Restaurants in Hawaii

Hawaiian Local Cuisine at Kaka'ako Kitchen (Up to 34% Off). Two Options Available.

Kaka'ako Kitchen

Ala Moana - Kakaako

$10 $7

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Executive Chef Russell Siu uses locally sourced meats and produce to craft Hawaiian-style dishes, such as kalua pork sandwiches

$25 for $50 Worth of Teppanyaki-Style Meat and Seafood on Monday–Thursday at Kobe Steak House

Kobe Steak House

Waikiki

$50 $25

Witness the deft, artistic moves of teppanyaki chefs as they grill morsels of meat, seafood, and garden-fresh vegetables on tableside grills

Local Hawaiian-Style Food and Drinks at Pau Hana Lounge (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Pau Hana Lounge

Kalihi - Palama

$30 $15

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Local Hawaiian-style food such as Hawaiian plate lunches, pastele stew, kalbi, shoyu chicken, pork chops, salads, tofu, and barbecue

$8 for $16 Worth of Burgers at Honolulu Burger Co. on Beretania Street

Honolulu Burger Co.

Makiki - Lower Punchbowl - Tantalu

$16 $8

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Grass-fed, free-range beef from Hawaii serves as the foundation for specialty burgers topped with local produce when possible

$25.99 for a 5-Visit Punch Card for Dessert Crepes and Snowflake Combos at Aloha Crepes ($50 Value)

Aloha Crepes

Aiea

$50 $25.99

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Dessert crepes are stuffed with everything from chocolate and fruit to nuts and marshmallow; Snowflake combos taste like frozen cotton candy

Four-Course Dinner for Two or Four at Chef Chai (24% Off)

Chef Chai

Ala Moana - Kakaako

$131 $99

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The award-winning Chef Chaowasaree—executive chef for Hawaiian Airlines—crafts a 4-course meal of Asian-Hawaiian fusion dishes

Speciality Sushi Rolls and Drinks for Two or Four at M (Up to 57% Off)

M

Honolulu

$34 $15

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Soft-shell-crab roll with fried onions, california roll topped with spicy lobster, and other rolls served with drinks in a chic nightclub

$25 for $50 Worth of American Cuisine at Cafe Julia

Cafe Julia

Downtown Honolulu

$50 $25

Savory seafood crepes, hearty sandwiches, and old-school entrees such as slow-roasted prime rib

Moroccan and Lebanese Cuisine for Takeout or Dine-In Lunch at Kan Zaman (Up to 47% Off)

Kan Zaman

Downtown Honolulu

$15 $8

Savor traditional Middle Eastern delicacies, from baba ghanouj to baklava, at island's sole Moroccan and Lebanese restaurant

$10 for $20 Worth of Fire-Roasted Chicken and More at Diamond Head Kitchen

Diamond Head Kitchen

Honolulu

$20 $10

Fire-roasted chicken recipe developed over years of international travel served alongside burgers and acai bowls

$12 for $25 Worth of Thai Food at Olay’s Thai Food Express

Olay's Thai Food Express

Aiea

$25 $12

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Thai menu bridges the gap from traditional to exotic, serving up plates of pad thai, kabocha pumpkin curry, and deep-fried whole fish

$14 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $14 Worth of Poppers at Paul's Poppers (Up to $28 Total Value)

Paul's Poppers

Kalihi - Palama

$14 $7

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Each deep-fried bite is stuffed with inventive flavor combinations, like the Original's pork, jalapeno, and melted cheddar

$33 for $50 Worth of Sushi and Local Asian Cuisine at Corner Kitchen

Corner Kitchen

Diamond Head - Kapahulu - St. Louis

$50 $33

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Chefs combine traditional Asian cuisine with local recipes for poke and ribs before a backdrop of live, local musicians

Crepes or Shaved Ice at Aloha Crepes (Up to 49% Off). Two Options Available.

Aloha Crepes

Kaneohe

$20 $11

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Crepes are stuffed with everything from chocolate and fruit to grilled chicken; Snowflakes taste like a blend of ice cream and shaved ice

Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Banzai Sushi Bar (Up to 35% Off). Two Options Available.

Banzai Sushi Bar

North Shore Market Place

$60 $45

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Fresh fish forms the foundation for nigiri, maki, and sashimi paired with sake or bar drinks; projector shows surf videos while guests dine

Japanese-Infused Food for Two or Four at Violet's Grill (50% Off)

Violet's Grill

Kalihi - Palama

$20 $10

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Chefs can stir-fry veggies and meats; classic dishes include ahi katsu, shrimp tempura, and chicken teriyaki

Japanese Meal for Two with Drinks and Pupu Sampler or $15 for $30 Worth of Japanese Cuisine at Nagomi

Nagomi

Ala Moana - Kakaako

$30 $15

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Authentic Japanese dishes such as udon noodles loaded with pork belly, fried rice with garlic shrimp, and grilled teppanyaki rib eye

Select Local Merchants

Mai McDowell and her brothers have been nourishing local islanders with authentic Vietnamese dishes since 1982, when they opened the doors of their first restaurant—Annam House. In 2011, the restaurant moved to a new location under the name "Saigon Pearl," where the family continues to simmer up the soup, vermicelli, and rice dish recipes taught to them by their grandmother. Their bowls of beef, seafood, or vegetable pho noodle soups were highlighted by reporters from Star-Advertiser's Dining Out Hawaii. The staff also encourages visitors to sup in the sunlit dining room, where bottles of sriracha and hoisin sauces perch upon each tabletop.

1430 Kona St
Honolulu,
HI
US

In a mini mall off Farrington Highway, shoppers passing Futaba Restaurant’s modest façade might never guess the culinary gem they’ll discover inside. Co-owner and executive chef Tadao Nezu––who once cooked for the Imperial family of Japan, according to the Honolulu Advertiser––has spent more than three decades at Futaba Restaurant treating Hawaiian taste buds like royalty with Japanese cooking wizardry and golden scepters that double as chopsticks. Noodle dishes dominate the menu, which includes six varieties of udon and soba noodles mixed with shrimp tempura and egg, and saimin noodles made from scratch and tossed in in homemade broth. Diners can also sample more indulgent dishes, such as the manalta mori, a mix of fresh ahi, jumbo-shrimp tempura, beef teriyaki, and grilled saba.

94-235 Hanawai Cir
Waipahu,
HI
US

Tucked away in the Waikiki Landmark building, Little India Restaurant is stone's throw away from the Pacific Ocean, and its windows provide views of swaying palms and luxurious high rises. Inside, paintings of the jungle and mint green walls surround diners digging into what the chefs call "North Indian fusion cuisine," which allows grilled chicken and tender pork cutlet to be served with or without traditional Indian sauces such as coconut curry and tikka masala. While waiting on a tandoori salmon fillet to bake to a flaky pink, patrons can return the stares of the dining room's totem pole creatures of fanged beasts and fire-eyed animals.

1888 Kalakaua Ave, Ste C-106
Honolulu,
HI
US

Ton Ton Ramen’s soup broth—completed with a bouquet of top-secret herbs and spices—bubbles to fruition after hours of simmering local produce and traditional Japanese ingredients such as pork bones, lending it its signature robustness. The cooks then add tasty morsels of oxtail, chicken katsu, tofu, noodles, and soft-boiled eggs to create piquant and hearty meals. Beyond ramen, they also create their own gyoza dumplings in house and crown curried rice with beef, squid, and tiaras crafted from kimchi.

94-050 Farrington Hwy
Waipahu,
HI
US

The chefs at Chi-Town Deep Dish Pizza Co. fill the club they're housed inside, the Soho Mixed Media Bar, with the mouthwatering aroma of deep-dish pizza. When they’re not adorning thick pizzas with heaps of toppings, they stack fresh ingredients between bread to create italian-sausage sandwiches and open-faced pizza sandwiches. Guests can choose to enjoy their domestic beers and Chicago-style hot dogs served in the casual pizzeria or found skittering across the DJ’s turntables in the club.

80 S Pauahi St
Honolulu,
HI
US

The chefs at Raging Crab make seafood however their customers like it. All of the clams, crabs, shrimp and other seafood delicacies they make come in sundry seasonings, with spices ranging from hot ghost chili pepper to as mild as a sitcom starring a former professional athlete. Raging Crab’s main courses are served with sides such as cajun fries and rice, plus seasonings that include garlic butter, lemon pepper, spicy raging cajun, or a combination of all three.

Samsung Plz, 655 Keeaumoku St, Ste 101
Honolulu,
HI
US