Coco Cove

If you like Poke, then you MUST get over to Coco Cove.  This place is like an ABC store with all the touristy stuff to buy but on the front left side of the store you have a TON of different kind of poke. Wasabi poke, spicy poke, shoyu poke, and avocado poke are just… Continue reading Coco Cove

Doraku Sushi

I had been to Doraku several years ago and remember it being amazing! This time we stopped in for happy hour and it just wasn’t all that great. The service was meh, the drinks lacked flavor and the food looked beautiful, but tasted bland. I am not sure if we went on an off night,… Continue reading Doraku Sushi

Waikiki Brewing Company

Typically breweries don’t tend to have the best food. This one is not that case. They actually have pretty good food to go along with their good beer! I am a fan for sure! We shared fried pickles and a chicken quesadilla. Both were really tasty! The flight of beer is totally worth it till… Continue reading Waikiki Brewing Company

Waikiki Beachside Bistro

Attention! This is the best deal for a Hawaiian breakfast in Waikiki!! BEST DEAL! It is a hidden gem located next to a hostel a block off the beach and totally worth going. For only $4 you can get eggs, rice, spam and sausage. So much food for such little cost. I am sad that… Continue reading Waikiki Beachside Bistro

Top of Waikiki Restaurant

We took a sunset cruise one evening after we got married earlier in the day. After the cruise, we saw that Top of Waikiki had happy hour and a great location for the family to enjoy some drinks and bites. We waited in the lobby for about 15 minutes for a table to become available.… Continue reading Top of Waikiki Restaurant

King’s Village Farmers Market

We found this market one evening while walking to the beach. They have so much food! Everything from paella, to gyros, to shrimp skewers and eggrolls, to pastries! Pretty much any type of food that you would want, they have something like it there. We decided to come back another night on our way to… Continue reading King’s Village Farmers Market

Me’s BBQ

This place is pretty cheap for a typical Hawaiian breakfast. Spam, eggs, and rice. Doesn’t get more basic than that. The rice was the only thing that I feel wasn’t really great. It wasn’t cooked quite right making it kind of crunchy. Other than that, worth it for a cheap breakfast.