Tucked away in a quiet corner in the municipal lot in Kaimuki is officially the only Himalayan restaurant in the state. The ambiance is casual, simple ... More
Tucked away in a quiet corner in the municipal lot in Kaimuki is officially the only Himalayan restaurant in the state. The ambiance is casual, simple and even al fresco, and the service is attentive and patient. The restaurant specialty is the Goa Shrimp, a country-style dish that features coconut milk and cilantro with a wildly complex sauce of tumeric, ginger and red chilies. It's a good choice for the shy who want to tread carefully into this wonderful realm of Asian cuisine. - Lottie Tagupa
This is an interesting place to eat. Himalayan food is similar to Indian food, but there are some unique things to Himalaya on the menu. Our waiter was very helpful, pointing out her favorites from each menu section. What makes it interesting is it bustles with activity and the food comes pretty fast. Some things we tried were very tasty, some things were just ok.They don't have a liquor license, but BYOB is free. If you go there on Friday or Saturday make reservations and go early. The restaurant doesn't fill up so early, but that miserable Kaimuki parking lot does.
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 ...
You are the chef at this eatery. You can pick and poke at steak, ribs, chicken and fresh fish as
it all sizzles on your own personal grill. If you'd rather not be your own chef, the restaurant can ...
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 ...