Breakfast is an important affair in Hawaii. And if you’re looking for a hearty breakfast to start a busy day, opt for a delicious omelet from one of Hawaii’s many renowned eateries. Find omelets made with pork belly, fluffy soufflé omelets prepared with fresh veggies, and classic French-fashioned omelets at these 10 delicious spots in Paradise.
Egg Head is pleased to serve a fusion of typical Taiwanese and American breakfast. Opt for anything from pork bao to French toast, acai bowl to omelet. The omelet menu has a handful of different offerings including pork belly, crab, or chorizo, and all omelets come with one side. The menu at Egg Head is packed with flavorful, filling options that will have you ready to take on the day.
Moena Café offers hungry visitors a massive breakfast and lunch menu with omelets taking center stage. On the menu, you’ll find flavorful options such as the sausage omelet packed with Portuguese sausage, cheese, and avocado and the Hawaiian omelet with kalua pig, onions, cheese, and green onions. And, remember to order a coffee with your omelet as you’ll get to enjoy one free refill.
Koko Head Café is owned and run by Chef Lee Anne Wong. Her background and experience shine through into the fun brunch menu that features fusion breakfast items with options such as baked goods, Asian breakfast staples, pancakes, and of course numerous egg dishes. Playing on flavor favorites from East and West, you can order the flavorful miso smoked pork and onion omelet or play it ultra-safe with a classic French-style omelet. The poke omelet is another option to taste Hawaiian flavors with a twist.
Sweet E’s Café serves breakfast and lunch all day, and is very popular among both locals and tourists alike. On the menu, you’ll find a variety of omelets, pancakes, stuffed French toast, eggs Benedict, and more. The omelets are served with either potatoes, rice, hash browns, or fried rice and omelet fillings include chicken pesto, spinach feta, and kalua pig. They also offer the option to make your own omelet.
Morning Glass Coffee and Café is a trendy local spot that incorporates seasonal, local, and sustainable products into their menu. Most of the items are made from scratch and ingredients are sourced directly from local farmers. These great ingredients are made into breakfast daily and brunch on weekends. If you are looking for a flavorful, creative omelet, Morning Glass Coffee definitely will fill this desire, but be sure to come for Saturday brunch, as omelets are not on the menu during weekdays. Opt for the fried rice omelet or the omelet en casuela filled with your choice of ingredients.
The specialty at Kaimana Farm Café and Deli is their soufflé omelet, which is made with local eggs cooked with spinach, onions, mushrooms, and tomato cream risotto. This unique soufflé omelet is not something often found on typical breakfast menus. Another unique omelet option offered on the menu is the omelet sandwich, which is made with eggs, tomato, onion, bell peppers, and mozzarella.
This surfer-friendly eatery focuses on local, in-season ingredients, giving diners a true taste of Hawaii. The omelets at Goofy are created using locally-sourced farm eggs. Also on the menu, you’ll find eggs Benedict, loco moco, French toast, and acai bowls.
Liliha Bakery has been serving some of the best doughnuts on Hawaii since 1950. In addition to their great doughnuts, they also serve a full breakfast and lunch if you find yourself craving something a bit more substantial. On the menu, you’ll find four different omelet options including a mushroom and cheese omelet, a Denver omelet, and a vegetable omelet. Liliha Bakery conveniently offers two storefronts in Honolulu.
Enjoy a view of 20 miles of Hawaii’s coastline from the outdoor seating at the Coffee Shack while lingering over your freshly brewed coffee and breakfast. In addition to numerous other dishes, you’ll find a three-egg omelet—stuffed with either meat or veggies—on the menu served with toast and your choice of potatoes or rice. On-site, you can also see the coffee trees used to create their own house roasted coffees.
Café Kaila uses locally sourced eggs to create their five different omelet options. In the meat and cheese omelet, three large eggs are cooked with your choice of two meats and one cheese. If you’d like to get your veggies in at breakfast, another omelet option is the veggie omelet packed with your favorite veggies and cheese. The menu also features pancakes, French toast, and scrambled eggs.