Hawaiian food abounds in Las Vegas — aka the Ninth Island — so it comes as no surprise that it’s easy to find a slew of breakfast spots that serve tropical fare. Diners in search of spam and eggs with fried rice, guava pancakes, and Hawaiian barbecue for breakfast will find them at these restaurants.Read More
Start The Day with These Hawaiian Breakfasts in Las Vegas
Spam, eggs, and a taste of aloha
Kau Kau Kitchen
This neon green tinged spot offers several Hawaiian breakfast items including a Kakahiaka breakfast specialty that includes eggs and a choice of two meats with options such as Spam, Portuguese sausage, Vienna sausage, and bacon. There’s also French toast.
Kapuna Cafe in the Enterprise area of Las Vegas is known for its mochi pancakes — and the fact that its breakfast is served all day. Other morning favorites include eggs served with fried rice and choice of Spam, Vienna sausage, Portuguese sausage, or bacon.
Cinnamon’s is a favorite for fans of sweeter breakfasts. The menu here includes enormous stacks pancakes in flavors such as guava chiffon, red velvet, and pistachio cream. The menu also includes a Kalua pig Benedict, wasabi rib-eye steak, and eggs, and a four-egg pork adobo omelet with kimchi fried rice.
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The California Hotel in Downtown Las Vegas is often regarded as one of the driving forces behind the large number of Hawaiian tourists and residents in Las Vegas. Unsurprisingly, there’s not shortage of Hawaiian restaurants inside the historic property. For breakfast, diners can head to Aloha Specialities for loco moco, eggs, and rice with Spam or a three-egg omelet with green onions and Spam or Portuguese sausage.
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Pacific Island Taste
This cozy restaurant near Downtown serves breakfast plates all day. Diners can order two eggs with choice of Spam, corned beef hash patty, bacon, Portuguese sausage, or Redondo hot dog and rice.
Peg’s Glorified Ham n Eggs
This breakfast and lunch restaurant serves a special Aloha from Hawaiʻi menu that includes Spam and eggs, beef chili, and eggs, pork chops and eggs, and loco moco. All Hawaiian breakfast specialties are served with macaroni salad. Also on Eastern Avenue.
With five locations in Las Vegas, including a popular UNLV adjacent space, Aloha Kitchen offers a breakfast menu that includes banana pancakes with vanilla cream sauce, corned beef hash, and tapsilog, a Filipino breakfast specialty with beef, fried rice, and eggs.
The insanely large menu at Squeeze In is known for its banana and walnut pancakes and a fluffy omelet stuffed with pineapple and ham. Both locations in Las Vegas are open for breakfast and lunch.
Island Sushi & Grill
Henderson’s Island Sushi may be beloved for its namesake item, but the menu also includes breakfast plates served from 9 to 11 a.m. Diners can order Kalua pig with eggs and lomi tomato, kimchi fried rice and eggs and the Big Aloha — hamburger patty, Spam, or Portuguese sausage served with eggs, macaroni salad and gravy. There’s also an all-day breakfast menu which includes Spam, eggs, and rice and corned beef, eggs, and rice.