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Quite an ‘egg’cellent breakfast

A La Carte

January 2, 2022

Story By: Tasha Mero | Photos by: LAWRENCE TABUDLO

Ohana Breakfast ($35 per person; $17 for children ages 6-12; age 5 and younger is complimentary)

Start the morning off right with the most important meal of the day at In-Yo Café, located within Trump International Hotel Waikiki.

The restaurant’s popular Ohana Breakfast ($35 per person; $17 for children ages 6-12) is perfect for family-style dining. It includes choice of an entrée, such as eggs Benedict or buttermilk pancakes, protein, like sausage or applewood-smoked bacon, fresh fruits, pastries and more, along with juice, coffee or tea.

Buttermilk Pancakes ($19)

“You can just sit back and relax. No need to get up and walk around a large buffet,” notes executive chef Joseph Rose. “We bring everything to you.”

Avocado Toast ($20)

The eatery also boasts other a la carte dishes including House Made Corned Beef Hash ($24), Açaí Bowl ($15), Stuffed French Toast ($21) and more. Rose shares that customer favorites include the Breakfast BLT ($21), which consists of toasted rye bread, spiced maple slab bacon, heirloom tomatoes, baby arugula and fried egg, and the Avocado Toast ($20), with pickled vegetables, romesco sauce, clover sprouts and poached eggs.

Egg White Frittata ($20)

Diners can top off the hearty meal with In-Yo’s refreshing drink selection. The café’s best sellers include the Honey Girl ($14), which features vodka and grapefruit juice, and the Koko Malia ($15), a refreshing twist on the classic bloody mary.

Sweetbread French Toast ($19)

Breakfast is served from 6:30 to 10:30 a.m. The property offers four-hour complimentary valet parking for non-hotel guests.

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