Yep, that’s the correct spelling. It’s Yogur not Yogurt. MG and I went to check out Yogur Story for brunch today and sat by the artificial tree. Brunch is served between 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The restaurant has a nice open, airy feel. There is seating on two levels and you don’t feel crowded.
The brunch menu is pretty extensive from omelettes to waffles to local faves like loco moco and fried rice.
After checking out the menu, MG and I decided to share two different items, the Prime Rib Loco Moco ($14.95) and the Oinker ($13.95).
The loco moco consisted of white rice, the prime rib, gravy with sliced mushrooms, and two sunny side up eggs. The rice was sticky but not soggy and the prime rib was tender. The gravy was very flavorful. The egg white was well cooked but the yolks were runny like a sunny side is supposed to be. The loco moco was plentiful and although we shared our food, I still was not able to finish it.
The Oinker consisted of fried rice, portuguese sausage, two sunny side up eggs, and a side of fruit. The fried rice was different but in a good way with the addition of adobo which added a nice, subtle vinegar flavor. MG ate everything on her plate.
Yogur Story is known for their waffles which I was not in the mood for. Their red velvet waffles are supposed to be ono if you are into waffles.
The service was very attentive but not overbearing. MG and I both enjoyed the food.
Prices are not inexpensive but the food is pretty good with ample portions. If money is an object, eat breakfast or brunch at Like Like Drive Inn or Zippy’s.
Yogur Story is located on 815 Keeaumoku Street #105 next to Sorobol. Parking was plentiful when we got there at ~8 a.m. but it might be a problem at other times. However, street parking is also available.
While I probably would not frequent Yogur Story regularly, I would eat there again.