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Area Dining in Waikiki and Honolulu

Doraku Sushi
Doraku Sushi

Located in the Royal Hawaiian Center, this unconventional Waikiki sushi spot features specialty sushi rolls and Japanese dishes along with creative cocktails. Sample favorites such as Tuna Tataki, the riceless Emperor Roll, or the Cuban Beef roll, and be sure to stop by for happy hour specials.

Wolfgang's Steakhouse

For a lavish lunch, classy night out, or stellar happy hour specials, make your way to Wolfgang's Steakhouse in Waikiki. You'll find mouthwatering steaks, decadent lobster mac-n-cheese, crab cakes, and grilled fish. Pair your meal with wine or cocktails and always save room for New York Cheesecake.

chocolate souffle
Roy's Waikiki

Roy's is well-known for their Hawaiian Fusion Cuisine, pairing local flavors with European technique. You'll find fresh island fish (try the Whole Crispy Fish), delicious sushi, creamy sauces, and signature cocktails. Do not leave without trying dessert, especially the Upside Down Pineapple Cake and the Chocolate Souffle.

Goma Tei Ramen
Goma Tei

In the mood for noodles? With convenient locations in Ala Moana Center and at the International Market Place, this popular-among-locals ramen restaurant is known for its tan tan ramen, made with a rich sesame broth and tender pork. You'll also find delicious Japanese style curry and crispy gyoza on the menu - these favorites are not to be missed!

Leonard's malasadas
Leonard's Bakery

This legendary Kapahulu Avenue bakery is renowned for one especially sweet treat: the malasada. While this airy Portuguese donut may not have a hole, it has a huge following. Come early to grab a dozen of these sugar-coated, fluffy on the inside delights, fresh from the oven. Don't forget to browse the bakery for other goodies that will surely make you swoon.