Best Seafood restaurants nearby. Discover the best Seafood food in Laie. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Seafood restaurants near you.. Laie is a census-designated place (CDP) located in the Koolauloa District on the island of Oahu in Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States. In Hawaiian, lāʻie means "ʻie leaf" (ʻieʻie is a climbing screwpine: Freycinetia arborea). The population was 6,138 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 1062 reviews
Spent three nights at Turtle Bay, ate at Lei Leiâs one night mainly out of convenience of location.Good decision. Our server, Anna, was awesome. She made great recommendations from drinks, to appetizer, to entree, to dessert. My wife was extremely happy with all of the suggestions as was I.Food was top notch.My only suggestion to the restaurant is to make outside seating available to couples... we were extremely disappointed when we were basically turned down by the hostess for outside seating.The place wasnât full by any means so I would think management would do a little table rearranging to satisfy a customer.We took an inside table. It all worked out, Anna save your butts!
4 based on 55 reviews
If you're heading up to the North Shore you should definitely stop by kahuku shrimp and Thai food truck. The shrimp and rice is unbelievable and a reasonable price. Plenty of space to spread out and eat.
4 based on 62 reviews
The macaroni salad the the rice were quite good. However, the shrimp was marginal. There were several in our group and we tried the hot shrimp, regular shrimp, garlic shrimp and shrimp cocktail. None of us felt it was something we would go out of our way to have again. Go on further sound (about 600 feet) and there are better places to eat.
3 based on 590 reviews
Everyone told us that Giovanni's was the best shrimp on North Shore. They are pretty good but we thought Romy's was better. Cooking the shrimp with the heads on gives them so much more flavor. They were plump and juicy and cooked to perfection. They maybe could have cleaned them a bit better - not all of our shrimp had the vein removed but most did. Still, it's a small thing that doesn't affect the flavor too much.There is often a wait but it seems like they are getting better and quicker in their preparation. They also do not claim to be a fast food restaurant. Just a good food restaurant.All of the North Shore shrimp shacks are CASH ONLY. Be prepared.
4 based on 341 reviews
found by chance while wandering on the coast on a cloudy day ... lucky us! great...everything! And the truck is magnificent too
4 based on 187 reviews
There are two Gio Shrimp up in the north, we went to this one, there is another one at the town of Haleiwa. Not really sure which one is the original? We choose this one because we are fans of Terrace house and they went to this one. Best garlic shrimp ever, well worth the drive up to the north for this. We did get there around 5pm so there really wasn't a line up there only one group infront of us, we got our shrimp in less than 5 minutes. The next day we pass by Haleiwa and there was a line up of at least 30 people around noon. Go when its a bit later on in the day. Even if there is a line up, the shrimp itself is awesome, but it might dampers your enjoyment having to wait 30 minutes in a food truck for shrimp. PS: like every other review say, just go with the scampi, don't bother with the others.
4 based on 858 reviews
Read reviews thinking this was a great place. Garlic Shrimp was no better than what I have had in Montana. Not sure why the hype. Wonât be stopping next time
4 based on 78 reviews
Tita's Grill, Is a family friendly, local Hawaiian style food truck eatery. Drive up, park and order straight from our window. We offer take out, or you can have a seat on our outdoor picnic tables and eat Ohana style. Make friends, share aloha and enjoy
Try Tita's grill bread, it is so yummy and filling. One slice is great, one loaf, even better. Toasted, sandwich, dunk in hot cocoa, limitless ways to enjoy this loaf of bread. Come back anytime for more of our fresh baked bread. Mahalo!
4 based on 226 reviews
This place was crazy bad on service.First... this place wasnât busy, yet it took 30 minutes to get food ordered. Second... the server at the window kept on disappearing. Although we didnât say anything, others in the queue were very vocal in their disapproval.Third... they took the order wrong. We ordered a Spencer with fries, drink, salad and veggie with fries and salad. This is what we repeated back to the server. What arrived was a Shem burger _without_ fries. Wrong burger. The restaurants error and they REFUSED TO PUT IT RIGHT. âI am not the managerâ is not an excuse - find the manager. âYou can stand in line and order your friesâ is also not acceptable when the queue is 30 minutes long. The correct way is you bring out the missing order.Itâs a shame we canât take the tip back, because we certainly didnât get the service or food we requested.Bottom line ... we would not go back. Just not worth it.
4 based on 785 reviews
Tita's Grill, Is a family friendly, local Hawaiian style Food Truck. We are now located at the Hukilau Marketplace at the Polynesian Cultural Center right off Kamehameha Highway. Drive up, park and order straight from our window. We offer take out, cateri
This place was great and friendly, we were visiting a friend in Hawaii and we came upon this place and we sat down and ate steak and eggs. OMG the steak melted in my mouth, and the gentlemen came out and talked with us and gave us a loaf of bread that was out of this world. We game back every day that we were there to eat. They gave us chocolate/rice drink that went very well with your meal or by itself. I tried to find out how the bread was made, but thats a Hawaiian Secrete. I just finished the last of the bread here in Florida and my friends asked me where I got it, Hawaii. They cook with their heart, and do a good job. Enjoy your meal and the company. You too will brag :-)
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