Cafe Kaila - Offering Award-winning Hawaiian Breakfast, Lunch, and More!

About Café Kaila

Welcome to Café Kaila!

I would like to share with you some of my favorite things to eat.
This menu was created because I have a passion for cooking and I especially love to eat breakfast. These dishes are a collection of my best recipes that I often make for family and friends.
I am proud of the fact that we serve fresh, wholesome food that is thoughtfully prepared and attractively presented. The secret ingredient in everything is love! I hope you enjoy your meal.
Thank you for visiting! : ) Love, Kaila

Beginnings

After its nondescript opening in 2007, Café Kaila quickly became one of the most talked about breakfast cafes in the area. Word spread quickly, and within months of opening, there were lines outside the door. Since then, Café Kaila has gone from strength to strength, and in 2012 opened its second store in Tokyo, Japan. We stay true to our original philosophy though, and never forget those who helped us to get where we are now.

Accolades

In 2011, Café Kaila won the inaugural gold medal in the Best Breakfast category of Honolulu Magazine's Hale 'Aina awards. The awards are the culmination of a ballot among readers of the magazine, who vote for their favorite restaurants in the state of Hawaii. Café Kaila was a finalist in 2012, and won the silver medal in 2013.

From 2014 to 2017, Cafe Kaila won the fourth consecutive gold medal in the Best Breakfast category of Honolulu Magazine's Hale 'Aina awards.

Philosophy

It always has been, and always will be the case that customers come first at Café Kaila. The quality of food (inside, outside, and of course taste), and all-round dining experience are fundamental to everyone at Café Kaila. Even at the busiest times, we do our best to make everyone's experience as pleasant as possible, be they a local or a tourist, waiting to come in or paying the check.

MenuBREAKFAST (served all day)

Eggs Benedicts

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PANCAKES AND WAFFLES

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FRENCH TOAST

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OMELETTES Proudly serving Local Eggs

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SCRAMBLES

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SPECIALTIES

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OTHERS

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KIDDIE MEALS (Children 10 and under only)(served with milk or juice)

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SIDES

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MenuLUNCH (begins at 11 am)

SPECIALTY PANINIS

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SALADS

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SOUPS

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SPECIALS

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PASTA

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MenuDrinks

BEVERAGES

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StoresHonolulu Hawaii

Shop Information
Address Market City Shopping Center,
2919 Kapiolani Blvd., Honolulu,
Oahu, HI 96826
Access [Take The Bus from Waikiki area]
Take the No.14 bus from Kapahulu Avenue or Paki Avenue, get off at Kaimuki High School.
Phone (808) 732-3330
Store
Hours
7AM-6PM on Mon-Fri
7AM-3PM on Sat-Sun
Regular
holidays
No set days off
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StoresOmotesando Japan

Shop Information
Address 5-10-1 Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku,
Tokyo GYRE B1
Access

•3 minutes walk from Meiji-jingumae Station ( Exit 4 ) on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line

•5 minutes walk from Omote-sando Station ( Exit A1) on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Hanzomon Line and Chiyoda Line

•7 minutes walk from Harajuku Station ( Omote-sando Exit ) on the JR Yamanote Line

Phone (Office)+81-50-5531-9452
Shop
Hours
9AM-8PM on weekdays
(last order 7:20 PM);
8AM-8PM Sat., Sun., & Holidays
(last order 7:20 PM)
Regular
holiday
No set days off
(follows building hours).
Cafe Kaila Japan

StoresMaihama Japan

Shop Information
Address 1-4 Maihama Urayasu-City, Chiba
The Trader's Passage, Ikspiari 2F
Access

•Exit the JR Maihama Station ticket gate and walk two minutes ahead to your left.

Phone (Shop)+81-50-5807-3402
Shop
Hours
9AM-10PM on weekdays
(last order 9:30 PM);
8AM-10PM Sat., Sun., & Holidays
(last order 9:30 PM)
Regular
holiday
Open every day.
Cafe Kaila Japan

Sightseeing Spots Near Cafe Kaila

There are a lot of famous sightseeing spots in and around the Cafe Kaila area in Honolulu. Listed on this page are just a few of those spots. Please note that access refers to accessing the locations from Cafe Kaila.

KCC Saturday Farmers' Market

A lot of local farmers, shops, and restaurants setup here and you can always find something different each time you visit. It's easy to get here by bus or trolley. The merchandise here also makes for great souvenirs and a lot of it can be obtained at very reasonable prices, some of which are cheaper than in Waikiki itself.

The event is normally held on Saturday morning, but recently is also being held on Tuesday evenings.

Information
Hours 7:30-11:00 (Sat) 16:00-19:00 (Tue)
Address 4303 Diamond Head Rd. Honolulu, HI 96816
Access Number 3, 22, or 58 bus
URL http://hfbf.org/markets/markets/kcc/

South Shore Paperie

This is a paper store run by a local couple and is located very close to Cafe Kaila. The wife is in charge of design and the husband takes care of printing and PR. There are lots of great letter heads and notebooks that have that natural Hawaiian color to them.

Recently, their products are also being sold in a lot of other stores in Waikiki, but the best experience is done so at the head store.

They are also popular with help in preparing materials for wedding ceremonies in Hawaii.

Information
Hours 9:00-16:00 (Mon-Thu) 10:00-18:00 (Fri,Sat) Closed Sun
Address 1016 Kapahulu Ave. Honolulu, HI 96816 Kilohana Square #190
Access Take the #13 bus from Kilohana Square on the corner of Kapahulu Ave. and Kihei Pl. to Kapahulu and Campbell. Approx. 20 minutes.
URL http://southshorepaperie.com/

Sugarcane Shop

After leaving Cafe Kaila, pass under the highway and turn right. You'll pass by a lot of great restaurants before arriving at the top of the hill in Kaimuki.

The theme is shabby and chic. There are lots of great thngs available from apparel, jewelry, interior, and miscellaneous goods.

Information
Hours 10:30-18:0 (Tue-Sun) Closed Mon Please inquire the store for national holidays
Address 1137 11th Avenue, #101 Honolulu, HI 96816
Access Can be reached by walking, but car is better. Plenty of parking is available.
URL N/A

Kapiolani Regional Park

This extensive park is on the western end of Waikiki, at the foot of the Diamond Head. It's a convenient spot to take a walk or a break after having finished a meal at Cafe Kaila and return to the center of Waikiki.

You can have a wonderful time seeing Diamond Head, palm trees, the beach, and Honolulu Zoo. Other activities include visiting the Waikiki Aquarium and Waikiki War Memorial.

Information
Hours 5:00-24:00
Address Kalakaua Ave. / Monsarrat Ave. / Paki Ave.
Access 10-15 minute walk from central Waikiki. 2 minute bus ride from Kuhio Ave. (#2 bus)
URL

Great Japanese Food Around Hawaii

Hawaii has lots of great places to enjoy a good meal. Matcha Stand Maiko, a sister store to Cafe Kaila opened in 2016 and their feature product is their line of matcha soft serve. In this page, we'll discuss some places where you can get great Japanese food in the Hawaii area.

Matcha Stand Maiko

As mentioned earlier, this is a sister store to Cafe Kaila where customers can enjoy great matcha soft serve among other drinks. It's close to the beach so you can enjoy time on the beach with some great matcha drinks. The store has grown in popularity since opening.

All products are made using authentic Japanese grown tea leaves. Best of all, matcha is a very nutritious drink. Definitely check it out.

What's Japanese about it?

Matcha is a regular drink all around Japan. It's enjoyed by people of all ages. Matcha Stand Maiko also provides the matcha pancake, which is a popular item on Cafe Kaila's menu.

Marukame Udon

It's a little ways away from Cafe Kaila, but Marukame Udon is near Matcha Stand Maiko and is a popular noodle chain all around Japan. They offer plenty of varieties of noodles as well as tempura products. They are good at filling orders quickly. Give them a try.

What's Japanese about it?

This chain has hundreds of locations all around Japan and is a big success. It's popular because it's quick, inexpensive, and convenient.

Shirokiya

Most people think Japanese food is expensive, but Shirokiya is quite reasonable with its prices. They even $1 beers and pitchers for $5. It's located in the middle of the Ala Moana Center and a great spot to visit in Hawaii.

What's Japanese about it?

Shirokiya is an izakaya, the Japanese style tavern. They offer a wide range of foods so anyone can enjoy it. The store is easily accessible, very spacious, and very reasonable.

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