Hawaii Prince Hotel’s buffet is fit for royalty.
You’re in for the royal treatment at Prince Court. Affixed at the gateway to Waikiki, Prince Court’s glass walls liken a crystal castle with picturesque views of Ala Wai Yacht Harbor sunrise and sunset.
Famed for fine dining, Prince Court blends flavors of the East and West into an impressive, seven-days-a-week spread. A new dish prepped daily, along with Prince signatures—mahimahi with macadamia nut basil beurre blanc, bread pudding with vanilla anglaise and a plethora of delicate pastries and savories—Prince Court raises the buffet bar—breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Peruse a bountiful smorgasbord of appetizers, salads, fruit, cheeses, hot and cold mains, and rotating soba, sushi and shabu-shabu stations.
Dine “Prince Style” 5:30-9:30 p.m., and an award-winning seafood buffet teeming with sashimi, shrimp, clams, king crab legs, muscles and other under-the-sea edibles satisfy—so much so that Prince Court diners eat an impressive 100 pounds of fresh crab a day! And for epicurean vinos, a nightly wine bar pours choice cru.
Prince’s Sunday Brunch, served 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., is another celebratory occasion. Brunch fuses dainties, waffles, omelets and first-meal favorites—smoked salmon hash and kalua pig benedict, exemplary—with quintessential lunch and dinner offerings.
On the A la Carte list, find Prince Style Oxtail Soup, a guest favorite. Finish with Prince Court’s Shave Ice— a pretty mountain of pink, rose-flavored ice, vanilla ice cream and azuki beans garnished with candy bubbles, honeydew and other fruit—an ode to the hotel’s trademark colors (green and pink).
Don your resort attire for a meal fit for a king.
Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki
100 Holomoana St.
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