An oasis of favored flavorsA La Carte
January 19, 2020
Story By: Caroline Wright | Photos by: Pagoda Floating Restaurant
Perched over ponds teeming with a rainbow of ﬁsh and surrounded by walkways, gardens and waterfalls, Pagoda Floating Restaurant offers a delectable assortment of dishes with ﬂavors from all over the world.
Bring your ohana to the Pagoda for the legendary Weeknight Dinner Buffet, Monday-Thursday ($21.95 adults; $19 seniors 60 and over; $8.95 children ages 5-10) and enjoy “building-your-own” meals at action stations that feature saimin, pho, charbroiled burgers, poke bowls, and more.
“Just ask the host what’s featured when you book your reservations,” says restaurant manager Tracy Yadao. On Tuesdays, Filipino cuisine is offered exclusively, and Fridays feature Hawaiian cuisine.
Order a platter of Crab Legs for $15, and Roasted Prime Rib for just $10 per platter, during the weekday lunch and dinner buffets.
“We do this on weekdays so larger families can afford the buffet without spending too much,” says Yadao.
The Pagoda’s Weekday Lunch Buffet, offered Monday-Saturday, is also priced right: $19.95 for adults; $17 for seniors 60 and older, and $7.95 for children ages 5-10.
When you’re ready to splurge, the Pagoda’s Weekend Dinner Buffet, available Friday-Sunday, features a mouthwatering array including Roasted Prime Rib, Alaskan Snow Crab Legs, Sushi Station, Poke Bar and Dessert Bar, so save room for sweets! Priced at $45.95 for adults; $36 for seniors 60 and older, and $17.95 for children ages 5-10.
What’s more, the Sunday Brunch is always a special treat, too. For this meal, adults are $43.95; seniors 60 and older are $36; and keiki 5-10 years old are $15.95).
The Pagoda provides a breathtakingly romantic setting for a Valentine’s Day Dinner Buffet ($58.95 for adults; $40.95 seniors; and $20.95 children 5-10) on Friday, Feb. 14. Call the restaurant to make a reservation.