3660 On The RiseVisit Website
3660 serves a blend of “European, Pacific Rim and Island-Style Cuisine” in Honolulu on Waialae Ave. This restaurants has been around since 1992 and has won many awards from Wine Spectator Magazine’s “Award of Excellence” to Zagat’s Top Oahu Restaurant.
Lemongrass serves classic Vietnamese & Thai dishes in a simple and casual restaurant in Oahu.
Moku KitchenVisit Website
The chefs at Moku Kitchen aim to bring the richness of Hawaii’s upcountry farming to the Honolulu culinary scene. Award winning Chef Peter Merriman is behind this newer restaurant in Kaka’ako.
Nico’s Pier 38Visit Website
A seafood restaurant blending together French & Hawaiian cuisine with a laid-back by the sea atmosphere.
The opening of Senia was one of Honolulu’s most anticipated openings in the culinary scene when it opened in 2017. The menu has been defined as whimsical and regional American that pays homage to Hawaiian ingredients and is constantly evolving based on whats in season. You can choose take-out, dine-in or a seat at the Chef’s Counter for a multi-course tasting menu.
The Pig & The LadyVisit Website
What started out as a pop-up, and then a farmer’s market stand featuring Vietnamese food with a fun and fresh twist, has expanded into two brick and mortar locations in Hawaii and one in Tokyo. The trendy restaurant is funky and full of communal tables and is always bustling with talk about the innovative and contemporary Vietnamese menu which changes every few months.
This farm to table restaurant by Chef Ed Kenney restaurant use organic and local ingredients whenever possible and in 2016 was ranked as the restaurant to eat when in Hawaii by Conde Naste.