4 based on 17 reviews
My wife and I sampled some of their pastries in May 2016. They were quite tasty, in particular the delicate, flaky crust Napoleons. The custard filled Long Johns were quite nice too and surprisingly light. Skip the Danish though. Based on previous reviews, we inquired about their chocolate Eclairs, and were told that they do not, nor have ever, served chocolate Eclairs. In summary, if you're looking for tasty pastries in Waianae, then this is the place for you.
4.5 based on 146 reviews
We were staying nearby at the military cottages and came here for dinner one night.
Situated in a smaller cottage that had a certain charm. Free parking. We were greeted when we walked in and told to sit anywhere we liked. BYOB...with NO cover or corkage fee. Nice size menu that had many unfamiliar choices...a great discovery!
All the prices were very reasonable and all the food was tasty and nice and hot when it came to our table. Appetizers for $5.00! An appetizer and 2 entrees and our bill was less than $30.00. How great is that. Service with a genuine smile too.
A great find in Waianae...I recommend giving it a try. It's sure to please. 5 STARS.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
We visited this Starbucks every day for five weeks and the coffee was consistently excellent.
The staff, and in particular the young man named Mitchell and a beautiful Hawaiian girl with light, long, pony tailed hair, were exceptional. They knew my name from day one and my coffee was ready before I had made my order! They were smart, very friendly and helpful and a credit to Starbucks. I shall miss seeing their friendly faces. They helped to make our stay in Makaha very enjoyable. Thank you to all the staff there.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
This is some of the healthiest food ever, and everything tastes absolutely delicious. The family sells produce from their farm, but also cuts out the middle man with their own restaurant. The Pad Ki Mao is a family favorite with robust spices, and you can balance it nicely with a delicate mahi curry, or get a week's worth of veggies in the Eggplant Basil. Feeling under the weather? Their Tom Kha Gai is better than mom's chicken soup.
Hint: if you like it spicy, sit under one of the air conditioners
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Don't need to pay $15 for Icai. Jamba does a good icao bowl with bananas, strawberries and blue berries for half that price. Hard to tell it from a bowl from those expensive places.
4 based on 127 reviews
Hannara is located in a little strip mall like many things in Hawaii but there is plenty of parking. The menu has all 3 meals and I think you can get breakfast all day. Wife ordered the "best burger" on Oahu plus for "dessert" got the macadamia nut pancakes. I got the fried liver and onions with bacon.
The burger was a surprise to my wife who did not expect fillers and soon pushed it aside to enjoy the pancakes which were very good.
It is local Hawaiian, not some fancy thing - but a solid place to eat.
4.5 based on 127 reviews
See published review at http://www.staradvertiser.com/columnists/weeklyeater/20100929_Organicoasis.html
The Kahumana Organic Farm & Café is a must see in Western Oahu, specifically Waianae. Located down the road from Naked Cow Dairy, which you should go to after Kahumana. This farm has been around since the seventies, assisting the homeless and disabled in Oahu. The farm doesn’t use any pesticides and is run by incredible people, like Rachel, who understand the growing complexities of food. How it’s sourced, where it comes from, and the sole realization that we need this to survive. And the simplistic notion that everyone needs food to survive. They bring organic produce to those who work at the farms and local markets. After a visit to the farm, dine in their café which is farm to table AND table to food. Which means that all leftovers are given back to the earth either through compost or food for their chickens. If you’re staying at Ko’Olina, you must visit here as it’s a short 15-20 minutes away. If you’re staying in downtown Waikiki, it’s approximately 45 minutes to an hour (depending on traffic). Some of the best beaches in Oahu are on the Western side so don’t be afraid to get out of the city and tour the country. Keep the country country is a term donned by the local community and for it to stay this way, you must support local Oahu!
5 based on 30 reviews
Popped in after a hike. Just a little tiny place in a strip center, little strip of wood by the window with four metal stools. Order at the counter, served in styrofoam and boy was I glad I stopped. Salmon with crab, excellent suggestion by the young lady at the counter. Filling and well presented (for being in styrofoam). Might have to come back!
4.5 based on 57 reviews
This is an all in one grocery store..I guess thats why its called "SUPERETTE"!Its a longtime family owned grocery store. It has its own fullsize deli that serves anything from breakfast to dinner and everything in between. They serve fresh hot entrees all day long..with reg. Favorites as well! They also have a poke side...and if your in need of some meds the have an instore pharmacy that is usually stocked up on all your needs..
4 based on 93 reviews
This place is a great side of the road or pit stop place to eat. Its kind of pricey but very good. The mahimahi plate is my favorite. My husband's fav is Hamburger steak and the kids just like the regular breakfast eggs,rice & meat.Its a rather small area to sit but there are a few tables.Be sure to go early because they do serve the tourist boata at around 10:00 so it gets crowded in there.
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