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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
Made reservations for Valentines Day through Open Table and only available time was 8 pm. I left a request to call me if an earlier time was to open up but no call. Got there at 8, still waited 25 min to get seated. We were seated on the inside wall so our view was white walls rather than the harbor. Went to the buffet and a lot of the food looked dry or picked over. Not sure since they were closing at 10 pm that they may not have wanted to keep the stations looking fresh or bring out fresh food. Was very disappointed especially since it was $80/person and it cost just the same as the first person’s who walked in that night. Personally, for this much $, I could have spent it elsewhere and got better quality. I’ll know next time. Maybe their regular buffet might be better but I wouldn’t recommend this for special days.
Have dined here every year for Valentine’s Day starting back when it was the Prince Court restaurant. The buffet selection served here is finest served in Waikiki. What keeps me coming back here are the chilled snow crabs, prime rib, lamb chops and famous bread pudding with warm vanilla sauce. The complimentary red rose for the ladies is nice touch. Parking was free with validation at the restaurant which was a big plus. I’m looking forward to coming back again next year.
Great Customer Service from valet to dining at 100 Sails
Great selection at buffet- glasses at the table were never empty- always filled, empty buffet plates picked up for next round. Table of 6 with a couple having their anniversary enjoyed dining at 100 Sails Thank-you Mahalo & Aloha
The buffet dinner was excellent. It is the perfect venue for family celebrations. The service is good and sunset is beautiful. Possibly the only drawback is the location of the various "food stations". It was a bit confusing.They are widely spaced and, given the large number of people enjoying the Sunday Brunch, sometimes they were difficult to find. We had a fabulous meal but left wondering if we had seen everything, perhaps there was yet another food/cuisine offering tucked into a corner
I went there for my anniversary dinner. We were hoping to be seated near the window overlooking the harbor. However, we were seated in a room that had two separate large parties. We could barely hear one another, also it was so hot because of the body heat. We were hoping to have an enjoyable experience like we did when it was Prince Court. We are local people who wanted to experience the aloha spirit that we often share, but we felt like we were not welcome because we were local. I will not be returning to this restaurant.
Good buffet....typical mediocre vegas style buffet. Nothing extravagant. Good lively atmosphere. Typical seafood, shrimp, crab legs, sushi, some typical Hawaiian dishes. $60 is a bit on the pricey side. Worth about $28.99 on the mainland but hey this is Hawaii and when in Hawaii do as Hawaiian tourist do, pay that little extra for that Hawaiian island vibe.... i do admit that this is one of the better buffets on the island.
Everything was wonderful! The only exception was the Hostess, she was not very friendly and did not seem to have the proper demeanor for someone in her position. I recommend having someone who is smiling and welcoming and is happy to be there. This woman would be more suited as a prison guard. Sorry, just being honest. I noticed she did not smile while seating other patrons as well, so we didn't take it personally. But Harold, our server, more than made up for it, except he could have refilled our coffee, that was the only thing that was missed. Overall a great culinary experience! We'll be back! Thank you!
Food was mediocre at best. The roasted beets with goat cheese salad was not roasted Nor was there any appreciable amount of goat cheese. The ahi with pasta was bland and not sashimi grade in my opinion.
The kimchi fried rice was good.
The location is excellent for being in the hotel but this new restaurant attempt has a long way to go to compete in the area given the prices.
Our waitress was friendly and tried hard to overcome the mediocre food.
As a longtime Hawaii resident, I used to look forward to the lovely buffet dinner at the (previously-named) Prince Court, which offered an amazing assortment of various salads, Asian foods, including dimsum, prime rib and delicious seafood choices.
After the nice renovation of the restaurant, now 100 Sails, I was severely disappointed by a meal that I shared with visiting family members from the mainland.
It appears that the cost of the renovation was made at the expense of the quality of the food offering.
Sadly, I will not return to this restaurant again.
The buffet selection was generally good, but nothing particularly stood out from the cold and hot entrees, it has king crabs and snow crabs, prime rib carving station and made to order hand roll sushi. However, with the Prince Court as it’s predecessor, the 100 Sails was unfortunately a downgrade at the Prince Hotel.
Made reservations for 3 for intimate bday celebration wks prior. Was seated in the darkest area in the room, later moved into another area used for bigger parties after complaining when I specifically informed reservationists of the occasion. Not that happy! But service was good although rushed. Since the area we were moved to was for bigger parties
A nice casual contemporary remake of the former Prince Court. Live music is a nice touch but do not sit too close if conversation is desired. Cold snow and hot dunguese crab option with other seafood selections outstanding. Variety of four fresh rolled sushi shines. Prime rib good but not exceptional. Service attention uneven. Waiter next to us was far more attentive. After coffee, waited 20 minutes before asking bus boy to have waiter bring our check.
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