Luxury Hawaii : Luxury Hawaii 2017
TBR_HTO_Luxury_HalfPg185x130mm_071117.indd 1 7/11/17 10:14 PM LUXURY HAWAI‘I 13 WHERE TO EAT ON O‘AHU ALAN WONG’S HONOLULU Chef Alan Wong — one of the co-founders of Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine — experiments with new flavours and ideas at his flagship King St restaurant with a menu inspired by the diverse ethnic cultures and freshly farmed ingredients from the Hawaiian Islands. Visit alanwongs.com AZURE Dine on seafood bought by the chefs from the fish market that morning at this candlelit restaurant on the Waikīkī beachfront at The Royal Hawaiian. Visit azurewaikiki.com BILLS HAWAII Australian chef Bill Granger’s Beachwalk Ave restaurant has the feel of a beach bar downstairs, while large skylights bathe the upstairs area in sunshine. The menu is a fusion of Vietnamese, Japanese and Indigenous cuisines, with a bit of Brooklyn and Portland thrown in, plus pizzas and all the bills classics. Visit billshawaii.com CHEF MAVRO French-born chef George Mavrothalassitis blends influences from his native Provence with flavours from the Hawaiian Islands at his fine dining restaurant on the corner of South King and McCully St. Lobster, wagyu beef, free-range local chicken, island fish and upcountry vegetables are among the most popular offerings. Visit chefmavro.com HOKU’S RESTAURANT Innovative fusion fare which melds Hawaiian, Asian and Mediterranean flavours sees this noshery at the Kahala Hotel and Resort consistently ranked one of Hawai‘i’s best restaurants, as popular with locals as it is with tourists. It also offers an impressive international wine list. Visit kahalaresort.com/Dining/Hokus Ramen from Tommy Bahama Resturant and Bar.