This neighborhood eatery serves a variety of inexpensive, filling dishes. As with many Vietnamese restaurants, it exhibits a noticeable French ... More
This neighborhood eatery serves a variety of inexpensive, filling dishes. As with many Vietnamese restaurants, it exhibits a noticeable French influence; sandwiches can be made on croissants or fresh-baked French bread. On the Vietnamese side of the menu, one can find spring rolls and Pho, a Beef-Stock Soup. On the French side comes Pate and Crepes. The restaurant is located in an older neighborhood light-years away from flashy Waikiki. The service is quite helpful, if a bit harried.
they will steal your money and its not a restarant at night its a whore house dont go there they will tell you one price and after they will charge you more the owner is a layer never will do buss with them agen
The biggest reason everyone gathers at this beachfront restaurant is the music and the patio sunsets. The sound is "Contemporary
Hawaiian" and appeals to a youngish demographic. The food includes fresh fish, burgers and a tasty club sandwich. The ...
Being in this place is more like being in Japan than America. Of course, one could say that about many
places in Hawai'i but Shogun has actually won awards for it. The restaurant was named "Best Japanese" in the ...
In a city filled with Japanese restaurants, this one stands out. Located off the beaten tourist track in the Pagoda
Hotel on Rycroft Street, the large restaurant is a popular spot for locals and hotel guests. Many people choose ...