Maintaining a Healthy Diet at Prince Waikiki
Travelers tend to overindulge while on vacation, especially when at an all-inclusive tourist trap. However, at Prince Waikiki, guests are encouraged to explore Oahu’s extravagant culinary scene, whether that’s in artsy Kakaʻako, bustling Chinatown, or right here along the Ala Wai Harbor’s picturesque banks. Over the years, Prince Waikiki’s concierge team has documented the best coffee shops, craft breweries, breakfast options, and even fish taco hot spots. Today, it’s all about eating healthy while on vacation, which comes naturally at 100 Holomoana Street.
100 Sails Restaurant revamped its breakfast and dinner menus while temporarily eliminating the buffet. The new dining concept, titled “Indulge: A Signature Grazing Experience,” features steamed snow crab legs, temaki handrolls, and so many more delicacies. Repeat patrons return time and time again for the poke bowls—featuring lean protein, healthy fats, and a dollop of vegetables. Meanwhile, the “Buddha Bowl” is a delicious combination of quinoa, rooftop lettuce, locally-sourced vegetables, and microgreens, topped with a housemade roasted sesame dressing. Other health-conscious options include beet ravioli, Aloha Tofu, shoyu and garlic chicken, and, of course, the “Catch of the Day.” The daily Happy Hour runs from 4–6 p.m. and includes $2 off wine by the glass and the house cocktail of the month. Complimentary parking is now available for diners.
KatsuMidori Sushi Tokyo’s only location outside of Japan lies on Prince Waikiki’s first floor. It’s such a unique pleasure to present world-class sushi so close to the infinity pool, Club Lounge, and Muliwai Deck. KatsuMidori’s skilled culinary team crafts the best sushi on the island, all of which is delicious and nutritious. Each spacious booth feels equally private and opulent. And repeat guests gush about the flavorsome sushi, featuring everything from salmon roe to sea urchin and fatty tuna. Don’t be afraid to be adventurous by ordering the chef-curated omakase.
Prince Waikiki: An Idyllic Oceanfront Getaway
Aaron Miyakawa, Prince Waikiki’s Director of Restaurants, was recently featured by UPROXX on two separate occasions, signifying the magazine’s admiration for this on-site mixology team. Don’t forget to try a $2 off Happy Hour cocktail at Hinana Bar from 4–6 p.m. Cocktails are a healthy alternative to most adult beverages, namely craft beer.
For those who plan to go off-site during lunchtime, please read about Prince’s favorite picnic destinations. Remember to stop at Down to Earth or the Saturday morning Farmlovers Market in Kakaʻako to fill a basket with local (and healthy) goodies. Please click the links below to learn more about Prince Waikiki’s various fitness possibilities, recreational activities, and, of course, safety measures.
- 10 Socially-Distanced Things to Do in Oahu with Kids
- A 2020–2021 Waikiki Wellness Challenge
- Embark on a Scenic Drive around Oahu: 20 Essential Stops
- Kamaʻāina Staycation Ideas for Couples
- Plan a Wellness Retreat to Hawaii
- Prince Waikiki Reopens as a Safe Hawaii Retreat
- Social Distancing Ideas: The Many Ways to Explore Oahu