November 6, 2014 | By Waikiki Magazine Team

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.

Prince Court
Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki
100 Holomoana St.
[D:2 Waikiki Map]
(808) 944-4494