Best Oahu Restaurants
With so many Hawaii activities planned for one week The Traveling Trio did not have much time for fancy dinners but we did make time to eat at some of the best Oahu restaurants. We ate at Sansei Seafood Restaurant and Sushi Bar, Tiki’s Grill & Bar and Duke’s Waikiki.
- Traveling Trio Hawaii Travel Tip – Sansei Sushi offers early bird and late night specials so be sure to check those out.
|Sansei Seafood Restaurant and Sushi Bar|
difficult to make a decision but I finally settled on the Fresh Island Fish Tacos. The tacos were delicious. We enjoyed the ocean view as we ate our lunch and reminisced about the Lost Tour and our Waikiki Surf Lessons. Tiki’s Waikiki also has an amazing dinner menu – we were hoping to return one night for drinks and dinner but we simply ran out of time. If you are going to be in Waikiki and looking for a great dinner or a place to have drinks with a beautiful ocean view I highly recommend Tiki’s Bar and Grill.
- Traveling Trio Hawaii Travel Tip: If you order Hawaii Activities from Hawaii Discount be sure to check your voucher for a coupon for a free appetizer at Tiki’s Grill and Bar.
|Tiki’s Grill & Bar|
A trip to Waikiki should include a stop at Duke’s Waikiki! This restaurant is named after Duke Paoa Kahanamoku who is known as the Father of International Surfing. He won 6 Olympic medals, was an actor, political figure and a true hero. He is remembered for his grace in the water, his sportsmanship and his good humor. Duke’s Waikiki is the perfect location to enjoy a cocktail and watch the stunning Waikiki sunset. We enjoyed a cocktail and then sat in the dining room for dinner. I had the Seafood Luau which included scallops, shrimp and fish – delicious! All entrees include Duke’s famous salad bar which could be a meal in itself! I highly suggest a stop at Duke’s even if it is just for one of their signature cocktails!
- Traveling Trio Hawaii Travel Tip: Duke’s is very popular – be sure to make a reservation!