About Gary W
Lives in Honolulu
Since Aug 2010
50-64 year old male
I am an intermediated skier trying to become an advance skier, always looking for my next chance to fly down steep fresh powder.
Cemeteries, Historic Sites, History Museums, Monuments & Statues
Nature & Wildlife Areas, Bodies of Water
One of my absolute favorite burger places in the world. Why do I eat here every chance I get... because you will not find a better tasting burger anywhere. Why do I try to stay away from this place every chance I get... because I don't like having to buy new clothes to replace items I no longer fit. Also, this is one expensive "budget" place to eat.
Good quality Chinese food that is above average and priced fairly. A great place for people who hate crowds.
One of the most Historic places to visit in Hawaii. No admission fee makes this a great attraction for the budget minded traveler.
An example of a true local eating experience that will give you a sample of Hawaii's down-to-earth sweet tooth cuisine.
Worth every effort that you make to get here. It can become very difficult to manage since it is an extremely popular snorkeling spot and involves some vertical and steep walking. Parking can be difficult. A $7.50 entrance fee is accessed to non-locals. Also, a 10 minute video guide is required viewing.
One of the very last local diners in Honolulu. Extremely fair prices and great tasting food. Open 24 hours.
Ok, it is a mainland chain-type restaurant that may not have the charm of a local eatery. But when you have that craving for spicy finger-licking fowl you will not find anywhere in Waikiki that can beat this place.
A true bargain price local-style eatery located at the footsteps of Waikiki. Open all night for those craving a meal when most others are sleeping.
The best tasting cultural Asian food available. At an average of $25 a head, priced slightly higher than most casual places but worth every cent. My wife will tell every time you ask her. No better tasting food for the refined palate.
Wow... this place is busy. Wow... this place is fantastic. Wow... this place is really worth visiting. I had a chance to re-visit this rare iconic eatery in the heart of Waikiki just this past week and my family and I were absolutely blown away. The food was fantastic and the prices were fair... considering where we are.
Very pricey, but good stuff. The luncheon items are a stand out. If you like dim sum, this is the place to come.