Current Time

Currency

restaurants

View As:
|
|
next

Oahu restaurants

Restaurants in Oahu—concentrated in Honolulu and Waikiki—offer a dizzying array of options. You could spend an entire week just eating your way through the Ala Moana Shopping Center, which houses Rokkaku and Tsujiki Fish Market, a grand sushi buffet inspired by the famous Tokyo fish market. Hawaii's celebrity chefs all have their showplaces on the island, including Alan Wong's, Chef Mavro and DK (Kodama)'s Steakhouse, many of them exemplars of "Hawaii regional cuisine," which favors gussied-up versions of favorite local dishes. To sample the flavors that inspire them (for a quarter of the price), seek out Side Street Inn or Me's Bar-B-Que, both low on ambiance but high on value. If you're looking for oceanfront romance, the restaurants in Oahu's top hotels—the Halekulani, the Kahala Resort, and the Turtle Bay Resort—are sure bets.

A caveat for vegetarians and the health-conscious: Hawaii chefs tend to be generous with their salt and red meat.

Sort By:
Alan Wong's, Honolulu

This James Beard Award–winning chef (who you might have seen on the season finale of the 2006 Top Chef) doesn't rest on his laurels. His dining room may...more

Editors' Pick
Chef Mavro, Honolulu

One of Oahu's top restaurants is the domain of chef George Mavrothalassitis (who thankfully used his nickname). Set in a residential neighborhood of Honolulu,...more

Editors' Pick
D.K. Steakhouse, Honolulu

Dry-aged steaks cooked to perfection, plus a view overlooking Waikiki Beach, have made this place a major hit since it opened in the fall of 2004. D.K. Kodama...more

Editors' Pick
Duke's Waikiki, Honolulu

You might scoff at the idea of a surfing-themed restaurant, but Duke's (named after Hawaiian legend Duke Kahanamoku) is actually one of the best bets in...more

Editors' Pick
Hiroshi Eurasian Tapas, Honolulu

As the name implies, the draw here is small plates meant to be shared. Chef Hiroshi Fukui's menu has lots of sample-worthy creations, such as filet mignon...more

Editors' Pick
Kakaako Kitchen, Honolulu

Set inside the Ward Center shopping mall, across the street from Starbucks and a giant movie-theater complex, Kakaako is a gentle reminder that you're still in...more

Editors' Pick
Me's Bar-B-Que, Honolulu

Follow the UPS drivers, hotel staffers, and off-duty strippers to this Waikiki hole in the wall—it's the perfect place for cheap, super-tasty comfort...more

Editors' Pick
Morimoto Waikiki, Honolulu

Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto has arrived in Hawaii with his usual pomp and circumstance, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the Waikiki Edition hotel. Sure,...more

Editors' Pick
OLA, Kahuku

Where the rinky-dink beach concession stand of Turtle Bay Resort once stood, this sexy open-air restaurant now lets the waves practically lap at your table. Ola...more

Editors' Pick
The Pineapple Room by Alan Wong, Honolulu

Affordable and very popular with the locals, the Pineapple Room is a great place to sample chef Alan Wong's accessible classics, such as crispy Asian slaw,...more

Editors' Pick
Results 1-10 of 15  |   1 2 next
Information may have changed since date of publication. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.

My Concierge.com

Advertisement

I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement to its User Agreement, Privacy Policy, and Mobile Terms and Conditions.

 
iPhone App:

Create personalized postcards out of your favorite travel photos!

Learn More ›
Subscribe to our free RSS feeds:

Get the latest destinations picks, hot hotel lists, travel deals and blog posts automatically added to your newsreader or your personalized homepage.

Learn More ›

Advertisement

Special Advertisement

Contests, Sweepstakes & Promotions

SEND TO MY PHONE

Send  to your phone!




Don’t show this box again.
This information will be sent directly to your phone and waiting for you in a text message. Simple click on the url in that message or browse concierge.com/mydestinations on your phone.
Need more help? Our FAQ may contain the answer you need.
Never want to type in your cell phone number again?
Register now with Concierge.com and you'll be able to save your number and enjoy other great features like this.
I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement to its User Agreement , Privacy Policy, and mobile terms and conditions. Standard text messaging rates apply.
SUBMIT