Dining at Kilauea Lodge
Restaurant

Our Volcano, Hawaii Restaurant Serves Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

For reservations at our Volcano Village, Hawaii restaurant call 808-967-7366 or click here to reserve a dinner table online

Hours at Our  Volcano, Hawaii Restaurant

Breakfast Daily – 7:30am to 10am (view menu)
Lunch Daily – 10am to 2pm (view menu)
Dinner Nightly starting at 5pm (view menu)
Sunday Brunch – 10am to 2pm (view menu)

Kilauea Lodge Restaurant is located on property at Kilauea Lodge in the town of Volcano Village, on the Island Hawai’i (also known as The Big Island”) and close to Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park. We are open for breakfast and lunch daily and dinner nightly.  We also offer a Sunday Brunch. Kilauea Lodge Restaurant serves up some of the finest dining in Hawaii.

Explore the Dining Experience of Our Volcano, Hawaii Restaurant

Kilauea Lodge Breakfast

Breakfast includes Pancakes, French Toast, Omelets and more. Lodging guests enjoy complimentary breakfast each morning with their stay.

Kilauea Lodge Lunch

A Kilauea Lodge lunch includes salads such as Caesar, Curried Chicken, Nicoise, NY Steak and Cobb; Mini Burgers combo (antelope, buffalo and beef); German Sausage plate with house made sauerkraut; Sandwiches such as Reuben, Club, Vegetarian, Portobello, fresh fish and others.

Kilauea Lodge Dinners

Kilauea Lodge dinners are well known for owner-chef Albert Jeyte’s continental cuisine with a touch of local flavors. His specialties include European favorites; hasenpfeffer, antelope, and duck, and there’s always fresh fish from deep Big Island waters. All entrees include soup or salad. A thoughtful wine list and helpful staff make Kilauea Lodge a memorable experience.

Kilauea Lodge Sunday Brunch

The Kilauea Lodge Sunday Brunch includes savory dishes such as Smoked Salmon Benedict, homemade Corned Beef Hash and Eggs, Volcano Loco Moco, and the Chief Ranger. Sunday Brunch has become a favorite tradition with local residents.

Kilauea Lodge International Fireplace of Friendship

In October 1938, four hundred people from around the Territory of Hawaii gathered at Camp Hale O Aloha in Volcano Village for the dedication of a unique fireplace. The International Fireplace of Friendship with its stones and coins from all over the world was the inspiration of Harold Lucas, the Y.M.C.A. camp director in charge of construction at Camp Hale O Aloha. Lucas’ dream was to create a hearth of world brotherhood using stones from 32 countries around the world.

After a fabulous day of hiking National Park trails, nothing beats a good dinner at Kilauea Lodge Restaurant. A relaxing interior of hardwood floors, koa tables, fresh flowers, original art and, at the center of it all, the historic Fireplace of Friendship with its precious collection of artifacts, provide the setting for fabulous dinners served nightly.

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