Prince Court at the Hawaii Prince Hotel in Waikiki is an exceptional restaurant overlooking the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor. Prince Court serves outstanding contemporary island cuisine in a spacious, airy island setting. Here is a restaurant review of Prince Court at the Hawaii Prince Hotel in Waikiki, Hawaii.
Prince Court is located on the third floor of the Hawaii Prince Hotel, at 100 Holomoana Street in Waikiki. They serve a daily breakfast buffet, and a brunch buffet on Sunday from ten a.m. to one p.m. On Monday through Saturday, breakfast is served from six a.m. to ten-thirty a.m. Breakfast includes fresh breakfast pastries, salads, fruits, yogurt and cereal, Japanese dishes such as nori, miso soup, and steamed rice, bacon, eggs, pancakes and other hot dishes, toast and juices. A full breakfast is $19.50 for adults, $9.75 for children. The continental breakfast is $13.50 for adults, $6.75 for children. The breakfast buffet at Prince Court is a great way to start your day in Waikiki.
Lunch is served from eleven-thirty to two p.m. on Monday through Saturday. Prince Court offers a high-end lunch, with entrees ranging from $10 to $20. Recommended entrees include the blackened ahi sandwich, the car-broiled rib eye steak, Prince style curries, the Prince club sandwich, and the Prince Court pastrami. Appetizers and soups and salads are also available at a premium. If you save room, I highly recommend the dessert buffet, which costs $8.50 if you ordered an entree, $10.50 if you did not.
If you want to dine at Prince Court for dinner, reservations are essential, and you should probably check out their weekly seafood dinner buffet. Sunday brunch, too, is always jam-packed. For reservations at Prince Court at the Hawaii Prince Hotel in Waikiki, you can call 808-944-4494, or you can book through their online concierge. Check out the Hawaii Prince Hotel’s web site at princeresortshawaii.com for more information about this and other restaurants at the resort.
Although prices at Prince Court are on the high side, you receive sensational food, a stellar view of the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor, and exceptional service. The restaurant’s glass walls permit you the most awesome of sunsets if you take an early dinner. They alone are worth the price of an entree. Just remember, for this or any restaurant in Waikiki, you should plan well in advance and make reservations, especially during Hawaii’s high season. Aloha, and enjoy your meal at Prince Court at the Hawaii Prince Hotel in Waikiki.