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December 25, 2018

Visit Big Island: Mai Grille by Chef Allen Hess


Our first stop on our most recent trip to the Big Island was Mai Grille by Chef Allen Hess for breakfast.

The eatery, named after Chef Allen's daughter, focuses on local ingredients in its dishes.

Big Farmer Burrito

Farm Fresh Omelette

Banana Brown Butter Pancakes

Loco Moco
I had the Big Farmer Burrito, which was stuffed with eggs, mushrooms, onions, bell peppers, cheese, avocado, and choice of meat.

The Farm Fresh Omelette included tomatoes, onion, mushrooms, bell peppers, and cheese.  It was served with half a papaya, rice, toast, and choice of meat. It sure was a lot of food!

Although the menu stated that three cakes are served in an order of Banana Brown Butter Pancakes, we were served two, and when asked, our server stated that they were made bigger, thus only two pancakes were on the plate.  Normally they are smaller.  

I thought overall the food was good and so was the service.  

Keiki menus are available for lunch only.

Mai Grille by Chef Allen Hess
69-622 Waikoloa Beach Dr
Waikoloa Village, HI 96738
(808) 886-7600

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