I went here for Easter Brunch based on the gluten free pancakes on the menu. Because it was a huge Easter buffet style they didn’t have any. I asked the server if I could get some. The Chef made them from scratch and they were the best pancakes I’ve ever eaten hands down. Having worked in the F&B industry for over 30 years, I knew what a n inconvenience this would be. So much going on that the Chef needs to pay attention to. Kudos to the Chef for taking the time to satisfy a customer that needed GF. Kudos to the server for being so understanding.
Great Gf options, even separate toaster. Omelette lovely and all round good experience. Had to pay for full breakfast, not enough choices in continental (for me) as don’t eat oats or congee etc. Plenty fruit, toast, waffles and muffin. GF items marked.
Called to verify if they could cater to a dairy allergy. The lady said maybe they could use water in the pancake batter instead of milk. Then the lady who answered the phone laughed and said everything had milk but she could do gluten free. I told her that didn’t help because my daughter and I had celiac disease and an allergy to milk/casein. My daughter has EOE also. I wouldn’t visit here after the phone call alone even if they could cater do dairy free.
Breakfast was amazing! Manager came to my table, showed me “ GF bread product” section w/ it’s own toaster. Brought me GF pancakes, bacon & sausage from the back. Gave me a GF muffin to take home. Knowledgeable about CC & GF diet. Only downside, $100.00 for 2 of us to eat breakfast w/tip. Yikes! 😳
They only offer a buffet, however they are happy to make you GF pancakes in the kitchen. They had a good selection for food, omlet station, fresh fruit, and a dedicated gluten free bread area including: English muffins, bread, and waffles that are in a protective area. they also have a dedicated toaster. Overall a good experience, but it was expensive at $35 per adult. I left feeling satisfied and didn't get sick after so that is a win!
This place is part of the Hilton Hawaiian Village. It's on the ground floor of the Rainbow Tower. It is a buffet breakfast establishment with a separate gluten free station (food in Perspex cabinet) plus separate toaster. Upon arrival let them know you are coeliac and they will send the restaurant manager over to you to talk you through their options and show you the buffet and GF section. In the cabinet was toast, bagels, waffles, English muffins, sweet muffins). There is also fruit available and an omelet station where you can order fresh eggs. My celiac child ordered gf pancakes each morning and it was delivered to his table within 10 mins of ordering the whole week! Bacon, eggs, omelets, yoghurt, rice, cereals, cheese, ham, condiments etc. Nothing was any trouble for the staff, and they encouraged us to order fresh from the kitchen if we were worried about CC. This place serves breakfast only from 5am-11am. Highly recommended.