Here I am again! Back in Hawaii. First of all, I hope all of you had a fantastic April Fools Day and Easter. Where I am at in Honolulu, nothing can be better! As a special Easter holiday brunch, my grandmother’s local club hosted a brunch with enough food to feed a whole city. Trust me, once you see the pictures, you’ll know what I’m talking about.
As a participant in the weekly “normal brunch” hosted at Waialae (the club), I already knew the food was going to be super yummy. But when I took a look at the huge buffet menu for this special event, I knew I was in for one of the biggest treats of my life.
When my family and I stepped into the cool, air conditioned hallway that lead to the tables, I could smelled food heaven. A mix of sweet and salty twisted through the air. More than 25 different foods with unique scents wafted through the perfect morning setting. I saw the prime rib and it called out to me, telling my mind that it was the best. Honestly though, everything was the best. I didn’t have one single bad experience with the meal. The food was simply exquisite.
Trying to eat with at least a little control, I realized that not having seconds was like not opening any presents during your birthday. As a foodie, I might have had 3 or 4 plates that day (I lost count). Anyways, the message is that I was absolutely overwhelmed by the tasty food. The Waialae Country club to this day remains my favorite brunch ever as an indescribable, perfect meal and also my Spring Break favorite.
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Enjoy your vacation Nate. Don’t forget the malasadas!!