Hawaii Mom Blog: Yogur Story




January 14, 2013

Yogur Story

After visiting Yogur Story for the first time during the Dishcrawl Brunch, I was quite impressed with the menu and ambiance, and suggested to my girlfriends that we should have our holiday get-together there, so we recently celebrated the holidays there just a couple of weeks ago (yes, we usually celebrate at the start of the new year since it's so hard for us to all get together during the holidays).

Here are the items we ordered:

 Cranberry Chicken Salad Croissant (the person who ordered this LOVED it).
Dolce de Leche Waffles

Breakfast Croissant (the person who ordered this doesn't care for eggs, so when she requested "no egg," the server said she'd ask to put an extra bacon on the sandwich).
Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich (several people ordered this, and they seemed to enjoy this as well).
Cobb Omelette - This is what I ordered.  I really enjoyed it.  The Bleu Cheese added a nice tangy flavor to the omelette.
West Hollywood Waffle

Oreo Cheesecake - I split this with a friend.  It was VERY good!

While there, I had a chance to chat with Brent Paul, the Manager at Yogur Story.  We briefly talked about  such things as the transition from a yogurt shop to a full-service restaurant (a bar now stands where the yogurt machines once were), the popularity of their waffles (most popular is the Red Carpet), and the possibility of opening new locations (yes - it's a possibility!).

The decision to change to a full-service restaurant has proved to be a wise one, as you'll find guests often raving about the dishes, especially the waffles, on social media.

Also, as guests have noted on social media, the service can be a bit slow, just as it was during this visit.  The restaurant was pretty crowded, but there were moments when the wait seemed extra long.

However, our server was very friendly, and overall we had a very nice lunch at Yogur Story, and I can't wait to go back to try the Red Carpet Waffles!

Yogur Story: 815 Keeaumoku St, Honolulu, HI  96814; (808) 942-0505

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