Food Finds: Waikiki

Marukame Udon
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An easy stroll along Kuhio Avenue, Marukame Udon is steaming up Waikiki with their bowls of simple and tasty, fresh, house-made udon noodles.

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Duke's Waikiki
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Duke out the long lines of O'ahu diners and you'll find yourself handsomely rewarded with a seat at the award-winning Duke's Waikiki.

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Mai Tai Bar
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Considered "my bar" by many kamaaina (locals) the Mai Tai Bar at Ala Moana Center's Hookipa Terrace is an award-winning happy hour hot spot.

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Shirokiya
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The eatery is a popular meeting place for kamaaina getting together with friends and coworkers after a day at work and for visitors looking to peck and pick from Shirokiya's selection of freshly made ramen and bento.

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Wasabi Bistro
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Just a stone's throw from the Waikiki Parc, Wasabi Bistro has made itself at home in the heartbreakingly charming Breakers Hotel.

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Kiwami Ramen
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Kiwami's new location on Ke‘eaumoku Boulevard is satisfying our need for noodles with perfectly portioned bowls of fresh ramen.

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Ramen Nakamura
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When the Hawaiian Islands experiences a rainy day nothing hits the spot quite like a steaming bowl of Ramen Nakamura’s noodles.

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Yotekko Ya Kyoto Ramen
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Despite a number of new ramen shops steaming up O‘ahu’s noodle scene, to kama‘aina connoisseurs Yotekko Ya Kyoto Ramen still noodles out the competition.

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Sikdorak
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Sick of traditional Korean? Those who love yakiniku can't stop yakking about Sikdorak, a yakiniku spot as hot as the grills you cook your food on.

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Sushi ii
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For sushi connoisseurs looking for some of the freshest sushi and a fin-tastic selection of fish, swim over to Sushi ii.

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Goofy Cafe + Dine
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If you’re serious about breakfast, fuel up at Goofy Café & Dine in Waikiki, which brings a local twist to the standard breakfast menu.

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