This was a birthday meal for me–my 30th birthday to be exact. I knew prior to eating at WCC that they made fun of you (been there before), so I was ready for some good old fashioned teasing. But, I was also hoping for a nice breakfast. Upon arrival, the waitress let me know that the chef would be out to see me. When the chef arrived, I explained that I couldn’t have milk or gluten. I decided on a ham omelet with potatoes and a GF waffle on the side. I was hoping for mickey waffles, a la Kona cafe, but alas, it turned out to be a Van’s Waffle. (not that they aren’t good, but I can eat them at home! I wanted a big fluffy GF/CF mickey waffle!) The chef actually mentioned that these were the last of the waffles because they’d had so many GF eaters that week. (hmm, guess they should have ordered more!) When she brought out my waffle she brought out fleischman’s butter, which she said was made from corn. I wasn’t sure if she meant lactose free or completely dairy free (it sounded sketchy to me), so I didn’t eat it. After getting butter on my plate and on my eggs at ‘Ohana, I was leary. I like not getting a scratchy throat, sneezing, and headaches.
Van’s waffles and pure maple syrup.
Overall, I’d give it a 7 out of 10. Service and food were OK. Nothing spectacular, but not terrible either.