Mugen, the Forbes five-star rated restaurant at Espacio in Waikīkī, has launched its new breakfast menu, expanding the offering to the public after previously being exclusive to hotel guests.
The reimagined breakfast experience displays the culinary artistry of celebrated Pastry Chef Jamon Harper. The Mugen menu draws on quality ingredients, featuring dishes such as:
- A modern version of the Hawaiian Loco Moco, including Miyazaki A5 Wagyu, Tsuyahime rice, veal jus, and a Waialua quail egg. ($65)
- A house-made King Salmon Gravlax accompanied by creamy burrata, heirloom tomato, red onion, capers, lemon, and focaccia toast. ($28)
- Lemon Ricotta Pancakes flavored with mango-lilikoi curd and compressed pineapple. ($19)
- A luxurious Lobster Eggs Benedict on a bacon gruyère biscuit, paired with black truffle hollandaise and Kupu Farms microgreens. ($45)
In a concerted effort to emphasize local connections, Mugen’s breakfast features cacao from Mānoa Chocolate and coffee and teas exclusively blended by Tea Leaves and Tradition Coffee in Kailua on Oahu. For those seeking an additional indulgence, the menu offers mimosas by the glass or Champagne paired with freshly squeezed orange juice.
Reservations for breakfast at Mugen can be secured through OpenTable for service between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. daily. As Mugen prepares for its dinner service reopening in the coming months, the restaurant continues to be available for private events.
For additional details, interested parties can visit MugenWaikiki.com.
Mugen is elevating Hawaii’s status as a destination for culinary travel with its global cuisine. Rated five-stars by the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide, Mugen curates Espacio’s culinary offerings, from amenities and catered events to its distinguished restaurant service.
About ESPACIO The Jewel of Waikiki
Espacio (The Jewel of Waikiki) is an Omotenashi-inspired ultra-luxury hotel on Waikiki Beach with nine suites on nine floors. For two years running, it is the only hotel in Hawaii to be awarded prestigious Forbes five-star ratings for the hotel and its onsite fine dining restaurant, Mugen, as well as the AAA five diamond designation. Guests can expect a completely private, luxury experience. Each residential-style, 2,250 square-foot suite occupies an entire floor with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a hot spa-clad ocean view balcony, a dry sauna, chef’s grade kitchen, and a discreet elevator entry.