1.Helena’s Hawaiian Food
At this fluorescent-li, no-frills restaurant that was opened in 1946 by a beautiful and talented chef, you will find Hawaii’s classic soul food.
Specialties at Helena's Hawaiian Food are Helena’s legendary pipikaula—meaty short ribs dried and then pan-fried, kalua pig ( Hawaiian-style, smoky pulled pork) and poi (thinned and taro milled into a puddinglike consistency).
Helena's Hawaiian Food is located in Honolulu, United States. https://www.helenashawaiianfood.com/index.html
At Senia, you will find food at any price and made with impeccable technique.
For 185$ per person, you can make a reservation and see what the craftsmanship chefs Anthony Rush and Chris Kajioka are capable of while you will be facing the immaculate open kitchen.
If you dine in the main dining room, prices are available offering among others bone marrow that is served with tiny house-made Hawaiian rolls and beef cheek marmalade.
Senia is built on a base of friendship with a mutual passion for hospitality and luxury.
You are invited to share a good time with us and taste our well-crafted drinks and delicious food.
Our beautiful restaurant is located at 75 N King St, Honolulu, HI 96817, United States. http://restaurantsenia.com/
3.Koko Head Cafe
Located in a warm neighborhood dinner space, Koko Head Cafe is a cheerful morning destination.
If you didn't know by now, Hawaii is a melting pot of Asian influences, thanks to the Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Filipino laborers who were brought in to work on the pineapple and sugar plantations beginning in the 1850s.
Koko Head Cafe pays special honor to these cultures refreshingly contemporary takes, such as cinnamon and cheddar croutons, miso-marinated fish served with custardy-soft scrambled eggs or breakfast congee (rice porridge) with pork three ways.
You can find Koko Head Cafe at 1145 12th Ave C, Honolulu, HI 96816, United States. http://kokoheadcafe.com/
4.Mahina and Sun’s
The extraordinary menu of Mahina and Sun’s provided by chef Ed Kenney focuses on sustainable and local seafood as well the very best ingredients from Oahu’s farmlands – for brekkie, lunch, dinner, and drinks.
You can order for desert a delightful tropical fruit pavlova and the Mahina’s Family Feast; a whole fried fish served with fixings including pohole (fiddlehead fern) salad and buttered ulu (breadfruit) for dinner.
Find us here 412 Lewers St, Honolulu, HI 96815, United States.
5.The Pig and the Lady
The fantastic menu of this stunning restaurant melds Southeast Asian and Vietnamese flavors with modern delicacy.
The Pig and the Lady are famous for all the celebrities that stopped by for at least one meal in the noisy dining room like Ben Affleck and President Obama.
For lunch, we offer bean sprouts, served with a side of pho broth for dipping or the French pho dip—meltingly soft slices of brisket paired with a Thai basil chimichurri.
You can find us here 83 N King St, Honolulu, HI 96817, United States.
At the center of this excellent restaurant, you will find Nomu, a luxury whiskey bar, and surrounding it are eateries for the Japanophile: matcha drinks and yummy dessert at Nana’s Green Tea and a “Ramen Road,” including tsukumen-style ramen at Tsuji.
You are welcome to visit this unique food destination in the heart of Waikiki on the island of Oahu.
Find us here at 2250 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815, United States.
Ethel’s Grill is a mix of the mishmash of cultures and an ode to sumo wrestlers that makes Hawaii so extraordinary.
Our menu offers you the chance to choose from the playful taco rice, a kimchee poke bowl, and hamburger steak, topped with grated daikon to cut through the richness.
Find Ethel’s Grill here at 232 Kalihi St, Honolulu, HI 96819, United States.
8.Beet Box Cafe
Beet Box Cafe is one of the few vegetarian restaurants in Oahu.
Here the plates vary form a curry vegetable scramble to the portabella sandwich and are so unique that even carnivores make Beet Box a regular habit.
Beet Box offers a vegetarian and organic breakfast, as well as lunch, served in an informal and colorful setting.
Find us here 66-437 Kamehameha Hwy #104, Haleiwa, HI 96712, United States.
Every breakfast has its twist on pancakes at Kailua, on the Windward side of Oahu that is the island’s brunch destination.
If you visit this spectacular restaurant, don't miss the comforting Japanese ochazuke, the Kailua eggs, tea poured over rice—but here with bacon and cabbage broth. And much more.
Over Easy is small and extremely popular, so be prepared to wait.
You can find us here 418 Kuulei Rd #103, Kailua, HI 96734, United States.
Ahi Assassins, located on the second floor of a commercial building has the most excellent poke in Hawaii. Owners Erika Schade and Josh Schade bring in fresh ahi—sometimes tuna that they’ve caught themselves and break it down into ruby red cubes for their poke, available over rice as a poke bowl or by the pound.
You can find this stunning take-out place specializing in locally caught fish for poke bowls with various sauces here 2570 S Beretania St, Honolulu, HI 96826, United States.