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Breakfast delights brighten your day

A La Carte

May 19, 2019

Story By: Caroline Wright |

Kalbi Kimchee ($18.95). Photo courtesy Wahoo’s Fish Taco

If you’ve ever dined at Wahoo’s Fish Taco, you already know it’s a spectacular spot to make lunch or dinner out of the fabulous burritos, tacos, enchiladas, bowls and other goodies on their menu. But did you know that Wahoo’s offers a fine menu of breakfast treats? Now under new ownership, Wahoo’s is serving breakfast to a crowd that just can’t get enough of its delicious fare. Breakfast is available from 7 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and includes offerings like Crab Cake Benedict ($16.50), served with fried potatoes and local mixed greens dressed with house-made lilikoi vinaigrette.

Topped with bright purple ube sauce, the Ube Pancakes are available as a short stack ($8.95) of two enormous 10-inch flapjacks, or a regular stack of three for $11.95. Fresh seasonal fruit is also available. (Pancakes and French toast are served till 11:30 a.m.)

Beef Machaca Burrito with Chili Rojo ($11.95). Photo courtesy Wahoo’s Fish Taco

Wahoo’s Beef Machaca Burrito with Chili Rojo ($11.95), stuffed with eggs, cheese, tomato salsa, and steak, comes with delectable house chili sauce on the side. And the Kalbi Kimchee ($18.95), a Loco Moco with a Korean twist, arriving with your choice of white rice, brown rice, or house fried rice, topped with boneless kalbi, two eggs cooked any way you like, and plenty of kim chee.

If you visit Wahoo’s for lunch or dinner, check out the legendary Outer Reef Burrito. For just $10.95, guests can customize their burrito creations, picking their own vegetables, starch, and protein — everything from carnitas to tofu to kalbi to salmon.

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