Hawaii Mom Blog: Breakfast Crepes at Arancino di Mare




July 1, 2015

Breakfast Crepes at Arancino di Mare

Prosciutto, arugula, tomato

Crepes rank high on my list so when Arancino di Mare started posting photos of their crepe breakfast beauties on IG, my attention was caught.  Arancino di Mare is located in the Waikiki Marriott and is a nice size restaurant with both indoor and outdoor seating.  

Breakfast is served daily from 7-11am and the menu is limited to crepes and a few other small items.  For $5.95, diners can opt for a beverage bar: unlimited juice, coffee, and tea.  They also offer a beverage bar for children for $2.95.  

Self service beverage bar.

We started off with a couple of orders of their acai with fresh bananas, blueberries, and strawberries.  It was a perfect size to start off breakfast.  Their crepe selection is mostly savory, but they do offer two dessert crepes, both served with fruit.  I was a little surprised they didn't offer one with nutella or something a little more kid friendly.

Acai with fresh fruit.

I had the crepe with proscuitto, arugula, and tomato.  What's interesting is that the crepe is filled with egg salad.  You can opt to skip this, but it actually pairs nicely with the toppings.  We finished everything.  The crepes made a great breakfast choice and didn't leave us feeling heavy.

Spinach and portabello mushrooms, and pancetta.

Service was great and self parking for 3 hours is free in the hotel with validation.

Arancino di Mare
2552 Kalakaua Avenue

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