Enjoy Sushi At Nobu’s Waikiki

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For seafood lovers dining at Nobu’s Waikiki is a must when visiting Oahu. This one of the most popular restaurants for sushi lovers. You will find many individuals ranging from locals to tourists who boast when given the chance about this amazing eatery.

You will find a wide variety of sushi entrees here varying from regular sushi platters to speciality dishes. They offer many types of sushi rolls that attract customers from all over. Some of these include Tuna, Spicy Tuna, Asparagus Tuna, Negi Toro, Negi Hama, and Salmon Avocado. You can choose either hand roll or cut roll. Other very popular dishes include Eel Cucumber, Shrimp Tempura, Salmon Skin, Spicy Scallop, Soft Shell Crab, and Ohsinko. These are just a few of the many affordable meals that can be purchased here.

You can find many other dishes as well if your looking for something other than sushi including sashimi, salad, steak, chicken, and a wide variety of fresh vegetables. You will also find a tasteful selection of desserts that will be sure top off the perfect ending to a delightful dinner.

Nobu Waikki offers an elegant, relaxing atmosphere with a polite staff. You will find most dishes to be very affordable for the high quality dinners you will actually receive.

You will also find an exceptional drink list including sake, wine, and rum. There are specialty and dessert drinks to choose from. If your unsure of what to choose your server would be happy to make a selection for you. A few drinks from the cocktail list include Matsuhisa Martini, Emporio Martini, Shira Ume, Champagne, and Pisco Sour. The cost for the cocktails run around $14.00. The wine list has almost everything that you could possibly imagine. There are many other drinks including a wide array of wines to choose from.

With the wonderful selection your taste buds will definitely bring you back to Nobu Waikiki for many dinners to come.

Mouth Watering Menu At Roy’s

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For those who live in Oahu they will tell you that Roy’s Restaurant is one of the best places to dine while visiting. Their main cuisines consist of European and Asian foods. Being open 7 days a week their friendly staff are ready to welcome you with a friendly smile. The prices will vary depending on what dishes you actually choose as well as how many are in your party. On average main courses will vary between $25 – $70 dollars per person. While its possible you may be able to eat here without a reservation its recommended you call to make arrangements just in case. Roy’s Restaurant is often crowded with not only tourists but locals as well. Many individuals who live in the area have made this particular eatery their regular place to eat while socializing.
The owner Roy Yamaguchi is well known around the world for his signature restaurants. His eateries hold true to their Euro-Asian roots and the Yumaguchi’s winning formulas: fresh ingredients, open kitchen, ethnic touches, and a dab of nostalgia mixed with European techniques.
The menu changes almost nightly but you will be able to find some things that will stay the same for those who have specials that they like. Things that can be found on most nights include pizza, pasta selections, a variety of appetizers including spiced baby back ribs with blackened ahi. Also you will find entrees such as hibachi-style salmon in ponzu sauce, garlic-mustard short ribs, and a variety of fresh catch.
For a unique atmosphere you will find that Roy’s is lit up at night with tiki torches. The restaurant is always full of people who have the ability to enjoy live music several times during the day.
If your visiting Oahu you should definitely take the time to eat at Roy’s Restaurant as well as visiting one his other eateries in other locations.

Nightlife on Oahu

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Oahu’s nightlife bustles with energy & life. Numerous restaurants, bars, dance clubs & karaoke clubs add to the excitement. In fact, people can also relax themselves & enjoy at the Honolulu symphony & Hawaii Opera Theatre. Among the numerous bars, Anna Bannanas is the most popular one. It is situated at 2440 South Beretania Street, near the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Its uncommon ambience & decor, where local bands play weekly transform this quite bar into a dance club.

                 Situated at 1200 Ala Moana Boulevard, The Brew Moon Restaurant & Microbrewery is the only restaurant that makes its own beer. In fact, customers can enjoy both the flavors “ Moonlight & Rocket Root Beer & simultaneously watch the entire process of brewing & fermenting. The exclusive cuisine including fresh fish, seafood, a variety of vegetables & different types of pastas will leave you asking for more. Dave & Buster’s offers you a diverse experience. The different games at Million-Dollar midway, the excessively good food & three bars that offer very good service win everybody’s hearts. Located in 1030 Auahi Street, this restaurant is always brimming with life.

                 With its casual yet sophisticated setting, Ryan Grill attracts a huge crowd. Having won the Ilima Award for being the favorite place for Pau Hana drinks & Pupu, this restaurant cum bar has a wide variety of micro & macro brews besides the tequilas & single malt Scotches that you will not find anywhere in Honolulu. Duke’s Canoe Club Restaurant & Bar is located in the Kalakaua Avenue. Its unique policy is that you do not require shoes to enter this spot; it means that guests can walk right out of the ocean into this restaurant cum bar, where the light Hawaiian music is played everyday at night. Society of Seven, also located in this area, is the longest running nightclub in Waikiki.

                  The Laugh Factory is situated in Kapahulu Avenue. It invites a number of well-known local comedians & the top Hollywood comedians like Jim Carrey, Adam Sandler among others. They make sure that the audience’s fall of their seats with laughter while enjoying their shows.