I ate here with a few friends on our last night in Hawaii. My friend informed me that it is a place where more locals eat. The restaurant is large and serves food family style. The portions are huge! We ordered 1 appetizer (oysters) and 3 entrees (Kalbi steak, fried pork chops, and fried rice) and we barely finished the ...
Restaurants near Side Street Inn for Spiritual Seekers
- 10.23 mi0.23 mi from Side Street Inn
A little treasure located on Kapahulu not far from Waikiki this authentic Japanese restaurant holds numerous delicious eats for reasonable prices. Great place to gather with friends, business and social meet ups. For those sushi lovers they have a variety of made to order plates that will leave you wanting more.Popular withFoodiesBusinessFamilies
- 20.16 mi0.16 mi from Side Street Inn
Old time local favorite plate lunch. Sandwiches are considered as a snack. If you want to eat like you're from Hawaii its plate lunches everyday! Try the hamburger steak with onions, mac salad and rice! Or da loco moco! Yummy.Popular withBudgetFoodiesLocal
- 30.19 mi
- 40.14 mi0.14 mi from Side Street Inn
Best Hawaiian food in Honolulu. Many famous people have patronized this small restaurant over the years. Their pictures line the walls. Be sure to get hear early. There are not many tables and a line forms early. My favorites are the Lau Lau which is pork and fish wrapped in luau leaf similar to Spanish and steamed. Their Kailua pig, ...Popular withFoodiesFamiliesBudget
- 50.04 mi0.04 mi from Side Street Inn5 reviews
Always recommend visitors to come to Uncle Bo's. Has a great variety of dishes that are family style. Reasonable prices and good ambiance. Trends for the younger crowd, but always see families enjoying their time here too. Crowded all days of the week so make sure to call ahead!Popular withNightlifeFoodiesStudents
- 60.21 mi
- 70.02 mi0.02 mi from Side Street Inn4 reviews
Love this little hole in the wall. BYOB is great, and if you come for a birthday they involve the whole restaurant - including turning off the lights so you can see the glow in the dark constellations on the ceiling! Haha. Quirky and fun, with delicious specials and old standbys like their famous Garlic Ahi. I always ask the ...
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- 100.14 mi0.14 mi from Side Street Inn2 reviews
Takahashiya is somewhat overshadowed by its popular next door neighbor (Ono Hawaiian Foods), but that doesn't mean the food can't be just as ono. The ramen dishes are quite good, and the shop is operated almost like a mom and pop store. Service is good, and there's never a line. The only apology is lack of parking (which is par ...Popular withFoodiesBudget
- 110.17 mi0.17 mi from Side Street Inn2 reviews
Food tastes good, decent price vs. quantity. Signs on door were very confusing. The food preparation was done by a lady with a medical face mask. Its very concerning that the kitchen staff could possibly be making the food with a contagious illness.... Ill give the restaurant another chance but it isn't one of my return soon places.
- 120.25 mi0.25 mi from Side Street Inn
So we came here a few times as we had two $30 vouchers to use. Both times we came on a weekend while they were serving dim sum. I must say, they have some of the BEST dim sum on the island. Service was excellent, food was great, and we had great deals with the vouchers. We hope to find ...
- 130.04 mi0.04 mi from Side Street Inn1 review
Update: It's now open with a regular schedule: most days (11AM-7PM) except Sunday and Monday(closed), This venue is currently hosting private events, and in the process of developing an innovative new menu. Bubble Puff and Tea currently serves Bubble Puffs (egg puffs) and specialty beverages (like their Tea Jalea). If you can catch them at one of their events, you ...
- 140.22 mi0.22 mi from Side Street Inn2 reviews
This new izakaya style yakitori shop has been open less than a year, but is gaining popularity due to its reasonable prices and friendly staff. Everything on the menu is $3.90! It also has an interesting story about the owner if you get a chance to read the back of the menu. It does get busy at times, so you ...Popular withBudgetFoodies
- 150.04 mi0.04 mi from Side Street Inn1 review
Situated in the heart of the Kapahulu area near Waikiki, Uncle Bo's is a nice bar lounge and restaurant to go after work. They don't have happy hour, but the food and environment are good enough to visit nevertheless. Try their Li hing Miu margaritas. This place gets fairly crowded later in the evenings (for the pre-clubbing crowd), so get ...Popular withFoodiesNightlife
- 160.14 mi0.14 mi from Side Street Inn1 review
New establishment opened jusy recently on Kapahulu is this Ethopian restaurant that shares a spacr with a ramen place. Run by Ethopians who reside now on island this is a nice alternative from the norm we find on island. Keep in mind a couple of things : 1. it is all vegetarian style 2. they do not eat with utensils ...Popular withVegetarianBusinessAdventure
- 170.71 mi0.71 mi from Side Street Inn19 reviews
This place is like a bar with a great view. It's right on top of the ABC store. Eating here, you get a great view of the ocean! This place was within walking distance of our hostel (Waikiki Beachside Hostel). The breakfast we had here is the average breakfast you get at a bar. But the portions are big! Service ...Popular withFoodiesNightlifeFamilies
- 180.76 mi0.76 mi from Side Street Inn
Cheap, fast and delicious! There's always a line outside of Marukame Udon in Waikiki but it moves quickly and it's worth the wait. Hand cut udon noodles in a handful of styles are available to choose from, then select your tempura items or musubi and enjoy!Popular withFoodiesBudgetLocal
- 190.97 mi0.97 mi from Side Street Inn16 reviews
The ambiance was quite modern asian but very welcoming as was the services. We have heard grrat reviews of this place and came during Happy Hour which is 530pm to 7pm I believe we mainly ordered from the Happy Hour menu was not disappointed at all. Everything was delish and the sake either filtered or unfiltered put a approving smile ...Popular withTrendstersFoodiesNightlife
- 200.85 mi0.85 mi from Side Street Inn
"Local first, organic whenever possible, and with Aloha always." The motto at this neighborhood gem says it all. Chef Ed Kenney creates amazing dishes using local staples like this griddled paiai with boquerones, tomato, shallot and purslane. Every bite was amazing. Wash it down with their craft cocktails - highly recommended!Popular withFoodiesGreenTrendsters