I hope you enjoyed my Top Places To Eat on Oahu, Hawaii Part 1. And if you’re here for more food and drink recommendations, you’re in luck. I’ll be going over more of what this beautiful island has to offer! So if you want suggestions on places to eat on Oahu, Hawaii, keep reading!
Julie’z Restaurant // 590 Farrington Hwy #532, Kapolei, HI
Julie'z has a variety of delicious Filipino food!
We ordered: Lechon, Pinakbet, a lot of rice, Bangus, and lumpia of course! Everything was delicious! I highly recommend it!
Thelma’s Restaurant // 94-366 Pupupani St #116, Waipahu, HI
Thelma's is another great Filipino restaurant option. The restaurant has a variety of authentic Filipino dishes - everything we ordered was cooked perfectly!
We ordered their lumpia, turon, bangus, and pinakbet dishes.
We ended our meal with some halo halo -- highly recommended! 5 stars!
Yung Yee Kee Dim Sum // 1411 Kapiolani Blvd
Great food and even better prices! We ordered a variety of their dishes and shared everything. The wait can be long, but you won’t regret it.
Fresh Catch // 1113 Kapahulu Ave
Locally-style poke, seafood, plate lunches, stews, and soups are served at this deli-style restaurant. Recommended place for poke lovers!
Leonard’s Bakery // 933 Kapahulu Ave
Leonard's in Honolulu is a must-visit when in town -- this is a local and tourist favorite. They've been around since 1952 and are known for their malasadas, which are Portuguese donuts without holes. It is a favorite among both locals and tourists.
Workplay // 814 Ilaniwai St 1st floor
At Workplay, you'll find great food and drinks for both locals and tourists in the heart of Kaakako. There is also a happy hour and live music!
Margaritas // 808 Sheridan St. Ste. 111
Delicious Mexican food to share! Enjoy mouth-watering nachos and tequila flights as well as must-have margaritas.
Choi’s Garden // 1303 Rycroft St
Craving Korean BBQ? This contemporary restaurant serves Korean soups, stews & BBQ. Reservations are recommended!
Sir Do Rak // 655 Ke’eaumoku St
Sir Do Rak is another great Korean BBQ option. The restaurant is a locally owned and operated Korean BBQ restaurant located in Honolulu, Hawaii with an All-You-Can-Eat menu.
Lucky Belly // 50 N Hotel St
Ramen is their specialty, but they also offer mouthwatering dishes --
We began by sharing some apps, wafu steak, lobster shumai, and oxtail dumplings. After that, we ordered their classic ramen dishes: shrimp kimchee bowl and beast bowl (which has brisket, short ribs, and oxtail wontons)
It was a great dining experience - definitely stop by!
Ya-Ya’s Seafood // 508 Keawe St
Fresh seafood and meat options in the heart of Downtown Honolulu. You should order the Seafood Tower, which includes shrimp, lobster, scallops, shrimp, ceviche, and poke.
Sky Waikiki Raw & Bar // 2270 Kalakaua Ave
Open-air lounge atop a 19-story building featuring happy hour & light bites. Come for the views and stay for their poke nachos! Reservations are recommended!
Blind Ox // 829 Kapahulu Ave
A must for those who enjoy speakeasies is Blind Ox! They have unique cocktails and delicious bites!
Rigo // 885 Kapahulu Ave
A casual destination serving tapas, paella, and grills, as well as pasta and wood-fired pizzas. Really enjoyed their pizzas and cocktails!
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