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September 13, 2016

Pikake Terrace Dinner Buffet at Sheraton Princess Kaiulani

The Pikake Terrace at the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel offers a great breakfast buffet, as well as a fabulous dinner buffet.

Our family dined at the Pikake Terrace for dinner as part of the Te Moana Nui dinner & show package, however, the buffet is open to anyone, not just ticket holders of Te Moana Nui.

The buffet included a salad bar, a baked potato bar, sushi, prime rib, fruits, crab legs, desserts, and so much more!

Rosemary Salt Crusted Prime Rib

Ahi Poke
Shelled Shrimp

Toppings for the baked potato bar
Seared Korean Style Beef Bulgogi
Sushi

Flamed-Grilled Huli Huli Chicken Thighs
Steamed Crab Legs

Grilled Mahi
Kalua Pork
Market Vegetable Yakisoba
Coconut Mousse

Bread Pudding
Passion Fruit Cake
Build Your Own Sundae Bar - my favorite station!
So many more options!
I had so many favorites from the buffet - the yakisoba, mahi, chicken, and baked potato bar were just a few of the items I really enjoyed, but I really loved the build your own sundae bar! My kids loved the sundae bar too, and to see so many different desserts available for them to try got them so excited!

I thought the offerings were not only plentiful, but very really delicious!

There is live entertainment every evening at the lava rock stage from 6pm to 8:30pm, so guests can dine while listening to beautiful Hawaiian music.

The dinner buffet is $42 per adult and $21 for keiki 5-12 years old.  However, with every one paying adult, one keiki is free (for dinner and show package information, click here)!



Service was great throughout dinner, and everyone in our family was happily stuffed!


Pikake Terrace
Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel
120 Kaiulani Ave, 
Honolulu, HI 96815
(808) 922-5811
4 Hours Complimentary Parking with validation.

Mahalo to Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel for hosting our dinner & show tickets.

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