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We are headed to the Hyatt Maui next week. I know the Hyatt brunch is probably good but I'm not sure I want to spend $100+ for breakfast more than once or twice. Any other good options other than The Gazebo or Plantation House? (both of those are already on our list) Thanks.

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  1. hello, this probably isn't near your lodging, but it serves voluminous, tasty, reasonable breakfasts (pancakes, omelettes, eggs with good homefries or a big pile'o'pork fried rice), lunches too I think: Kihei Caffe 1945 S. Kihei Rd (the main drag, it's on the front side, visible from the road, of one of the numerous strip malls). One of the better no frills breakfast spots I've enjoyed anywhere. cheers

    1. Ask the front desk for the Swan court breakfast buffet coupons. My husband asked them for some and they gave us enough for our entire 6 day trip! They buffet was great too -- one of the best we've ever had.

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      1. re: boogiebaby

        No way! They just gave them to you? Are you Platinum Gold Pass?

        To all that replied, thanks for the great tips. I take a lot of reccomendations with a grain of salt. I know a lot of people probably think Bubbas is great, but I also know a lot people really like salad bars. I don't fall in that catagory. I just found this site and I'm so glad I did. I never trust the concierge reccomendations. I always figure they are getting kick baks or something.

        1. re: Michelle

          Nope, just regular Gold Pass. We figured they would give us 2 passes (2 adults, 1 meal) but they gave us enough for the whole week! We really enjoyed. We would go down for breakfast around 10 and have a nice brunch, and then skip lunch. Then we'd splurge on an afternoon snack and dinners. It worked out well for us because we were able to save money on lunch! LOL

          1. re: boogiebaby

            Yep, the breakfast buffet is really good here. Enjoy!