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About 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar
Introducing Waikiki’s latest culinary delight, 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar, offering signature views of Ala Wai Harbor and the ocean beyond as well as breathtaking front row seats to Hawai‘i’s most spectacular sunsets.
Experience a fresh active bar serving as the centerpiece of the restaurant. Enjoy tasty small bites throughout the day and craft cocktails in the evening.
A renewed focus on island fresh cuisine promises to elevate the entire dining experience including an artfully displayed breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet each day of the week.
Honolulu, HI 96815
Contemporary American, Asian
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 6:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Brunch: Sunday: 10:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Dinner: Daily: 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Ala Moana Blvd.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Hotel self-parking and valet parking available with restaurant validation.
Private Party Facilities:
The Prince Court Restaurant - "Private Dining Room", floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor.
Private Party Contact:
Restaurant Reservations: (808) 944-4494
Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access
100 Sails Restaurant & Bar Ratings and Reviews
I’ve been here around 5-7 times just this year because the food is amazing and the people from the concierge, host and waitress are ALWAYS friendly and accommodating to my needs. I’ll save money just to come because of that and I thank u for making all the special occasions a memorable one!
We came in group of 6 and were having a business dinner so asked to be seated in a "quiet" portion of the restaurant. Indeed we were accommodated and the location was very conducive to conversation and business over a great dinner . Wait staff was very attentive.
The buffet was very neat and well displayed and stocked . We enjoyed that there was a "no rice " version at the sushi bar for our guests reducing carbs. We miss the shabu Shabu that the prince Court buffet used to have but the shrimp and crab were tasty and the variety of food was plentiful so there was something for everyone .
We come here for the buffet. This dining occasion was to celebrate a birthday. On this night the prime rib and the crab legs were very good. The beef was medium rare and tender. The crab legs were just moist and sweet. There was much joy opening the pinchers and enjoying the crab meat. Also on this night, the hand rolls, sashimi, and nigiri sushi were very good, very fresh. My only good recommendation is not to put the poke in metal cups, but maybe allow the customers to serve themselves the amount they need. The cup size-serving is a a little too much for some of the persons I dined with, so not wanting to waste, I ate their cups, not wanting to waste-I guess that is a good thing. The Kauai shrimp entree was very good. Cold salad bar items were excellent. Desserts were good, especially the complimentary guava cake I received for my birthday. Service help was excellent -refilling drinks when needed, plates removed, always being asked if everything was okay. Hostess ended evening thanking us for coming back, she always chats with us- also acknowledging us as we used OpenTable. Finally,we always also enjoy the beautiful sunset views from our seats. Plus we always happen to sit in the same area as we did for our anniversary 2 months ago and our wedding day 25 years ago. This is a special restaurant for us and our family. Many memories were made here. Mahalo and Aloha.
This was our first time here since they remodeled and changed the conept of the restaurant. It seems to be undecided if it wants to be a bar or a restaurant. A open counter bar seating area now occupies most of the space that was the buffet area. The buffet is now smaller and in the far side, back of the room. Buffet offerrings are less in quantity though good quality. Our waiter was terrific!
Great surf and turf buffet. I love steak, but not a huge fan of prime rib. However, I had the most delicious prime rib I've every tasted - very tender. Salmon skin roll is one of the better I've had. Good Kauai prawns and generous with crab legs. Ambiance could be nicer, but is clean and tables aren't too close together. Chairs seemed like more of a picnic experience. Not enough wait help to keep tables clear of dirty dishes.
The hostess was cheerful and had a great smile; very informative when asked about Happy Hour and possibly having a Christmas lunch at this beautiful restaurant. The view of the boat harbor through the large windows is one of the reasons I love this restaurant.
Our waiter, Ken, was also very cheerful and did an outstanding job as our waiter. He was very attentive and we truly appreciated him.
we were there to try the Saturday Hawaiian Lunch buffet. it was ok. i tried the lau lau (needed salt), kalua pig & poke (ahi & tako). it was all pretty good. i liked the temaki to order station & the tempura the best. I also thought the mango panna cotta was done well. I did have to remind the server to apply the Mahalo Club discount after we received the check which made the price for the buffet very reasonable.
this is my 3rd experience at 100 Sails for Breakfast. I took our president from Chicago with an important client, I was a bit anxious since this was a buffet breakfast, but, I love it that you can also order off the menu. After reviewing all of the choices on the buffet line and the omelet station, they all opted for the buffet. I especially love the Japanese selections: Saba fish, Miso soup with all the fixings and my all time favorite - Natto!
My client stated that this was her first visit and she will be back with her out of town guests! Yeah I made the right choice!
Went there for the brunch buffet and was disappointed. Yelp had photos of an assortment of sashimi spread and that wasn’t the case when we dined in. There was a decent selection of ahi, salmon and tako poke. I’m not a big fan of rolls but there was some selections.
My biggest rub ( very surprised) was there was not a miso soup bar?! Sushi spread and no miso soup?
Overall, the Buffett spread was decent for the price which I’m assuming was based on the fact they had crab legs. Just not enough variety.
I would pass and probably pay more for better variety of food.
You won't be disappointed in the numerous offerings or the service provided. Even tough we went for Sunday Brunch, the waiter remembered our various drinks and checked back appropriately to clear off plates, check on us, offer us items hot off the waffle iron. Will be back.
Service was excellent, this would have been a 2 star if not. We are here on Saturday for their Hawaiian buffet.
We were expecting much more. The oxtail soup was decent, better than average really. The poke selections, Tako, ahi, and clam were substandard. They didn't have the rich flavors that other poke spots in town have.
The kaulua pork was a little dry, but good. The huli huli chicken was cardboard.
There is a special level of bad though, when your hand roll station is completely horrid. Literal scoops of what looked, smelled, and if I can imagine, worse than cat food. There appeared to be nothing but Mayo in the scallop hand roll.
The service again was excellent, and the view was excellent too. Everything else was forgettable. Money best spent elsewhere.
I love the newly renovated restaurant. It's more open and bright. Our server Ken was very attentive and even took time to bring some oxtail soup from the buffet for my mother who was celebrating her birthday. I would recommend this restaurant to my family & friends especially if they are celebrating a special occasion.
I've been a big fan and loyal diner of this buffet pre-renovation. Food quality and menu is still on point. Selection is a bit smaller than before and food area is a bit congested. A few notable things was the absence of any type of bread and potatoes (was told they didn't have potatoes that evening). Service-wise, overall good except the server never asked if we wanted anything to drink besides water. The value of this restaurant for me has decreased and therefore instead of it being my go-to for special occasions, I may consider fine dining options instead.
The recently remodeled Hawaii Prince Hotel and it's restaurant 100 Sails is clean, simple, bright and reflective of it's name, 100 Sails. The view of the marina and ocean from most anywhere in the remodeled restaurant , formally the Prince Court, is as beautiful as ever. by Jerome was attentive and we were greeted by name. One can order from the regular (weekday lunch)menu or opt for the buffet which all in our party of four did.
The buffet offerings are not as numerous as before the remodel but there is plenty to choose from and we agreed the quality was actually better than the last couple of times we had been previous to the remodel. Handrolls are still made as you order and the Shanghai Chuck (no rice) is a new offering and my favorite. The breaded mahimahi was soggy as any breaded item will get in a chafing dish but the fish itself was moist and flavorful. The pickled Korean kim chee and spicy tofu were good enough for seconds.
All in all, I can without hesitation, recommend 100 Sails.
We will be back on a Saturday when local Hawaiian foods, think Kailua Pork, are offered.
We've been here a couple of times before and services was never a problem, until this time. The waiter was not prompted at clearing our empty plates, even though he walked past our table numerous time. We had a difficult time getting his attention to refill our drinks, we ultimately had to go to the bar to ask for a refill on our sodas. It was not until we were nearly done with our dinner that he started paying more attention to our table and stopping by frequently to clear the dishes and refill our drinks.
It was extremely disappointing, as we were there for a celebration. Don't think we'll be returning any time soon. For the price, we expected better services.
1st thing upon our arrival Our table was already occupied by another group which already had 5 seated at the table of 7. The hostess proceeded to ask us if we would be joining that group . Please note that we were a party of 7 . Obviously we would not fit on that table. We were given another table which was fine closer to the buffet . The food AS a whole was okay but not the standard we expected for the price. Crab was abundant...hot food, sushi, poki okay. Salad bar could be improved. By the time we got to fruits and desserts, empty trays greeted us. However I must say your bread pudding is the bomb. The wait help gave excellent service.
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