We were not sure to pick this one or to go to one of the fancy restaurants in Waikiki. We are so glad we took this one! Not as touristic as Waikiki. We needed to wait 1.5 hour before we had a table, but that...More
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My brother and sister-in-law took us to this location for dinner! My brother is a big fan of the PRIME RIB, and I see why. Aside from the famous PRIME RID dish, I had Furikake crusted catch of the day (I ate all my catch...More
Pleasantly surprised to find upon arrival that brunch buffet was under way, the restaurant overlooks haiku gardens, and what a joyous and peaceful atmosphere. The prime rib/omelette station worker was singing and dancing along to reggae. There was plenty of seafood and items like kahlua...More
WOW! The drive over from Honolulu was pretty amazing and beautiful on its own. Around sheer cliffs, through a tunnel, and then through a neighborhood or two. There were seven of us and I think we had the best seat in the house overlooking the...More
It was crowded and not cheap, but so very worth it! All-you-can eat brunch in a gorgeously decorated restaurant and open-air walls overlooking a pond and garden... what is NOT to enjoy? The food was tasty, but not exceptional (although the desserts were close to...More
Beautiful place! If you choose to go to Haleiwa Joes, choose to go to their Kaneohe location! You will be surrounded by nature. The staff is pleasant. And the food is good : Hawaiian, American style. A little expensive but what is not in Oahu?
We ate here one evening and arrived around 6pm. The wait was an hour but very worth it. Many different selections of fresh fish. The cost for 3 with no alcohol was around $100.
We had a party of four, so we didn't expect service to be slow, but it was. When it arrived, the food was good, but not exceptional. One of the better restaurants in the area, so don't hesitate to stop in.