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Sunday Brunch at Halekulani

So you spend time watching what you eat, trying to exercise when you can, and getting shown the results through HealthPass. How do you celebrate? You pig out at Sunday brunch at Orchids in Halekulani!!

All hotel brunches are expensive, and this brunch is probably the costliest around, BUT the food is so good! The variety and freshness of all the dishes are all top notch (this is Halekulani after all). You can’t beat the service, not only at the restaurant, but from the entire hotel staff starting with the friendly and fast valets.

Back to the food. Check out the slideshow for more pics of gut busting decadence.

And oh yeah, any outing is an open invitation for any LOST members to attend. I was delighted that Sonya Walger decided to take up the offer and came to brunch. Sonya plays Penelope Widmore on LOST and appeared as Michelle Dixon on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.

Unfortunately, I didn’t want to bother Ms. Walger during a meal since that’s a celebrity no-no, so I don’t have a good pic. Instead LOST fanatics have to settle for this LOST-arazzi shot.

From Brunch at Halekulani

The photo album also has pictures from the new Waikiki Beachwalk area and the huge Kapahulu Safeway.

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6 Responses to Sunday Brunch at Halekulani

  1. Wayne's World May 5, 2008 at 3:38 pm #

    So how much did it cost? Lobster? Prime Rib? Hamachi? Toro? Ice cream?

  2. Wayne's World May 5, 2008 at 3:38 pm #

    So how much did it cost? Lobster? Prime Rib? Hamachi? Toro? Ice cream?

  3. Wayne's World May 6, 2008 at 1:38 am #

    So how much did it cost? Lobster? Prime Rib? Hamachi? Toro? Ice cream?

  4. Wayne's World May 6, 2008 at 1:38 am #

    So how much did it cost? Lobster? Prime Rib? Hamachi? Toro? Ice cream?

  5. Gee Why May 7, 2008 at 10:54 pm #

    Brunch is $50 per head. Don’t recall seeing Lobster. Had prime rib. Ice cream bar featured home made vanilla, chocolate, coffee, and a fruit sorbet.

    Not sure about the seafood selection.

    The quality of all the food is what separates the Halekulani brunch from the rest. Even when doing the traditional dishes, the flavors and quality of the foods are great.

    Since we don’t go here very often, you have to overlook the cost and just enjoy!

  6. Gee Why May 8, 2008 at 8:54 am #

    Brunch is $50 per head. Don’t recall seeing Lobster. Had prime rib. Ice cream bar featured home made vanilla, chocolate, coffee, and a fruit sorbet.Not sure about the seafood selection.The quality of all the food is what separates the Halekulani brunch from the rest. Even when doing the traditional dishes, the flavors and quality of the foods are great.Since we don’t go here very often, you have to overlook the cost and just enjoy!

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