5/15/2012 02:01:00 PM

Hawaii's 10 Best Restaurants

Mainlanders often get jealous of life in Hawaii, and between the sand, the surf and the food, we can understand why. Whether you're a tourist or a kama'aina, no doubt you're always looking for an ono bite to eat, so below find the ratings and reviews of the top 10 restaurants in the islands. Don't see your favorite? Go vote in our ongoing survey to make your voice heard, and possibly win an Android tablet to boot. Good luck!

9 comments :

  1. I lived in Hawaii for 18 years. Your staff did a good job at rating the best restaurants. Congratulations!

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  2. I just voted - did you receive it? Thanks.

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  3. Are you kidding ME? Mama's ahead of Mavro's? LaMer ahead of Mavro's? Puhlease. A sushi place and a tapas place are nice but it's not a restaurant. Your staff is so wrong...

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  4. Sassabune should NOT have been given the top spot. Yes, their sushi is incredible but they serve the critically endangered bluefin tuna on a regular basis. This fact alone should have struck them off the list.

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  5. Sassabune and Mavro's are good but not top 10 in Hawaii or even Honolulu but everyone's taste is different. So what's impressive to some are not impressive to others.

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  6. The Big Island has some very good restaurants as well. Merriman's in Waimea and Waikoloa is consistently good and there's a great French restaurant in Kona (can't remember the name, sorry).

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    1. Could you please try to remember the name of the French place? I don't dine in Honolulu, but might get to Kona.

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  7. No. 3: Alan Wong's

    The place where “Hawaii Regional cuisine was born and still reigns”...

    I think Roy Yamaguchi would dispute the claim that Hawaii Regional cuisine was born at Alan Wong's.

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