An Atlantan Visits The Island: Honolulu Pit Stop 2 — Beach Brunch

Cinnamon’s: Kailua, Hawaii, USA

We came here for brunch after waking up at 430am to catch sunrise at the beach. It was a great pit stop, and we were starving! It was really easy to find although parking was slightly difficult (street parking). If you come early or late enough it isn’t that bit of an issue though. The things that we tried were:

Guava Chiffon Pancakes
PROS:
– fluffiest pancakes I’ve ever had
– great quantity, definitely more than filling for two people to share, three even if you really wanted to diversify your meal with other dishes
– guava jelly/syrup is one of my favorites: it’s a nice tropical flavor that’s not super tart (probably from all the sugar) but still retains the normal fruit flavor

CONS:
– none

Cinnamon's - guava chiffon pancakes

Kalua Pork Eggs Benedict: Kalua Pork is a native dish of Hawaii and I was really excited to see it combined with my favorite brunch dish (eggs benedict)
PROS:
– huge portions, definitely easy to share
– eggs were not overdone or under done

CONS:
– none

Cinnamon's - kalua pork eggs benedict

I really like this location as well. It was very clean, large spaces, well aerated and each table was well attended to. It has a very nice natural feel to it. If you’re looking for modern, it may not fit, but it’s quite up the alley of a nice brunch-on-the-beach feel.  In summary:

  • guava chiffon pancakes: ***.85 (3.85 stars)
  • kahlua pork eggs benedict: ***.85 (3.85 stars)

I’d definitely come back again.  They do have two locations I believe, but the one that I went to is located here:

315 Uluniu St
Kailua, HI 96734
 

Definitely worth trying for sure!

R/g

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