Honolulu Regional Cuisine
Located in the Chinatown area of Honolulu, this restaurant serves up comfortable casual dining with a cafe-style bar. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the menu has cocktails, sundaes, rib steaks and pork chops on it.
Using Hawaiian-grown produce and fresh meats, Alan Wong's Restaurant prepares and serves a variety of regional cuisine, including macadamia nut-coconut crusted lamb chops, kiawe wood grilled mahimahi and steamed shell fish. This restaurant is located on King Street and accepts reservations.
Hanohano- Located on the 30 floor of The Sheraton Waikiki, the award-winning dining room serves exquisite Continental and regional Hawaii fare, the menu is complemented by a first-class wine list featuring European vintages as well as select California wines.
This little restaurant is all about local and traditional Hawaiian cuisine. It offers tapas style dining including plates with crispy shrimp and lobster potstickers, garlic or salted edamame and grilled rib-eye steak.
Gordon Biersch Brewery and Restaurant features lunch, brunch and dinner menus that include mouth-watering entrées, pastas, salads, pizzas, sandwiches and desserts. A wide selection of white and red wines, hand crafted beers and cocktails are also available. Private dining areas are offered for business, social, family and wedding events as well. Ask for their seasonal menus and daily specials.
Specializing in Hawaiian Regional Cuisine, this restaurant provides three, four and six course meals that include items such as the Marbled Tako Salad, Roasted Kurobuta Pork, Onaga Filet and Chocolate Aux Epices. Caviar, selection of wines and a tasting menu is also available. Reservations can be made online or via telephone.
Experience Regional Hawaiian cuisines at Tiki's Grill & Bar. Diners can choose from an extensive lunch and dinner menu that features items such as kalua pig quesadilla, Hawaiian steak, Mongolian pork chop, seafood lasagna, fish of the day and more. Be sure to try the Liliko`i Cheesecake for dessert.
House Without a Key
Located in the Halekulani Hotel, this casual eatery features a bounty of international delights, including pupus (appetizers)and robust burgers. There is also hula demonstrations by former Miss Hawaii Kanoe Miller several times per week.
The Kakaako Kitchen features a Hawaiian Regional menu that includes such items as a seared ahi sandwich with tobiko (flying-fish roe) aioli, the signature charbroiled ahi steak, sandwiches, beef stew, salads, pasta, five-spice shoyu chicken and the popular meatloaf. The atmosphere is very relaxed and food is served on styrofoam plates.