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Located in the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, this steakhouse is stylish and upscale. Specializing in steaks, this restaurant has a private dry aging room that produces prime steaks with a distinctive rich flavor. Steaks are butchered and cooked to order. Dining at this steakery is not an inexpensive experience, but for the typical tab, the service reigns as some of the best on the island. The menu also includes a good selection of seafood, chicken and pasta, but the veal chop is probably the best in the state. Parking is free in the shopping center parking lot. Reservations are highly recommended.
Located in the classically elegant Moana Surfrider Hotel, this is a gourmet Waikiki dining option. Teak and rare Hawaiian Koa wood in the decor is used to provide a dramatic yet calm effect. The menu features steak and fresh seafood prepared with Pacific Rim influences. Many knowledgeable diners in Honolulu think this place has one of the best culinary presentations in town. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea.
Located adjacent to the main lobby and perched on the sixth floor overlooking the landscaped expanse of the neighboring Fort DeRussy, this restaurant features an alfresco setting, enjoyable views, and modern lines with contemporary earth tones. It's a multi-purpose eatery that starts with early morning selections of eggs Benedict, pastries and omelets. Lunch selections include creative salads and sandwiches, and dinner entrees include pasta, fish and Japanese specialities. On Friday evenings, it's the most stylish and trendiest spot to gather with friends at sunset over one of those marvellous Trump signature cocktails, and also affords a great vantage point of the fireworks show at Duke Kahanamoku beach.
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.