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September 26, 2017

Visit Big Island: Hawaii Calls Restaurant & Lounge

Located on the grounds of the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa is the newly refreshed Hawaii Calls Restaurant & Lounge, where our family dined for both breakfast and dinner.

During breakfast, a buffet is offered, but we decided to order from the menu.

Keiki Waffles

Keiki Stack Pancakes
Broken Yolk Sandwich

Katsu Loco
I didn't hesitate to order the Katsu Loco - two eggs topped a breaded chicken cutlet, all atop rice, and everything was smothered with Maui onion gravy.  I thought the chicken was a bit underseasoned, but overall it was a tasty and satisfying dish.  Three other people in my family had to help me finish it!

The Broken Yolk Sandwich consists of two eggs, bacon, and cheddar between sourdough.  

Keiki meals come with a drink, and I thought the meals were reasonably-priced, especially considering the location.

On Fridays and Saturdays, a Prime Rib and Crab buffet is offered, but again we decided to order from the menu.
Mahi Mahi

Won Ton Furikake Ahi

Potatoes

Keiki Pasta

Keiki Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich

Kea`au Caramelized Banana Split


Keiki Brownie

The mahi was macadamia nut crusted and served with an amazing lilikoi buerre blanc sauce.  You can order it with either rice or potatoes.

The Keiki lunch and dinner menu includes a drink and a brownie!

For dessert, we indulged in the Kea`au Caramelized Banana Split.  Homemade vanilla ice cream, pineapple compote, caramelized banana, and Waimea strawberries were drizzled in fudge, and accompanied by a Belgian waffle.  The sundae was fantastic on its own, but consuming spoonfuls of the ice cream, fruit, and waffle together - it was even more amazing.

Service was great throughout both breakfast and dinner.

Kama`aina - don't forget to show your ID for a discount!

Hawaii Calls Restaurant & Lounge
Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
69-275 Waikoloa Beach Dr
Waikoloa Village, HI 96738
(808) 886-6789

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