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100 Sails Dinner Buffet Tour

While I haven’t personally tried it myself yet, I got a sneak peek of the new 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar dinner buffet this past Monday evening while there for a private Yelp Elite Event.

Those of you who remember when 100 Sails was formerly Prince Court (done that many times!), remember how fantastic their Sunday brunch, lunch and dinner buffet selections were? Well, it’s still just as awesome! Of course nowhere near “No-holds-barred, Vegas style” MGM Grand or Bellagio awesome. Yet for Hawaii, pretty dang great, and one of, if not the best buffet dining experiences you’ll find on Oahu, IMO.

And relatively not bad in price, at $58/adult ($29/child 6-12) for AYCE dinner, which includes all the top-of-the-line dishes you’d expect, from fresh-made sushi and sashimi (definitely no day old stuff here!), to crab legs and prime rib, to much, much more! While also factoring in the opulence of the Hawaii Prince Hotel and the restaurant’s elevated harbor front ocean views panning Ala Moana to Waikiki. 

Following is a photographic tour of 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar complete dinner buffet spread, taken this past Monday evening. Enjoy. ;-)


Panoramic shot of each buffet station from left to right:
Dessert | Rice, Dim Sum & Salads | Fruits, Poke, Sashimi, Crab & Sushi | Made to order Temaki Roll & Prime Rib carving station (Not shown is the hot foods station behind all that)


Salad Station


Mesclun Greens (and croutons)


Assorted Dressings (for all salads) and Chinese Chicken Salad


Salad Accompaniments


Tomato Mozzarella and Marinated Eggplant


Lomi Lomi Salmon, Tako Poke and Korean Style Tofu


Chicken Pasta Salad and Bean Sprout Salad


Spicy Fried Tofu Salad and Assorted Cheese ‘n Crackers


Fresh Fruit Station


Maguro Sashimi (with Lemon and Cocktail Sauce for the Shrimp Cocktail on the other side)


Steamed Clams (with Ahi Sashimi, Ahi Poke Shooters and Shrimp Cocktail next to it)


Ahi Poke Shooters


Alaskan Snow Crab Legs & Clarified Butter


Maguro (Tuna) and Ebi (Shrimp) Nigiri Zushi


Ika (Squid) Inari Zushi


Sake Nigiri and Spicy Maguro (Ahi) Dynamite Roll Sushi


“Hawaiian Roll” Sushi


Inari (Aburage “Cone”) Sushi


Futomaki Sushi


Temaki (made-to-order hand roll sushi) Station


Prime Rib Carving Station (served with Creamy Horseradish and Au Jus)


Gyoza and Charsiu Bao


Bao (Chinese style steamed buns) and Asian Braised Pork Belly


Asian Sweet Chili Sauce & Tamarind Sauce for the Dim Sum offerings


Hot Food Station


Hawaiian Salt & Pepper Kauai Shrimp


Dungeness Crab (not to forget the Alaskan Snow Crab at the other station!)


Grilled Corn with Garlic Butter & Parmesan Cheese


Steamed Clams with Black Bean Sauce


Chinatown Style Steamed Catch of the Day


Broiled Charsiu Chicken


Chow Funn with Bean Sprouts & Charsiu


Chinatown Style Wok Fried Rice


Stir Fried Mustard Cabbage


Dessert Station


Almond Float, Taro Cheesecake and Egg Tart


Red Velvet Cupcakes, Carrot Cake, Lemon Bars and Fudge Brownies


Assorted Cookies and Coconut Cake


Caramel Custard and Chocolate Mac Nuts Pies


Prince’ Signature House Bread Pudding with Vanilla Sauce


100 Sails’ sunset view of Ala Wai Boat Harbor and Magic Island (Ala Moana Beach Park), 1.23.17

Well there you have it. 100 Sails complete dinner buffet, and WOW! What a spread! All I know after just posting those photos is I’M HUNGRY!!!

100 Sails Restaurant & Bar
(formerly Prince Court Restaurant)
Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki & Golf Club
100 Holomoana St.
Honolulu, Hawaii  96815

Tel. (808) 944-4494

Web: Our Dining Evolution – PrinceResortsHawaii.com (complete menu available here)

Breakfast daily, 6-10:30 a.m.; Lunch Monday-Saturday, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.; Dinner daily, 5:30-9:30 p.m.; Sunday brunch, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.; Bar and lounge: Sunday-Thursday, 6 a.m.-10 p.m., Friday-Saturday, 6 a.m.-11 p.m.

The Tasty Island related links:
Yelp Honolulu Elite Event: 100 Sails
Prince Court Reopens as 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar

2 thoughts on “100 Sails Dinner Buffet Tour

  • January 28, 2017 at 8:51 pm
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    That is how you make chow fun.

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    • January 29, 2017 at 4:50 pm
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      Pat, this link has all there is on Chow Funn.

      I think the HULA brand Chow Funn noodles (sold dehydrated dry in a package like pasta) are the best, if you want that real “local” style Chow Funn texture, shape and flavor. I never tried the HULA brand Saimin noodles. I’ll definitely add that to my blog to-do list!

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