Wolfgang’s SteakhouseDigest Step Up to the Plate
July 6, 2014
Story By: Alana Folen | Photos by: Lawrence Tabudlo
A CLOSER LOOK AT THIS WEEK’S HOUSE SPECIAL: WOLFGANG’S EGGS BENEDICT ($13.95)
Since 2009, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse has made its presence known in Waikiki, as internationally-known restaurateur Wolfgang Zwiener sets high standards for the establishment, in regards to cuisine, customer service and, of course, the overall dining experience. Kamaaina and visitors alike have created lasting memories over succulent steaks, specifically the superior cuts of prime USDA Black Angus meat that’s beautifully marbled.
But while it seems like steaks are the main draw here, Wolfgang’s also offers other incredible options that reign supreme.
A pristine and tender piece of meat, filet mignon is a cut above the rest. It’s sliced and rests nicely atop a toasted English muffin.
Two poached eggs are perched atop the English muffin, and creamy, homemade Hollandaise Sauce oozes into each crevice of the meat and muffin.
Sides of hash browns and fresh fruit turn this innovative dish into a brunch classic.
“We wanted to take this brunch classic and add the Wolfgang’s touch with USDA Prime Filet Mignon! It really takes it to the next level,” says chef Diego Pacuruco.
Wolfgang’s Eggs Benedict is heaven sent, as it presents a winning formula of textures and flavors. The combination of crusty (English muffin) and creamy (hollandaise sauce), rich (poached eggs) and hearty (filet mignon) satisfies all your cravings in one dish!
Be sure to include Wolfgang’s Steakhouse in your weekend plans. This dish only is available Saturdays and Sundays, when brunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., You just may be one of those who come to the restaurant especially for Eggs Benedict. “A lot of people still don’t know we have a full brunch menu available on the weekends,” Pacuruco says. So, now that you do, make a date with the family or that special someone, and revel in Wolfgang’s elite brunch selections, which also include French toast, omelets, and steak and eggs. Of course, a mimosa, bellini or breakfast martini also are musts. And if you’re into late-night wining and dining, the restaurant has extended its last call for dinner until midnight through Aug. 31.
Royal Hawaiian Center
2301 Kalakaua Ave.
Sunday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m.
Friday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-11:30 p.m.
(Extended dinner hours until midnight through Aug. 31)
Weekend Brunch: Saturday-Sunday, 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.