Hau Tree Lanai
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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 98%Local Culture
- 94%Family Travelers
Member Reviews (9)
- Hau Tree LanaiMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 4Mar 08, 2014
What a find!! Excellent food, tucked under two huge Hau trees and smack dab on the beach line with the sound of the waves on the sand. Try the kimchee fried rice and eggs for breakfast and for lunch you absolutely must try the furikake ahi burger - crazy good! Love this place. There was one day we even ate here for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
- Hau Tree LanaiMember ofFoodiesWellnessLuxury Travelers+ 3Sep 20, 2013
Go here for their morning benedicts. They're some of the best around. The spot is amazing, directly on Kaimana beach. Service is never good and no atmosphere other than the beach but that's all you need. Hopefully they will update their furniture soon!
- Hau Tree LanaiMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravelersFoodies+ 2Jul 31, 2013
Very nice restaurant, tucked under the branches of a big hau tree, right on the beach. We came for breakfast and it was great. The spinach salmon Benedict was phenomenal. The Belgian waffle was also good. Friendly service and good coffee. Located in the new Otani Hotel.Recommended for:Family Travelers
- Hau Tree LanaiOct 03, 2012
We just dined at this romantic and a little off the beaten path restaurant at the New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel. Reservations are recommended. The food was fresh, delicious, and prepared expertly. It sits right on the beach so try to make reservation during sunset hour. I heard that the breakfast is phenomenonal but have yet to try. I think the price is way too high but that's coming from someone who doesn't believe in spending a lot of money for outings.
- Hau Tree LanaiJul 04, 2012
If you stroll Waikiki to it's sleepier end (toward Diamond Head), you'll find the Hau Tree Lanai restaurant. Spilling out onto the sand from The New Otani hotel, this restaurant is one of the less congested and really pleasant hotel dining options along Waikiki. I recommend having brunch here -- the view is amazing -- but even at that hour you may need reservations.