The decor of this place is classic Italian, right down to the checkered tablecloths. It attracts large groups, both families and off-duty Navy boys. ... More
The decor of this place is classic Italian, right down to the checkered tablecloths. It attracts large groups, both families and off-duty Navy boys. The house specialties are homemade ravioli, lasagna and cannelloni. The rotisserie chicken cannot be topped, and the pizza menu is terrific. A carafe of house wine costs $12.50. There is a cozy bar that gets pretty rowdy at times, but the main dining room will shield you from the noise.
Bravo's is a fun eating place. I ventured away from my normal spaghetti & meatballs and tried the homemade ravioli and it was great. I got it with half cream sauce and half marinara because I wanted to try both versions.
Garlic bread is the BEST !!
I LOOOVE this place. I ate there three times a week while I was pregnant. The calamari and shrimp linguini with cream and tomato sauce is really great and the portions are large enough to share the plate ($13.00), especially if you have the free garlic rolls!!! My family has been searching for food this great since we left Oahu but nothing comes close!
While living in Hawaii, my husband and I frequented Bravo's. It is awesome especially the garlic rolls they give you before your meal, yum!! We definetly can't wait to return to the islands and hit our favorite casual spot, Bravo's.
I had the pleasure of eating at Bravo several times when I was in Honolulu visiting a relative. The food was excellent, the Hostesses and the waiters,waitresses were friendly and efficient, and the decor was perfect for the type of restaurant. It was, by far, the best restaurant I ate at, and we ate at many!!!!
Knowing nothing about Bravo Restaurant, we decided to try it because we wanted Italian food. Our waitress was very helpful, friendly and efficient. We were all extremely pleased with our meal selections and the great service, and we returned to the restaurant a number of times before leaving the island. We're still raving about the delicious dinner rolls; none of us having tasted rolls like these previously. Eating again at Bravo will be on our schedule of things we must do when we return to Hawaii in the future.
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