter of waiting for a table to open up. First up were our drinks, which included plantation ice tea as well as POG (their version is pineapple, orange, and guava juices).


They have their operation rolling like a well-oiled machine. It wasn’t long before our meals arrived… the Crab Cake Benny had a nice runny yolk on top of the crab cakes (which had a nice crusty bite to the exterior) and then topped on Hawaiian muffins (basically an English muffin).


Since we had the Chocolate Chip Pancakes during our visit earlier, we opted for the Blueberry Pancakes with Whipped Cream. These go great with the guava or coconut syrup that they have at the table.


And, since this is Hawaii, you can’t get enough of loco moco… The Hawaiian Loco Moco included the traditional hamburger patty, diced Portuguese sausage, mushrooms, and onions smothered over rice and topped with 2 fried eggs.


Here’s the glorious mixture under the fried eggs… oh, it was sooo good!


If you’re going to line up for Eggs ‘n Things, make sure to bring a hungry stomach! Don’t forget to check out their flagship store on Saratoga.

2464 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, HI

Eggs 'n Things Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Posted on October 28, 2015, in Breakfast, Brunch, Hawaiian, Restaurant Review and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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