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New breakfast options await

A La Carte

August 15, 2021

Story By: Kyle Galdeira | Photos by: Pagoda Floating Restaurant

Island-Style Pancakes ($12 for three, $10 for two)

Diners are in for a treat as Pagoda Floating Restaurant has reopened for daily breakfast service, featuring an array of delicious locally sourced menu items.

Pagoda Floating Restaurant offers up a wide range of local-style comfort food, featuring Asian, American and Hawaiian influences prepared and served with health and safety protocols as the top priority. Guests are invited back to Pagoda, the expansive local icon known for its oasis-like ambiance and tranquil fishponds nestled within the bustling Keeaumoku dining hub.

Kalo & Kalua Pork Hash with Two Eggs ($16)

The revamped a la carte breakfast menu, which is available 7-11 a.m., includes Greek Yogurt & Fruit Bowl ($12) built with seasonal fruit, granola, hemp hearts, chia and pomegranate juice.

Smashed Avocado Toast & Arugula, Tomatoes and Queso Fresco ($12) is another healthy choice, to which guests may add eggs for an additional $3.

Smashed Avocado Toast & Arugula, Tomatoes and Queso Fresco ($12)

Island-Style Pancakes ($12 for three, $10 for two) are gaining popularity on the breakfast menu, as diners may choose from kalo or Okinawan sweet potato folded into the pancakes, which are served with syrup and butter. Kalo & Kalua Pork Hash with Two Eggs ($16) is a must-try savory breakfast selection.

Diners will be pleased to see locally sourced items throughout the menu, including pork sausage from Mountain View Farms in Waianae and loco moco hamburger patties made with grass-fed beef from Hawaii Meats.

Greek Yogurt & Fruit Bowl ($12)

“In developing this menu, we really focused on bringing in local products from vendors here, including local produce, honey, beef, pork, taro, sweet potato, and eggs, which are incorporated throughout the new breakfast menu,” says Pagoda general manager John Teruya. “Our commitment to being here for our customers is strong, and we’re focused on the concept of eating local, eating friendly and being happy.”

Guests are encouraged to call Pagoda and book their upcoming parties and special events in accordance with the latest physical distancing guidelines.

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