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The Best Dining on Oahu

Top Restaurants on Oahu


Hawaii is known for its gorgeous beaches and aloha spirit. While you could spend a whole vacation luxuriously relaxing on the beach, it would be a shame if you didn’t taste some of the delicious food that Hawaii has to offer. If you’re staying in Waikiki, we’ve got a list of some amazing restaurants to try. With gorgeous views and delicious food, you can’t go wrong with any of these selections. Here are some of the best restaurants on Oahu.


4 of the Best Restaurants in Honolulu


Pai – Honolulu, HI


Located in Hawaii’s historic Harbor Court building, Chef Kevin Lee has created a dining experience that will not soon be forgotten. Across from Aloha Tower, this restaurant features a 10-course seasonal chef’s tasting menu, an Ala Carte menu and a special lunch menu centered around a bread program developed by the chef. From the 10-person chef’s counter experience to the outdoor seating area that’s perfect for happy hour, this restaurant will have you craving bite after bite.


Senia – Arts District, Honolulu, HI

A “People’s Choice” winner, Senia creates a convivial environment where you can enjoy handcrafted beverages, delicious food and an amazingly curated wine selection. With several different dining experiences including the main dining room or the Chef’s Counter, an intimate dining experience hosted by chef’s Chris Kajioka and Anthony Rush. Senia showcases the amazing bounty of Hawaii while serving up aloha. This gastronomic experience is a must if you’re visiting Oahu.


53 by the Sea – Honolulu, HI


Rated one of the most romantic settings in all of Honolulu, 53 by the Sea not only has sweeping views of Diamond Head, Waikiki and the surf at Kakaako, but it’s serving up only the finest in fresh seafood and locally sourced ingredients. This premier dining experience is one of the most unique dining experiences in Hawaii, perfect to share with that special someone you’ve been traveling with.



This little gem has been nestled in Manoa since 1922. Serving high quality artisanal ingredients daily, this kitchen and bake shop smells like heaven on earth. On the way to Manoa Falls, this Hawaiian staple is on the site of the Historic Waioli Tea Room. But you better get an early start to your day if you want to taste some of the best baked goods on the island as it’s only open Tuesday through Sunday, 730am-2pm.


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