The Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki and Golf Club will launch a new restaurant later this month as part of an ongoing $55.4 million renovation slated to wrap up next spring.
Scheduled to open in late November, the eatery will be called 100 Sails and will take over the hotel’s existing Prince Court, overlooking Ala Wai Harbor and the Pacific.
The restaurant, under the direction of chef de cuisine Joseph Amoguera, will continue the popular buffet approach of the Prince Court but add a renewed focus on island fresh cuisine. It will also feature a centerpiece bar offering smoothies and coffee in the morning along with cocktails in the evenings.
In addition to the wide-ranging buffet options, diners will be able to order small-bites selections, such as poke tempura, uni carbonara and oxtail dumplings. Meanwhile, the hotel’s signature bread pudding remains a staple dessert along with new options like shave ice and chocolate macadamia nut pie.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, 100 Sails will feature seating for 300 along with more casual dining options in the bar area.