Eggs ‘n Things Waikiki Beach Eggspress (Hawaii 2018): Breakfast with a View

I think I’ve forgotten how many times we’ve dined at Eggs ‘n Things over the years. From the moment we first tried their pancakes topped with a mountain of whipped cream, we’ve been hooked. That being said, we like trying new restaurants so we haven’t been making a point to revisit on each trip to Hawaii (although we did visit an Eggs ‘n Things when we went to Japan last year).

The Eggs ‘n Things Waikiki Beach Eggspress was conveniently located next to our hotel so it was a sure bet that we were going to come here at some point. As it’s right across the street from the beach, this location gets super busy but they have their operation running like a well-oiled machine. It starts at the lineup (and be assured that there will be some kind of lineup… especially during the peak dining hours). Customers pour over the menu while waiting in line and then place their order at the top of the stairs. Afterwards, you head to the next counter to pay and wait for your table. When you’re finally seated, your meal arrives soon afterwards. Perhaps not ideal for those patrons who like to take their time humming and hawing over the menu at the table (but if you’re looking for less of a rush, head over to their flagship location on Saratoga)

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On this visit, we picked the Eggs Benedict Florentine with Home Fries as well as the Plantation Pork Chops with Scrambled Eggs and Blueberry Pancakes. Our meal, along with guava juice, came to just over $40 and we had a nice view of the large banyan tree on Kalakaua Ave and the surf crashing onto the beach.

2464 Kalakaua Ave
Honolulu, HI

www.eggsnthings.com

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

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Posted on June 19, 2018, in Breakfast, Hawaiian, Restaurant Review and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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