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Kit’s New Breakfast Meals

Digest Lite Bites

January 16, 2011

Story By: Dining Out Team |

Early risers are starting their days off the right way by dining in at Kit n Kitchen, the University Avenue restaurant known for its delicious Eurasian cuisine.

Since December, owners Kit and May Yiu have been serving up a New England-style breakfast to satisfied patrons. The hearty meals are being offered from 8 to 11 a.m. every Wednesday through Monday.

  • Kit Yiu is now offering delicious meals for breakfast at his University Avenue restaurant.
  • The always creamy Frittata ($9.95) comes with a choice of bacon, chicken, Portuguese sausage or ham.
  • The Egg-in-a-hole dish ($8.95) is a hit among Kit's customers.
  • The 99-cent menu and other Kit specials are written on a blackboard and always visible to patrons.
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“So far the breakfast menu has been well received, and surprisingly it’s doing better than we expected,” says May, a Toronto native who considers herself a big fan of the New England-style breakfast.

Although there is a wide selection of breakfast options to choose from, the Huevos Rancheros, Frittata, Strawberries Crepes and Egg-in-the hole have proven to be top sellers among the bunch.

The Huevos Rancheros ($9.50) meal features lightly grilled tortillas topped with two fried eggs and your choice of grilled chicken or Portuguese sausage with baked beans, olives and roasted potatoes adorned with guacamole, sour cream and chunky tomato sauce.

Served in a cast-iron pan, Kit says, the Frittata ($9.95) is a beautiful and creamy dish, baked with garden-fresh zucchini, green peppers, onion, cheese and your choice of bacon, chicken, Portuguese sausage or ham in a bed of eggs and tomato sauce.

And for $8.95, diners can feast on Kit n Kitchen’s famous Egg-in-the-hole, an egg cooked to perfection in a hole of toast, served with chunky tomato sauce and choice of meat, along with roasted potatoes or rice. (For an additional $1.95, you can ask for pineapple chicken fried rice.)

Finally, the Strawberries Crepes ($6.95) dish features a sweeter flavor in which the French-style pancakes are topped with fresh strawberries, lightly sweetened strawberry jam, whipped cream and cream cheese.

“The crepes are refreshing and our omelettes are quite popular, and so is the breakfast pizza and grilled panini sandwiches,” May adds.

“Our breakfasts are made to order from scratch and we serve Asantae Java coffee, which is a delicious antioxidant coffee.”

Kit n Kitchen

  • Where
    • 1010 University Avenue
    • Honolulu, HI 96826
  • Call
    • (808) 942-7622