We spent our weekend at the Queen Kapiolani Hotel where we found ourselves dining at Deck. Restaurant for breakfast and dinner. Deck is located on the third floor of the hotel where guests and non-guests are welcomed for dining. While having a meal, you’ll be able to enjoy live music and a beautiful view of Diamond Head. It’s a great place to take photos with the famous Leahi (aka Diamond Head) as the backdrop.

Address: DECK. at Queen Kapiolani Hotel
150 Kapahulu Ave. Honolulu, Hawaii 96815

Mon-Sat 6:30am – 11pm
Sun 6:30am -10pm
6:30am-11am | Breakfast
11am-4pm | Lunch
4pm-11pm | Dinner

Parking: Valet parking at Queen Kapiolani Hotel is free for two hours with validation. If you plan on staying longer than two hours, parking at Honolulu Zoo would be the easiest and it is only $1 per hour.



The open-air dining sets the ambiance of casual aloha Friday as waiters and waitresses create a genuine Aloha spirit in hospitality. On clear nights the open-air design creates a romantic atmosphere on lounge chairs, with cocktails and appetizers under the faint starlight, the indulgence of all these senses could be euphoric.

Breakfast at Deck.

Deck. offers breakfast daily from 6:30am to 11am. On the second Sunday every month, they have “Brunch + Bubbles” from 11am-3pm. We arrived in the early morning, before the crowds, and indulged the Triple Stack Pancakes, Acai Bowl, and Avocado Toast. Definitely try the pancakes with their homemade macadamia nut sauce. Check out the breakfast menu, here.



Acai Bowl $15
Granola, blueberry, mango, blackberry, dragon fruit, strawberry, banana, kiwi, coconut, pumpkin & chia seeds


Avocado Toast $9
Watermelon radish, pico de gallo, frisee, rye toast


Triple Stack Pancakes $13
Homemade macadamia nut sauce

Dinner at Deck.

For dinner, Deck. offers a signature prix fixe menu which comes with a choice of appetizer, entree, and dessert. Since we were sponsored for dinner, our dishes were pre-selected from the dinner menu. We received the Ceviche Mini Tacos, Guacamole and Tortilla Chips, Margherita Flatbread, Sautéed King Salmon and Cherry Tomato Brown Butter Sauce, Butter Sautéed Scallop with Basil Oil. For dessert, we had creme brûlée and s’mores. We really enjoyed the ceviche tacos and scallops! Check out the dinner menu, here.


Deck. Julep $12
Fresh Mint. House Cola and Rye, Served Over Crushed Ice
Honolulu Cosmo $12 each
Vodka. Cointreau. Fresh Lilikoi, Watermelon and Pineapple Juice




Ceviche Mini Tacos (4PCS) $14
Marinated King Salmon, daikon radish, avocado, cilantro, tomato, jalapeno



Guacamole and Tortilla Chips $9



Sautéed Scallop $28
Scallop, butter, corn, diced tomato, jalapeno, cumin, onion, basil oil


Grilled King Salmon with Cherry Tomato & Caper Sauce $26
King Salmon, mashed potatoes, green beans, cherry tomato, caper, butter


Margherita Flatbread Pizza $12
Kamuela tomato sauce, buffalo mozzarella, basil



For a quick and scrumptious meal, Deck. Restaurant serves something for everyone. Queen Kapiolani would be proud as the spirit of Aloha lives on in Deck. Restaurant through its servers, managers and of course, its traditional seafood dishes.

For more information, visit Deck. Restaurant
Deck. Restaurant on Instagram and Facebook
150 Kapahulu Ave.
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815

Disclosure: Wanderlustyle was hosted at Deck. Restaurant. All of our opinions are honest. Mahalo!

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