Herringbone Waikiki is as imaginative with its menu as it is Instagram friendly. You’ll want to take a photo of everything you see and taste at this International Market Place dining establishment. The Herringbone experience is one for all of the senses to enjoy. They’ve recently started to serve weekend brunch, and I think they’ve nailed it. And by the way…the weekend (at Herringbone) begins on Aloha Fridays…so plan accordingly.
One of everything, please!
Mimosa fan? You can enjoy Bottomless Mimosas while you brunch away. You get to choose between guava, mango, lilikoi, peach, and orange. Last call is 3pm, so get there early for maximum value (just be sure to drive responsibly).
We always start with fresh oysters at Herringbone. Ask for a variety of East and West oysters and then sit back in wonderment as the waiter describes the origin of each oyster. Be sure to try all three of the sauces: kimchee mignonette, apple cider, and a classic spicy cocktail sauce.
One of my favorite dishes on the menu is the Buffalo Octopus with black-eyed peas and a ranch dipping sauce. I could eat this every day.
This isn’t any ordinary Eggs Benedict. At Herringbone, the Eggs Benedict are topped with king crab, uni (sea urchin) and caviar. Yes, caviar.
Hearty palates can opt for the Biscuits & Pono Pork Gravy…a spin on the classic local dish, the loco moco.
The La Jolla Fish Tacos for those who want to enjoy locally caught fish.
Some breakfast burritos for you and some breakfast burritos for me. Seriously, the California Burrito is large enough to be shared.
Some Avocado Toast topped with crispy parmesan for the healthy hipster at heart.
And my absolute favorite breakfast/brunch item at Herringbone: The Ray Ray Pancakes. The perfect texture of the pancakes coupled with the lilikoi butter syrup … I don’t think you’ll be able to find better pancakes in Waikiki. So unbelievably good.
Happy Birthday to my sister, thank you for choosing Herringbone…it was delicious!
2330 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815