Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Lana'i: Breakfast at the Terrace, Four Seasons Resort Lana'i TheLodge at Koele




November 12, 2014

Visit Lana'i: Breakfast at the Terrace, Four Seasons Resort Lana'i TheLodge at Koele

Our package deal at the Four Seasons Resort Lana'i, The Lodge at Koele included breakfast for two at The Terrace and because children under the age of 4 eat free, it was the deal of the century for our family of four.

The Terrace, located on the lobby level, seats 76 and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  The restaurant has a beautiful view of the gardens and the tranquil reflecting pond. 

The selection on the kids' menu was extensive and with items like pancakes and waffles are sure to satisfy any child. 

My kids especially liked hot chocolate on the cold Lana'i mornings. 

They enjoyed their breakfast as well. 

Over the course of three mornings, I was able to try a variety of items.  The first morning, I had the whole egg omelet with coffee and their fresh juice of the day.  

The second morning I treated myself to the delicious lemon ricotta hot cakes. 

The last morning I stuffed myself with the Lodge Skillet: two eggs, potatoes and choice of two breakfast meats.  

Breakfast at the Terrace was generous and filling.  We especially appreciated how they catered to children by providing both kids with stickers and my son with plastic utensils and cups.  It gave us parents one less thing to stress about and we could really enjoy our meal. 

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