My boyfriend and I both had the garlic ahi and it did not disappoint. We both ate for less than $20.
They make the best grilled saba in town. My friends have tried other dishes and loved it. We have gone back numerous times and never disappointed.
Thank you Honolulu transit system for not running the busses very often on Sunday. We decided instead to walk back from Diamond Head trail to our condo in Waikiki. We happened to walk past this restaurant. The smell coming out of the door was fantastic. Having just done the hike we were hungry. I had the chicken Matsu while my... More
If your interested in eating more like the locals this is the place for you. Just outside of Waikiki between the Honolulu Zoo and Diamondhead. Full plate dinner plus drink for $12. The Garlic Grilled Ahi was great. Worth the short cab ride from Waikiki
This place was recommended to us by a local and did not disappoint. All of the food was fresh and great. It was a little hot/stuffy inside for my taste but not unbearable. Prices were really reasonable as well.
My husband and I ate here for lunch, and we are so happy we did, as it was one of the best meals we have had in the Waikiki area. Excellent seafood with accompaniment of rice and pasta salad...and drinks cost a mere $1. Full of locals too so you know there is good food at a good price. Wish... More
I ordered the garlic ahi plate and WHOA! The tuna steak was HUGE! I could barely eat half of it. The tuna was super fresh and prepared absolutely perfectly. The plate was $12, and you could easily split this between two people. The atmosphere, as others have mentioned, is super fun. Western, with antiques thrown in too (at great prices).... More
Interesting place. Not sure why they call it a pub... there's no liquor! I can't figure out if it's a sit-down restaurant, take-away or boutique. Good menu of Asian fare. The curry dishes aren't all that great, but the rest of the menu items are pretty good. Everything is served in takeway containers. Service is prompt. Good place for a... More
Where else but Honolulu would you find a plate lunch restaurant run by Japanese, decorated in Western cowboy "stuff" serving good food at a great price? Right on Monsarrat Avenue is this hidden treasure....we ordered 3 dinners so we could try several things and they were all good.....check it out!
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