Top Places To Eat on Oahu, Hawaii // Part 4

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Here is Part 4 of my Top Places to Eat on Oahu, Hawaii - So many great places, hope you enjoy.

Highway Inn // 680 Ala Moana Boulevard

A great Hawaiian homestyle meal. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Doraku Sushi // Located in Royal Hawaiian Center on the 3rd floor or in Kaakako

Great food and drinks - they also have great happy hour daily specials!

Diamond Head and Market Grill // 3158 Monsarrat Avenue

After hiking up Diamond Head, definitely stop by. They are known for their specialty baked goods specifically their signature scones.

Siam Square // 408 Lewers Street

It is a cute space with delicious authentic Thai food at a reasonable price. I had their Green Curry with White Rice for dinner and loved it.

Topped // 2229 Kuhio Ave.
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I can see why Topped was recommended by a local. There are three options on the menu, including Braised Beef, Spicy Pork, and Shoyu Chicken, all served with white rice. They're all mouth-watering dishes at an unbeatable price!

Buho Cocina Y Cantina // 2250 Kalakaua Avenue

Located on a rooftop in downtown Waikiki, Buho Cantina offers a modern take on Mexican cuisine. The food, the atmosphere, and the service were excellent.

It was delicious. I ordered their Al pastor tacos and a side of chips and salsa - I couldn't wait for more. Buho Cantina also offers amazing happy hour deals.

Tommy Bahamas // 298 Beachwalk Drive
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Yes, they have a clothing store - but up top is a restaurant with great views of Waikiki Downtown. The food is great, too!

Rumfire // 2255 Kalakaua Ave.

If you're on a date or just want a fun day-to-night spot, this is the place for you! Super loungey feel but overall a great experience. Got to try their cocktails!

Mai Tai Bar in Royal Hawaiian

At Mai Tai Bar, you can enjoy tasty strong drinks while watching the Hawaii sunset. Cocktails are a little on the pricey side, but they are beautifully crafted and you can't beat the ocean and beach views. Be sure to try their Mai Tais while you're there.

Duke’s Waikiki // 2335 Kalakaua Ave.

Tourists and locals alike enjoy this popular spot. This is the place to go if you want a beach vibe. There is a great selection of Hawaiian / American cuisine here as well as cocktails - you must stop here when you're in Waikiki.

Check out my Part 1, Part 2, & Part 3 posts if you missed them. I look forward to seeing you in my next post! Please stay tuned!

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