Best Restaurants in Hawaii? One Name Comes to Mind.

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If you’re searching out the best restaurants in Hawaii it won’t be long before you run across someone saying this…


Roy’s restaurants are really amazing. The one in Maui in Kahana was a favorite stop of mine and I spent way too much money there, but I didn’t have the good sense to stop. The seared Ahi and the chocolate volcano lava something or another was a religious experience. (pure hedonism)

Lavagal over at had this review of the Roy’s Restaurant in east Oahu, Hawaii at her blog…

I don’t even have to tell you the name. Everyone knows which restaurant in East Oahu is the best.

Not that other restaurants out here aren’t wonderful. There are. Most are more in line with family budgets tightened in response to economic restraints. East Oahu has great barbecue places, breakfast joints, burger and burrito spots. When we’re in a hurry, there’s something to grab. When we’re in the mood for something specific, there’s everything but Indian out here. But when it comes to super special, we go to Roy’s in Hawaii Kai.

Full Roy’s Restaurant post by Lavagal here >

I recommend, if you have some extra cash, you go spend it at Roy’s on whatever Hawaiian Island you happen to be on. You won’t be disappointed. Try the seared ahi (tuna). It’s yummy.

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