Popular Diner Chain Is Serving MASSIVE Slabs Of Tiki Toast For Hawaiian Foods Week FoodBeast July 2, 2018 Spread the love MASSIVE Tiki Toast | Broken Yolk Café This French toast is made with MASSIVE wedges of King's Hawaiian bread 😍 Posted by Foodbeast on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 Hawaiian Foods Week is here, meaning that around the country, restaurants will be gearing up and adding a ton of aloha to some island-inspired favorites. San Diego-based breakfast favorite, Broken Yolk Café will be doing just that, by offering a wide array of breakfast and lunch items that cater to the Hawaiian palate. Broken Yolk is teaming up with King’s Hawaiian for the weeklong celebration, utilizing the cult-favorite sweet bread in a variety of savory and decadent meals. The headliner dish of Broken Yolk’s special menu is Tiki Toast. This island spin on French Toast is made with three extra thick slices of King’s Hawaiian sweet bread rounds, topped with fresh strawberries, blueberries, shredded coconut, caramel drizzle and powdered sugar. Other items Broken Yolk will have available are as follows: Coconut Crusted French Toast: Three slices of King’s Hawaiian bread rolled in shredded coconut and drizzled with a sweet milk glaze. The Aloha Veggie Burger: A Beyond Burger patty with grilled pineapple, lettuce, tomato, onions, and mayo. Topped with King’s Hawaiian Original Sweet Pineapple BBQ Sauce. Served on a King’s Hawaiian bun with your choice of fries or rings. Luau Pulled Pork Slider: Pulled pork topped with King’s Hawaiian Smoked Bacon BBQ sauce, cole slaw, and tangy pineapple relish. Served on King’s Hawaiian slider buns and your choice of fries or onion rings. And a Pineapple Coconut Mimosa to wash everything down. Broken Yolk’s menu showcases the versatility of King’s Hawaiian breads with some creative island twists on diner classics. You’re gonna want to sample them all to get the most out of Hawaiian Foods Week. The Broken Yolk x King’s Hawaiian special menu will be available June 1-July 31 at all of the chain’s nationwide locations.