On the lookout to satisfy that sweet tooth? Aloha Crepes Kaimuki provides a wide variety of sweets for any dessert lovers. Only a walking distance from campus, any Lancer craving an after-school treat can find what they want here.
The Aloha Crepes offers many different types of crepes, both sweet and savory, but the option to build your own crepe is what they claim sets them apart from other crepe eateries.
Savory breakfast foods are also available, such as the “crepancake stack,” which is made up of two thick crepes piled together with a layer of macadamia nuts, powdered sugar , nd maple syrup.
There is also the eggs benedict crepe, which comes with a choice of black forest ham, bacon or wild caught Alaskan salmon on top of a thick bed of baby spinach and two over easy eggs. It is then smothered with hollandaise sauce, garnished with paprika and parsley and served with a side of crispy rosemary potatoes.
For those craving something a bit more fruity, Aloha Crepes also serves acai bowls.
The restaurant creates a cozy atmosphere, with three long wooden tables and walls painted in warm hues of yellow, white and red.
Aloha Crepes Kaimuki is located at 3620 Waialae Avenue. It is opened Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m, Friday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.