Various disciplines of Japanese culinary art are featured at this elegant restaurant in the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center . The ambiance is elegant ... More
Various disciplines of Japanese culinary art are featured at this elegant restaurant in the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center . The ambiance is elegant and cosmopolitan. There is a sushi bar and the Washoku Room, where diners can cook their own shabu shabu at inlaid grills. Daily lunch and dinner specials are available (except during the busiest seasons), as well as a Teppanyaki special that changes monthly.
I have eaten at this restaurant a couple times over the last couple years and found it enjoyable. I recently took my wife and she was unimpressed. The Teppan-yaki style cooking is very Japanese-traditional without the flair of the western versions. To get the full courses you get at the western style hibachi restaurants you will pay through the nose.
On the upside, it is very low key and popular with Japanese tourists. It feels very much like you are in a restaurant in Tokyo. A nice change of pace from the packed restauants of Waikiki.
Simple, sophisticated and peaceful, this is a welcome retreat from the hectic rush of Waikiki. It caters to an almost
entirely Japanese clientele, although some Western tourists wander in from time to time. Order a la carte or opt ...
Located in the Pacific Beach Hotel, 26 feet below the surface of the ocean, this restaurant has a view like
no other. It features a 280,000 gallon, three story aquarium with acrylic windows that are four to seven inches ...
The three spacious dining rooms here are almost always packed with tourists and residents alike. In addition to regional Mandarin,
Szechuan and Cantonese dishes, the restaurant serves excellent prime rib and a great lobster and crab combination. One must ...