Restaurants in Makakilo

Up to 57% Off Sushi and Drinks

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

50% Off Chinese Food at Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant

Honolulu

$30 $15

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Chinese and Hongkongese specialties include eggplant with garlic sauce, sweet-and-sour pork, and traditional steamed buns

24% Off Four-Course Dinner at Chef Chai

Ala Moana - Kakaako

$131 $99

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Elaborate meals commence with chicken satay and flatbread, followed by an appetizer platter, an osso bucco and salmon entree, and a dessert

52% Off Korean Cuisine at Chogajib Korean Restaurant

Ala Moana - Kakaako

$25 $12

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Eatery serves traditional Korean stews, noodle dishes, and pancakes made from fresh vegetables, meats, and seafood

Up to 53% Off Asian Food and Beer at Tsukiji Lounge

Ala Moana Shopping Center

$70.49 $33

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Enjoy Asian-style nachos, spicy-tuna rolls, a chicken salad & garlic chicken, then wash it all down with a pitcher of Bud Light or Heineken

50% Off Japanese-Infused Food at 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

Up to 34% Off Hawaiian Local Cuisine at 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

53% Off Malassadas and Espresso at Agnes' Portuguese Bake Shop

Kailua

$33.90 $16

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Fresh Portuguese donuts are the star of the menu at this full-service bakery, which also serves up breads, rolls, cakes, and pastries

Up to 50% Off Pizza at Round Table Pizza

Kailua

$15 $7.50

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Dough spinners have hand-rolled made-from-scratch dough, grated three-cheese blend, and fresh sauce

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Menus and pricing may vary slightly between Chuck's Restaurants's three locations—Ko 'Olina, Waikiki, and Waikiki Beach—but all three meld upscale cuts and catches with a casual atmosphere, obviating the awkward sight of a tuxedo jacket thrown over a Garfield-print aloha shirt. Open lava-rock grills send meaty aromas to gallantly guide diners to the all-you-can-eat salad bar offered with every entree. On any given night, an array of veggies might be escorted by soupy sidekicks such as seafood chowder, french onion, or tomato vegetable. A herd of aged USDA Prime–grade steaks graze with the teriyaki sirloin, which soaks for 48 hours in a house-made marinade before reaching your plate. Chuck's fish-finaglers hook the catch of the day from local waters, presenting a line of island fish such as hebi, opah, or ahi, served grilled or sautéed (market value). Several variations on surf 'n' turf unite feuding sectors of the culinary kingdom by wedding prime rib (starting at $28.75) to lobster tail (market value), and sirloin (starting at $24.50) to scallops ($28.50). Most meals range $20–$40.

92-161 Waipahe Place
Kapolei,
HI
US

Recognized by the Pacific Business News as "the only known all-vegetarian natural foods store in Hawaii," Down to Earth serves the island communities with all-vegetarian, organic and natural products. Down to Earth also earned the Honolulu Star-Advertiser's award as the best health food store. Browse Down to Earth’s overflowing cornucopia of fresh-from-the-ground brands including Alvarado St. Bakery's multigrain bread ($5.09) and italian sausage from Turtle Island Foods ($5.49) whose pork flavor masquerades in a Tofurky overcoat and a Richard Nixon mask. Down to Earth also houses a vegetarian deli designed to satiate hand-held hunger pangs. Nosh on the Reuben ($7.99), with its savory mélange of vegetarian salami and swiss cheese, or the indonesian wrap ($7.99), which snuggles together marinated tofu with mung sprouts and peanut sauce in a whole-wheat sleeping bag. Refreshing ice cream shakes ($4.99 for 16 oz.) and all-fruit smoothies ($4.99 for 16 oz.) stand by to extinguish the flames of a powerful thirst or a pet dragon's hiccups.

4460 Kapolei Pkwy
Kapolei,
HI
US

Within the Marriott Ihilani resort, the calm of a serene Japanese garden washes over neighboring Ushio-Tei. There, the chefs skip typical American takes on Japanese cuisine in favor of more adventurous items, such as natto, fermented soybeans that pair with slices of raw calamari or Pacific tuna. Black tiger prawns crackle in thin coats of tempura in the fryer, and maki rolls conceal freshwater eel, mango, and pearlescent slivers of pickled daikon radishes. The scent of teriyaki sauce fills the air as knives flick through local veggies and Japanese plum, and chefs steam Maine lobsters with a garlic butter sauce similar to the substance that makes hockey rinks slippery.

92-1001 Olani St
Kapolei,
HI
US

If you’ve ever watched the TV show Lost or seen the movie Pirates of the Caribbean, you are already familiar with the handiwork available at Exquisite Auto Detail. Highly visible clients often turn to the full-service detail shop for vehicular care, which is consistently meticulous regardless of whether the staff is handling exotic and collectible cars or everyday rides. In addition to cleaning services that include one-, two-, and three-step buffing, clay-bar applications, paint-sealant treatments, and luxurious wash-and-wax packages, the technicians perform window tinting, paintless dent removal, and auto painting.

2045 Lauwiliwili St, Ste 607
Kapolei,
HI
US

Thai Kitchen takes patrons on a magic floating market ride with a menu of authentic dishes and house specialties. Meal rockets launch with a slurp of house specialty lemongrass soup ($8.50–$12.95) or a crunch of crispy shrimp tempura, which is available only on the weekends and Martian federal holidays ($10.95). The classically noodle-ridden Pad Thai comes crowned with proteins of the land or sea ($9.50–$10.50), and the dish dubbed “Evil” arrives as a cackling platter of chicken, pork, or beef simmered in coconut milk on a bed of cabbage grown to the soundtrack of backward-playing Beatles albums ($9.50). Desserts such as Thai tapioca pudding with coconut milk ($2.95) end meals on a saccharine chord, while traditional Thai iced coffees and teas ($2.95) keep sweet teeth humming throughout the meal.

94-300 Farrington Hwy
Waipahu,
HI
US

Featured on the Food Network, Chef Elmer Guzman harvests the sea’s bounty to proffer a menu that combines polyflavorful batches of the classic Hawaiian dish, poke, with other varieties of sea fare at Poke Stop, a combination seafood market and upscale eatery. Marinated cubes of tender raw fish dance with Hawaiian sea salt and seaweed, sashaying across a near-infinite spectrum of ingredient possibilities to help the chef keep more than 25 varieties of freshly prepared and chilled poke in stock at any given time. Try the spicy Korean octopus poke for internat ional ocean zing, or take a smaller leap of food faith with one of several salmon varieties ($8.99–$14.99/ lb.). Chef Guzman’s Asian-food expertise graces dishes such as the deconstructed sushi bowl, piled high with blackened ahi sashimi and Asian shrimp, with a garnish of ginger and grated metanarratives ($9.95). A coating of the chef’s house blend of herbs and spices prepares an island fish for blackening in the fires of culinary acumen ($8.95), and the seafood combo pits seared island poke against furikaki salmon belly in a struggle for savory supremacy ($7.95).

94-050 Farrington Hwy
Waipahu,
HI
US