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We did the Teppanyaki on recommendation. We were treated like vip’s. Evertone was friendly and helping werever needed. The food was prepared at our table and was very tasteful and of hih quality. We also had nice conversation with Japanese guests at our table. Great experience. Recommended. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The fresh catch was fabulous. Red snapper and sea bass. Key lime pie and coconut cake delicious. Best mai tai on Waikiki that I had found. Ambiance was perfect island setting on lanai with classic live trio playing Island sounds. For special time with family. I highly recommend this location and enjoy for yourself!! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Great service and food! I ordered the savory oatmeal which was not on the menu and I wanted to try as I saw it on yelp...the server said she’ll ask the chef and it was a go! That was so yummy with Portuguese sausage, mushrooms, and egg. We also had the loco moco, the hamburger patty and gravy was on point with the sunny side up egg over rice...yummy! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Another superb experience at Mahina and Sun’s thanks to the wonderful staff, especially our server Alison! The team’s attention to detail and professionalism is top notch; and the quality of ingredients and execution is spectacular. A neighborhood gem indeed! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Morimoto Asia was a strong successor to the former Morimoto location in Waikaki. The food was amazing and has lots of more casual options as well as unique presentations. The service was quick and the place was jammed packed! Overall an excellent meal and you will not go wrong having dinner here. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Had a great experience at Appetito on Friday night. We had a great server that night. She was very attentive without being intrusive. She was able to accommodate getting us some chili oil and oregano to have with our pizza. The dessert was fantastic. I would recommend the Butterscotch Buddino (pictured) if you go. A great spot for good pizza and wine in Honolulu. Highly recommend! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Our server Erika made things SO much more better than our last experience there, it was like a 180degrees difference! MoreOpenTable Diner -
We decided to try the buffet at Kuhio Grill, and were not disappointed, the food was excellent, especially the prime rib and desserts! MoreOpenTable Diner -
The food was delicious, but......I have a lactose issue and mozzarella is lactose free. I had sever stomach issues after eating here. The pizza is too expensive for using imitation cheese. I expected higher quality food. Dissatisfied completely. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Their internet was not working, but we were still able to be seated immediately. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Tasty, homey comfort Japanese/Korean food. A wide variety of choices at very reasonable prices - most plates or bowls are $10 or less. Our dinner was delicious and portions were satisfying. Beer and wine also served at reasonable prices too. Highly recommend the okonomiyaki (Japanese frittata). The icing on the cake was a complementary cotton candy which you get to make yourself. It was fun! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Server was great. Atmosphere is awesome. Live music was very good MoreOpenTable Diner -
Me and my boyfriend were visiting from Kauai, and I took him here for his birthday dinner! We were both amazed with the presentation of the food and the taste! I had the half roasted chicken, and that was amazing ! The sauce it came with and how juicy it was! He had the pork belly and was at a loss of words, he thought it tasted so good! One thing we both could not stop talking about was the Shrimp Toast! Awesome! We thought it was gonna be a spread you put on bread , but the way you guys put it together ..clever! Overall one amazing fusion restaurant , definitely coming back on our next visit! :) -Taylor MoreOpenTable Diner -
We last visited the restaurant about five years ago and the food was as good or better than we remember. Just disappointed with the service. This is more of a local restaurant given its location and it was obvious that most of the diners were locals/regulars. Although Hawaiian residents, we live on Maui so don't fall into the locals category, per se, and we were made to feel that way. The owner made a point of visiting nearly every table at least once while we were dining (except ours) and made a point of telling one table he knew everyone in the restaurant as he looked our way not knowing us (or even stopping by to welcome us and say hello). We found it difficult to get our server's attention, even when she left an adjacent table. She only stopped by at times to see if we wanted another glass of wine but never to ask how our meal was or if we needed anything. As a matter of fact, my dinner was not even hot, just warm. But, given she didn't ask, I could choose to eat a warm dish or let it get colder and wait. I chose the former as my wife had her meal and I didn't want it to get cold. We let the restaurant know when I made the reservation that we were celebrating our anniversary. We were not expecting anything from them except an enjoyable dining experience. Instead, we had the feeling that they wanted to serve us and get us out as quickly as possible, which would've been understandable if there was a wait line. They were busy but there certainly wasn't a wait. MoreOpenTable Diner -
We went on a Monday, 6 adults plus 2 toddlers (free). Kauai shrimp, prime rib, pork belly with Chinese bun, short ribs, Chinese clamp with mussels and shrimp, bok choy, ahi poke, Tako poke (chewy), cold cooked mussel with spicy Asian sauce, lavash and thin garlic toasts, fried rice, Inari sushi, and salads. Soft serve bar with vanilla, chocolate, melona and mango, choose from many toppings. Mango pudding, Thai coffee pudding, chocolate cake, key lime pie and Ted's bakery haupia chocolate cream pie with dark coffee. Most were cooked/prepared well. Service was OK but didn't clear our plates well. Wish we had asked for outside where it was cooler. They put us by the service area where it started to get steamy hot until we couldn't stand it. Took the kids to see the waves crashing against the wall, but people from Rum Fire next door were smoking there. Since it was a week night, mostly tourists (we are local). 5:30pm was perfect, then by 6:30 almost full, left 7pm packed. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The Market brings its internationally renowned artisanal approach to The Ritz Carlton Residences. The Waikiki restaurant creates daily breakfast, lunch and dinner menus based on selections from local purveyors. Antique farm tools, reclaimed wood furniture and an earthy color palette reflect the Honolulu restaurant’s farm-to-table approach. A private dining room is also available. More
We are proud to support our local farms and businesses. Most of the fruits, vegetables, eggs and fish we serve are sourced on Oahu. Our menu updates daily depending on what is in season.
We are also featuring a POP-UP Dinner every Thursday starting from January 25th, 5:30p-10:00p.
Featuring 6-Course Tasting Menu:
•From the Garden
$75pp menu only (does NOT include tax & gratuity)
$120pp menu + wine pairing (does NOT include tax & gratuity)
Fish Hook Cafe offers a set tasting menu for our Pop-Up Dinner Series. We require advance notice for guests with any dietary restrictions or allergies.More
The Stageside dining was actually a lot of fun. The servers and staff were warm and welcoming. We were sat right near the stage and had a great view. I'd highly recommend trying this package over the regular seating! The show was much more entertaining than the luau we went to. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Join us for our new Pop-up Art Show Experience "EATS & BEATS" on Tuesday, February 6th on our RAVISH Honolulu side lanai!
Check out our first show featuring artist Brady Evans during Happy Hour 5pm - 7pm. Grab a cocktail and some headphones while our silent DJ spins, and check out his latest artwork pieces on display.
Brady will be doing a live demo drawing projected during the event!
Are you an artist or know one? The Modern Honolulu is a proud supporter of the arts and are offering up this space free once a month for up-and-coming artists to have their own pop-up show. Message us to be considered! Free event and open to the public.
Photo courtesy Cameron Brooks Photography
What – Eats & Beats
When. -- Feb 6th
Time. – 5pm-7pm
Where – RAVISH Honolulu
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From the ingredients to the innovative minds creating the dishes and cocktails served with them, RAVISH at THE MODERN HONOLULU is about reveling in Hawaii’s culinary renaissance.More
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Poke, poi, lomi-lomi–colorful luau dishes endure as the shining staples of Hawaiian dining. But that doesn’t mean there’s not a panoply of dining options to spark your appetite. When you need to escape the high noon sun, shaved ice shops are plentiful. And if you’re craving something light, afternoon tea service is artful eating at its best. Bean-to-bar chocolate is growing in popularity with the fertile soils of the Aina offering just the right conditions for cocoa plants to thrive. Whether it’s resort-style dining or casual cantina bites you’re after, when made with the spirit of Aloha, you’ll taste it.