Although the view, and food is good here, service is pretty bad. Sure, it's a bit pricey, but I thought the pasta dishes and the salad were pretty good. But when the waitress throws down the plates (literally!) in front of you, and makes no apology for bringing the wrong dishes, I really think it's a matter of bad management.
We had dinner at Longhi's on a Friday night in February. Previously we'd only had breakfast at this restaurant and the one in Lahaina. Great views of Waikiki and the fireworks display. We had a wonderful dinner of filet mignon and fresh fish longhi style. The food was absolutely fantastic. Great wine suggestion. Dessert was awesome. Overall it was a wonderful dining experience. We will definitely go back and will recommend Longhi's to our friends.
we spend over $150 for dinner ,the food and service was awful, we complainted about the overdone fish but the server just didn't do anything. ala moana's $10 foodcourt plate lunch is much better than this, don't waste your money, will not return back.
It's near Waikiki, across from Ala Moana beach park, about 4 stories above the ground. Pricey? A little bit. But the breakfast view of the water is great.Take your binoculars, and watch the early surfers, paragliders and sailboats traverse the southern side of the island while eating steak and eggs and other filling meals. You're in paradise, so why hurry? Enjoy a relaxing time and pleasant view while you eat. Sunday morning seating fills up closer to 10AM.
This place plays at being super trendy. If you have lots of money to throw away and don't care what you get in return, then this place is for you. I had dinner there and dropped about $200 for two people. The food was real disappointing - bland and poorly prepared. Wine prices are dear. Go somewhere else. This place is a ripoff.
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