Go Early! Popular due to the Rainforest surrounding….great energy and Historic! See Robert Louis Stevensen, a famous travel writer who spent some time in the “Grass Hut” which still stands today! The Bakery has freshly and daily baked pastries which we opt to try the “Mochi Waffle” that was handcrafted…..We loved it! Has that outer crunch with the light mochi inner texture. Basic Breakfast was clean and cooked to your liking…you can add fried rice to make it really “Hawaiian Breakfast”.

I had the “Egg&Cheese Croissant” where the croissant was flakey and you know it’s baked fresh….that was the star…egg and cheese was just a bonus! The “WOW” factor is the atmosphere….the building is renaissance Hawaii, surrounded by thick Tropical foliage. You can feel the biophilic energy!

Go and see the various tropical plants and popular coffee plants, banana plants and tropical ginger varieties. Waioli Chapel as you will find is adjacent to the Waioli Tea House (eatery). The chapel was famous in the 80’s and 90’s with bridal couples from Japan making their vows.