By on November 11, 2013

American family restaurant Cinnamon’s claim to fame started in its resort hometown in Kailua, Hawaii.  This led to the opening of its first overseas branch in Omotesando.

Cinnamon’s restaurant offers typical American breakfast staple from Eggs Benedict, meatloaf, omelettes, to hash browns, home fries, pancakes, and cinnamon roll.  The menu includes the usual Hawaiian traditional plates a.k.a “locomoco” power-packed burger with egg, Poke Locomoco and Teriyaki, all served in bigger-than-usual portions for the big eater.  Families may try half portions each to sample other breakfast plates.  Cinnamon’s first started in 1985 as a breakfast brunch restaurant at Kailua, Honolulu where it received the Hale Aina dining award in the best breakfast spot category for two years in a row.

A must-try
(Guava Chiffon pancake)   The house is famous for this duo layer of fluffy buttermilk pancake smothered in light guava cream with whipped cream and fresh mint topping.     Full order 1,600 yen       Half order 1,300 yen

(Eggs Benedict)    Hooked on the Benedict?  At Cinnamon’s Tokyo, the choice becomes even harder with some unTokyoish toppings :  crab cakes (1,800 yen), Seela (mahi mahi fish) (1,650 yen) , Kalua pork (1,650 yen) , and etc.   An Eggs Benedict breakfast plate comes complete with hash browns and  green salad side order.











(Burger with egg)    

Located behind the Christian Dior boutique in posh Omotesando district,  Cinnamon’s Tokyo is open for business, seven days a week,  from 9 am to 10:30 pm Monday to Saturday, and 8 am – 9:30 pm on Sundays and holidays.

Jingumae 5-13-2 B1F, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tel. 03-6418-4295

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