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November 4, 2016

Sunday Brunch on the Beach at Fish House Ko Olina


When I saw on Instagram that Fish House at the Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina would be launching Brunch on the Beach each Sunday, I immediately made reservations.

Gorgeous view!
Not only do I love Fish House (it's one of my new favorite restaurants!), but I love all things brunch!

Complimentary sweets
The new 3-course brunch menu offers a variety of dishes to choose from for $46 per person.

For the first course, I opted for the 50 First Dates Lilikoi Pancakes, and my husband ordered the Lobster Chilaquiles.

50 First Dates Lilikoi Pancakes
The pancake was soooooo good!  The pancake was stuffed with a sweet pastry cream that complemented the tart lilikoi.  I'm not a fan of sweets for breakfast or brunch, but I would definitely order this again.  It would even be great as a dessert.

The Lobster Chilaquiles were really tasty.  Layers of tortillas, egg, Cojita cheese, guacamole, and salsa made for a hearty dish.

Lobster Chilaquiles
Next I had the Fish House Salad.  Ice berg lettuce was topped with crab, and accompanied with bacon, shrimp, and a poached egg, and drizzled with 808 dressing.  I enjoyed all of the contrasting textures, and the salad was very filling.
Fish House Salad
My husband had the Garden of Eaten Greens, which consisted of pickled kabocha, goat cheese, and hazelnuts.  It was a beautiful salad, and I liked the addition of the hazelnuts!
Garden of Eaten Greens
For the final course, I decided to get the Not Your College Ramen.  It was so good!  The broth was slightly sweet, and the noodles, shrimp, bacon, nori, green onions, and egg all combined for one very slurp-worthy meal.
Not Your College Ramen
My husband enjoyed the Lobster Po Boy - fried lobster topped with a cabbage slaw and chili water, and accompanied by fries.
Lobster Po Boy
A keiki menu is offered for $8/kids or $16/teens, and also includes DIY cookie decorating in the Cookie Bar.
Strawberry Banana Pancakes
Acai Bowl
For those who bring kids ages 5 to 12, Fish House offers supervised keiki activities!

My husband and I did not hesitate to sign the kids up, and in fact the kids were eager to participate in the activities!

After the kids ordered, they were at the KidsZone for an hour.  They returned to eat, and after eating they decorated cookies at the Cookie Bar.  While they were away, my husband and I enjoyed a leisurely (quiet!) brunch.

Cookie decorating tools

The service, food, and ambience were all amazing.

It was a fantastic brunch experience!

Fish House 
Sunday Brunch 10am to 4pm
Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina
92-1001 Olani St, Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 679-0079



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