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Chef George Mavrothalassitis brings his inspired fusion of Provencal French and nouveau Hawaiian cuisines to the table here. The menu is filled with such sinful dishes as foie gras with balsamic vinegar, egg truffle and diver scallops served alongside caviar. Three prix-fixe meals are available nightly, starting at USD 85 for a four-course meal and topping off at USD 175 per person for a 11-course meal with wine pairings. A la carte service is also available.
Enjoy panoramic views of Honolulu from a unique vantage point. Top of Waikiki is Honolulu's one and only revolving restaurant, it is definitely worth checking out. The entire dining area features large windows, to showcase the 360-degree views of Honolulu. Wowing diners since 1965, this beautiful retro restaurant serves the best of Pacific Rim cuisine that will take you through a wonderful culinary journey. Ideal for special occasions and date nights, Top of Waikiki will surely delight you.
This is a cozy place on a side street in Waikiki. The name means "little orange" in Italian, but how that relates to the restaurant's cuisine is anyone's guess. Since it's a little difficult to find, a good tip is to call first for directions. The cuisine is regional Italian. The food is great, featuring classic items such as Caesar salad and fresh lobster. The speciality of the house is a pizza prepared with shrimp, Maui onions, and more cheese than you really need.
This small elegant eatery is located in the upscale Beachwalk area of Waikiki. Classy and modern the restaurant offers indoor and outdoor seating and a menu that lends an Asian twist on traditional Italian menu. Selections includes Tuna and Bottarga “Peperoncino”, Seared Ahi Tuna and delightful list of delectable desserts. The flavors are simple and tempered for the Asian palate, but the dining experience is certainly much grander than this tiny restaurant.
Known for their delicious prime Black Angus beef and French cooking style, this swanky steakery has set up shop on the corner of Kalia and Saratoga Roads in Waikiki. The upscale restaurant has brought to Hawaii many of their most popular dishes, including a twenty-two ounce rib eye and a porterhouse steak enough for two. Seafood items are the best Hawaii has to offer, including Pacific Moi done in a unique Grenobloise style and island Opakapaka for two done in Chinese sauces. Leave the flip-flops in the hotel room and break out those designer duds for dinner at this showplace.
Dining at Michel's is an experience reserved only for the most special of occasions. Sunset dinner reservations are always in high demand and nothing less than collared shirts are expected. Besides your standard escargot and fois gras, there is fresh Steamed Island Onaga and Pimento Dusted Kona Kampachi that is done perfectly and served with the utmost finesse. The décor is done in pale colors with an emphasis on comfort with touches that make you feel you have been transported to the south of France, although the views are some of Hawaii's best. The large windows frame stunning views of the ocean and Waikiki, and the relaxing sound of waves crashing onshore are the backbeat to a romantic and special dining experience. Brunch available every first Sunday of the month from 10 AM to 1 PM.