So you want to be a local in Oahu? This is the place where all the locals go. Irifune is about a half mile away from the main strip of Waikiki. Always crowded by the locals, this is definitely a good eats, good value place. Ono's is just down the street, but I would stop by Irifune before even stepping foot into Ono's.
I had the Seared garlic ahi with capers for dinner, and I would have to say that has to be the best Ahi I've ever had. The recipe is simple and the combanition of the garlic butter with the capers over a bed of fresh spinach will be an ever favorite hit. The wait is long on very busy nights. BYOB, and they don't mind. Actually they don't serve alcohol so its fine to bring whatever alcholic beverage you like.
This is definitely a stop whenever you come to Oahu. An ever local favorite. You too can be a local, and by the time you're done, you'll be speaking pigeon in no time.
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