Address: 1860 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96815
Since we ate a late lunch, we walked across the street to the Wailana Coffee House for a somewhat late dinner after chilling at the lagoon.
I ordered the guava-filled french toast and it was yummy. It was also interesting that there was coconut syrup available. You don’t see that often.
Joyce ordered the Hawaiian Breakfast: corned beef hash, scrambled eggs, and roasted banana.
Melody ordered the blueberry pancakes and Emily ordered the banana pancakes. It’s not mentioned on the menu, but you can order a short stack of 2 pancakes instead of the 3 on the menu.
On the table are three different jams: Strawberry, Orange Marmalade, and Guava. When your food comes out three syrups are brought out: regular maple, boysenberry, and coconut.
Service was good as we got water refills frequently and were attended to often.
There’s an IHOP next door. However, you get a better deal (prices) at Wailana Coffee House, and IHOP doesn’t have coconut syrup or guava jam. Supposedly, the eggs benedict (we didn’t try) are really good at Wailana too. Wailana also has Macadamia Nut and Coconut pancakes.
Children’s Menu [y]
Changing Station [n/a]
Stroller Access [IHOP-like]