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March 22, 2017

Breakfast from Diamond Head Market & Grill

My husband and I had to run errands in Waikiki recently, so we decided to pick up some breakfast on the way.


After navigating through the very difficult parking lot, we made our way to the window to order.

DH Fried Rice

Roasted Pork Hash & Eggs
I ordered the DH Fried Rice.  The fried rice was very tasty, and it was full of green onions, char siu, and minced carrots.  Surprisingly, the fried rice is made with brown rice!  I had no idea fried rice made with brown rice could be so delicious!

My husband ordered the Roasted Pork Hash & Eggs.  When I saw "roasted pork hash," I initially thought it was the "pork hash" that we get at manapua shops, but it was more like a crispy hash patty.  The roasted pork hash and a sunny side up egg sat in a pool of brown gravy.  The meal also included rice, an orange slice, and a slice of corn bread.

There are tables and chairs outside of Diamond Head Market & Grill, but it was super hot, with lots of birds all around, so we decided to take our food to nearby Kapiolani Park to eat.

Diamond Head Market & Grill was a great spot to pick up breakfast!

Diamond Head Market & Grill
3158 Monsarrat Ave
Honolulu, HI 96815
(808) 732-0077

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