It’s All About OhanaA La Carte
February 24, 2019
Story By: Ellise Kakazu | Photos by: File photos
Spending time with family is one of the best things to do, and the perfect place to do so is New Eagle Cafe in Nimitz Center.
According to longtime server Maria Dona, New Eagle has been around for decades and is known to be a local, family-friendly restaurant. Catering to the island’s ohanas, New Eagle Cafe offers many specials throughout the week. On Mondays, keiki eat free with adult entree purchases, and every day from 3 to 5 p.m. the restaurant offers early bird specials for those wanting to fill up for less. Customers can also expect to find happy hour deals on adult beverages offered seven days a week from 3 to 6 p.m.
No matter what time of day you and your crew swoop into New Eagle Cafe, everyone, even your wallet, will leave happy and full as the restaurant serves up meals that are both satisfying and affordable.
New Eagle Cafe dishes out an array of onolicious meals that appeal to any eater. Guests can find everything from chicken cutlet, prime rib and loco moco to saimin and omeletes at the eatery.
What’s more, New Eagle Cafe is open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
So it’s always a good time to enjoy a tasty meal with loved ones.
A classic breakfast item that has been on New Eagle Cafe’s menu for years is Eggs Benedict ($13.75). The beloved dish is built with a freshly grilled English muffin, smoked ham, two poached eggs and homemade hollandaise sauce. Along with the benedict, guests can munch on hash browns, toast or rice. This item is only available during the restaurant’s breakfast hours.
A non-traditional plate that diners adore is Spicy Pork ($17, available for lunch and dinner), a tantalizing mix of sliced pork and onions seasoned with a made-in-house sauce that consists of chili paste, chili powder, soy sauce and a hint of sugar. Longtime server Maria Dona notes there is a kick to this dish, but it is not overly spicy.