Kililie's is an amazing find. We stumbled upon it earlier this week on one of our 'lazy days' of the vacation. We were looking for a sit-down lunch meal and arrived at Kililie's at what seemed to be their closing time. Despite that, we were seated and served the Kililie's famous brunch and even got to have a long chat with the owner/chef, Christian. He told us all about his history as a chef/owner, the stories behind the tables (did you know they were made from repurposed wine barrels??!!), and the rationale behind the food he serves (all homemade). The brunch is buffet-style and you get options of 40 different plates, ranging from pastries, banana breads, pancakes, french toast, fruits, pana cotta, sandwiches, and more. All served along with juices and a hot drink of your choice. We liked the food and Christian so much that we went back on the weekend at opening time to eat there again and to say hi to our new favorite Frenchman. Seriously, you need to go to Kililie's if you have any choice in the matter.
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