Hawaii.com Announces Top Restaurants

Hawaii.com recently conducted an online poll asking its more than 1 million members to vote for their favorite restaurants in the Hawaiian Islands.
Today Hawaii.com announced the results of the poll. The list is published on Hawaii.com and all winning restaurants will receive a beautiful commemorative plaque to display in their restaurants.
Favorite Steakhouse in Honolulu
Ruth's Chris Steak House Waikiki
226 Lewers St., Honolulu (808-440-7910)
There are five locations in the Hawaiian Islands, including two in Oahu.

Favorite Hamburger in Honolulu
Cheeseburger in Paradise
2500 Kalakaua Ave., Honolulu (808-923-3731)
This restaurant has lots of open space and big windows to view the surroundings…and they make great burgers, too.
Favorite Breakfast Spot in Waikiki and Favorite Restaurants with a View on Oahu
Duke's at the Outrigger Waikiki
2335 Kalakaua Ave., Honolulu (808-922-2268)
Breakfast here features a buffet that features homemade omelets and eggs Benedict. The dessert specialty here is hula pie: Macadamia nut ice cream piled high on a chocolate cook crust, covered with chocolate fudge, whipped cream and more macadamia nuts.

Favorite Maui Restaurants with a View
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
889 Front St.  Lahaina, HI96761  (808-661-3111)
This outpost of the chain in Lahaina is notable for its incredible view!
Favorite Maui Restaurant
Cheesburger in Paradise 

811 Front StreetMaui, Hawaii (808-661-4855)
The food is nothing special, but this is a noisy, fun place for the entire family.

Favorite Kauai Restaurant
Dukes Canoe Club at the Kauai Marriott

3610 Rice St., Lihue (8089) 246-9599
The salad bar, which comes with the meal, makes normally bland salad bar items like potato salad, pasta salad, and cole slaw phenomenal, as is the hand tossed Caesar salad. Great fish dishes and good ambiance. The Barefoot Bar downstairs is also a popular gathering place.

Favorite Big Island Restaurant
Roy's Waikoloa Bar & Grill
250 Waikoloa Beach Dr., Waikoloa (808) 886-4321
European techniques and Asian cuisine met Hawaiian hospitality under the deft touch of Roy Yamaguchi. He was one of the first people to serve “Hawaiian Fusion”(tm) cuisine in the islands—and he has been so successful that he has copyrighted the term.