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Tired of the noise from Disney next door, we walked over to Noe and was immediately pleased with the live soft music and absence of screaming kids. The weather was perfect for sitting outside and the waiter brought some of the house specialty drinks which weren’t so special but were palatable. The appetizers were very good as we have had the honey ricotta elsewhere and the caprese salad before. The main dishes were ok with the lobster spaghetti way too spicy for me so my wife ate it. The fish special was the whole fish with head buried in some kind of soupy broth which was just ok but I would go back just for the appetizers and music. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Lychee, located on our second floor, provides an exceptional breakfast buffet, Waikiki convenience and delectable Hawaiian cuisine.
Our commitment to sourcing products from the Islands is at the heart of our Waikiki dining experience. Choose from our daily makana (Chef’s specials), seasonal favorites such as sunrise papaya, sugarloaf pineapple, mango and rambutan as well as locally produced honey, and breakfast sausages or preserves, coffee and baked goods. On weekends and holidays, enjoy our extensive brunch buffet in Waikiki, which includes a carving station, for a memorable and relaxing meal.
The Surfing Pig concept is an expanded full-service restaurant of Kono’s. Kono’s began in Haleiwa in the North Shore in 2002.
The Surfing Pig will offer an elevated menu of Kono’s specialized 12hr slow-roasted pork, with variations of new creations of slow-roasted meats, small plates and savory entrees. The new restaurant will have hand-crafted cocktails and a carefully crafted tapas menu at the full serviced bar.
Nestled on the west coast of Oahu, Hawaii, Kapolei is a local town that is evolving into a bustling city with local and exotic restaurants alike. Just 30 years ago, this town was filled with sugarcane and pineapple fields that spread for miles and miles. Over the years, with more people from different cultures joining the melting pot, it has become a treasure trove of food cultures. Now, more upscale restaurants have started to incorporate local foods and flavors, such as poke, lilikoi, kalua pork, and, of course, pineapple, and elevate them to a new level that tempts the taste buds. Alongside these restaurants, there are still places serving “local grindz” that both locals and tourists agree are so “ono,” which, in Hawaiian, means “delicious.”