3 Stellar Hawaiian Classics

BY The Editors | June 26, 2017 | Feature Features

Here are 50 of the finest things happening in Hawai‘i's food scene.
Fragrant ginger-crusted onaga, with miso sesame vinaigrette, mushroom and corn at Alan Wong's

Alan Wong’s
At this Hawaii Regional Cuisine icon, tried-and-true indulgences include the playful soup and sandwich, the ahi and avocado salsa stack, and the inimitable coconut dessert of haupia ice cream and fruits in a crisp chocolate shell. 1857 S. King St., McCully/Mo‘ili‘ili, O‘ahu, 949.2526

Chef Mavro
George Mavrothalassitis trained exclusively at three Michelin-star restos before arriving in Hawai‘i. After nearly two decades Mavro’s elegant seasonal menus, each course, adeptly paired with Old and New World vintages, is a must for discerning gastronomes. 1969 S. King St., McCully/Mo‘ili‘ili, O‘ahu, 944.4714

La Mer
You’re in the lap of luxury at this haute table by the sea, where caviar, foie gras and lobster with coconut essence are par for the course. It’s no wonder this stalwart is a perennial AAA Five Diamond award winner. Halekulani, 2199 Kalia Road, Waikiki, O‘ahu, 923.2311

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