A Perennial winner of Honolulu Magazine's Hale 'Aina Award (the people's choice). Hy's Steak House, one of the best known steakhouses in Hawaii, has ... More
Hy's Steak House
A Perennial winner of Honolulu Magazine's Hale 'Aina Award (the people's choice). Hy's Steak House, one of the best known steakhouses in Hawaii, has been a tradition in Waikiki for a quarter century and continues to be a favorite with visitors and locals alike.
Excellent atmosphere and service. Classic dark wood interior and low lighting. Staff in formal attire. Starched linen and proper silverware. Food is good, but not great. Great wine list. A nice experience. If you think Zippys is fine dining or if you are vacationing in Hawaii to save money, then I don't recommend you come to Hys..If you are looking to be spoiled a bit and don't mind dropping a C note or two, its a nice splurge. Anniversary, birthday, big date, yeah come.
It's great. One of our favorite places anywhere. Service is top-notch. Food is excellent. Try the place and you'll go back. Maybe you won't have to sit next to the idiots that posted reviews saying they'd have a better time eating spam-musubi, or the other dummy complaining that their screwdriver was too strong...
The best steak house I have ever been to. My boyfriend and I made reservations the last night we were in town. I am glad we did so because we would definitly be dissapointed w/ the other restaurants if we were to go there first. The food was very balanced in flavor. I loved the steak, rice pilaf, veggies... the list goes on. Try the bananas foster!!! The only thing I didnt care for is some of the guest. If you go to expirience Hy's please know that there is a dress code. I am a very down to earth person who wanted to expirence a very elegent, classy atmosphere. It was kinda hard to enjoy when a couple of tables down from us a lady was trying to keep her newborn child quiet by standing up and rocking her baby barefoot wearing blue jeans in the restaurant I will say she was also wearing a dress too?? I personally would have lost the jeans and just wore the dress and kept my shoes on... I know I might sound a little harsh and I dont mean to be.. It's just if you have ever been to Hy's you will know how important it is to stick w/ the dress code. Please keep the kids home!!! I am a mother of two and I know how important it is to have some alone time. Please find a babysitter before considering taking the young ones out w/ you.. I think most parents would agree if they have ever been to Hy's. It is very much an adult atmosphere and children would be very bored.
I loved this and i ate there for my birthday. I loved the caesar salad and the steak neptune and the service was amazing. you could tell it was fresh because of the chef cooking in front of you. the guitarist has been there for a good 25 years and I can't wait to go back.
Can we say OVERATED. I wasnt impressed. Its a beautiful restaurant in downtown Waikiki. The service was nice. My husband had the steak and king crab legs and I had steak and lobster. We had stuffed mushrooms before the meal which were alright. My steak was overcooked and dry. My husband did say his screwdriver was strong, and his king crab legs were good and cracked for him. Its a pretty fancy restaurant and by far the most expensive Weve ever gone too but we wont ever go again.
Hy's is one of our favorite fine dining restaurants. The service is great and we love the food. I especially like the kiawe grilled rack of lamb. When it came to our table, the waiter cut it and asked if it was done to my specification. It was. It was juicy, tender and full of flavor. The portion was rather large (we ended up taking some home). We also had french onion soup and my wife had a couple of appetizers (which were delicious and fairly filling). It is rather pricey, but then again it is fine dining and I think it's worth it.
had a group dinner there recently, and would not reccomend it. the service was impeccable, but that was it. the food was average at best, and the ambiance inside the restaurant made me feel like i traveled back in time to the 70's. i would have enjoyed eating spam musubis at the 711 or abc store more than eating one of their overpriced dishes.
My family celebrates January 1st of each new year at Hy's, it has become tradition! We love the smell of the smoked filled air of the steaks grilling as we enter the lobby of the restaurant. From that moment on, the pampering begins. Crab cakes to start, chateaubriand with bearnaise sauce, to bananas foster~of course a bottle of Heitz Cellar Cabernet Sauvignon! We try not to over indulge with the cheese bread, I have been guilty of over doing it and gotten stuffed. From the valet to the server's assistant service is always impeccable. 2007 is nearing and yes we will start the new year dining at Hy's~this tradition will carry on!
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