Mud Hen Water in Kaimuki serves brunch and dinner, but the sourdough banana pancakes and pork sisig make it one of our favorite brunches in Honolulu.
Martha ChengNovember 18, 2022
Fort Ruger Market is where you can eat poke bowls topped with not just fish, but also crispy-skinned lechon.
Yama's is a takeout-only spot in Moiliili that highlights local food like Puerto Rican pastele and kalua pig.
Giovanni's Shrimp Truck is located in Kahuku and serves some of the best garlic shrimp in Oahu.
If you only drink one mai tai in Hawaii, make it the classic one from House Without A Key in Waikiki.
Sushi ii is an excellent omakase option in Honolulu that also offers creative cooked dishes.
Nature is a cozy French-Japanese restaurant in Waikiki.
Helena's is a busy spot in Kalihi, but the Hawaiian food is our favorite on the island and worth the wait.
Maguro Brothers makes poke that highlights the freshest fish.