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The 100 Sails Sunday brunch is my personal favorite and my go-to brunch for family events.
I think it’s a combination of some of my favorite breakfast foods that I grew up with along with some bougie options that make it special. The staff here is always friendly and your cup of choice will never be empty.
I always look forward to coming here and the well-reviewed Prince Waikiki.
What I Ate At The 100 Sails Sunday Brunch
I normally start a buffet review with the prime rib or seafood selection but the fried rice at 100 Sails Sunday brunch is the best of any Sunday brunch I have been to on Oahu. Think you know of a better one? Leave a comment below.
It’s loaded with “stuff” and just like my omelets, I love when they put lots of “stuff” in the dish. Get seconds on this or better yet a separate plate.
The crab legs are kept in a warmer at 100 Sails vs chilled on ice at La Hiki, Im not sure which one I prefer, both were excellent and seasoned lightly.
With strong Asian ties at the Prince Waikiki, you will find a solid selection of foods from that region. Tofu is one of them and with a light sauce, this is a great healthy option to choose from.
On the other end of the healthy spectrum is the Portuguese sausage, a childhood favorite that can be eaten any time of day, I encourage everyone to try it at least once. You can even order Portuguese sausage eggs and rice at Mcdonald’s.
I did grab a few cantaloupe cubes but other than that I didn’t try much from the fruit section. Sashimi, poke, and shrimp along the left were all excellent, fresh, and tasty.
Of course like always I hit up the omelette station with a gleam in my eye! The gentleman working the frying pans had style and swag, flipping omelets and swishing ingredients, loved it.
Buffets can be a “cattle call” like experience but a friendly staff member can make all the difference. One of the many reasons this is my favorite Sunday Brunch.
The Porchetta and Prime Rib were delicious! As you can see I got carried away and didn’t get a picture of the prime rib, fail. If you want to see the cut I got I did capture it in my Youtube video review, take a look.
The sushi rolls and Temaki Sushi station are some of the best I have had at any Oahu Sunday brunch. The young lady who worked the Temaki Sushi station was serious and fast.
Nothing like a fresh hand roll with the nori still crispy, delicious!
These are the toppings for the freshly made waffles, sugar heaven. I’m guessing that just like pancakes waffles really are the dessert of breakfast.
Note to grandparents, bring the grandkids here right before dropping them back off at home to check off some life goals.
I put away about 10 of these during my last visit, always chilled and the cocktail sauce has that nice horseradish kick to it.
I don’t normally order Somen salad but when it is offered in the buffet line I almost always get it. This one had loads of toppings and you already know how I feel about stuff in my food, perfect!
There were a lot of dessert options to choose from but the cream puffs IMHO are the best. No sense loading up on sugar when you have crab, prime rib, Temaki sushi, and fried rice. Nice and small, perfect for that sugar fix.
The front desk staff here is quick and friendly, exactly what you would want from a buffet, nothing less and nothing more. They get you to your table and the wait staff takes over.
The wait staff here are some of the fastest I have experienced at a Sunday brunch buffet. Quick drink refills and empty plates disappear in a blink of an eye.
Overlooking the Ala Wai harbor and sailboats puts the 100 Sails restaurant in an enviable spot along Waikiki. The casual, family-friendly atmosphere really helps in enjoying the whole brunch experience. My family loves it here.
Hotel self-parking and valet parking are both available with restaurant validation. Valet if you can because after the buffet it’s so much easier, trust me.
The 100 Sails Sunday brunch buffet is my personal favorite. I really enjoy the casual friendly atmosphere paired with excellent service. The items available are fresh and check off several of my local boy requirements.
I hope you get the chance to dine here and if you do, let me know what you thought.