Halekulani’s House Without A Key

The original plan was to have afternoon tea at Halekulani’s laid back veranda. It was a good plan, so good, that many others made similar plans. Not interested in waiting around, we instead decided to walk over to House Without A Key, Halekulani’s informal restaurant, for a light lunch.

First off, let’s talk about the view. Or, maybe I’ll just show you…

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House Without A Key is known for their century-old Kiawe tree, which provides shade for those wishing to sit outside.

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Now, let’s talk food.

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You get a basket of bread, similar to Orchids, minus the beautiful sea salt butter.

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A wonderful arrangement of ahi sashimi.

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This is Joy’s Special Sandwich. It features a meaty Alaskan King Crab meat salad, avocado, bacon, and a bountiful side of french fries.

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Penne for me, with a “Kulana Beef” bolognaise sauce.

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Of course, whenever you dine at Halekulani, you must end with a slice of their signature coconut cake. It would be a sin not to. You won’t find a better coconut cake on the island. Lusting? Also see Orchid’s at Halekulani.

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House Without A Key
Halekulani
2199 Kalia Road
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Phone: (808) 923-2311

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