Buffets in Honolulu Offer an Abundance of Cuisines and Dishes
Buffets seem to a vacation tradition and Honolulu definitely isn't lacking in that department. When it comes to buffets, Honolulu has a wide array of places to dine for buffets offering an abundance of food and cuisines. Whether you're looking for a dinner buffet to end a day of exploring the island, or a breakfast buffet to fill you up to start a day of activities, you'll be in luck in Honolulu. Look no further than our list for a guide to the ten best buffets in Honolulu.
The Prince Court Restaurant is known for its great service, clean and elegant atmosphere, and amazing seafood.
Local Expert Tip: "You'll definitely need a reservation for the seafood buffet."
Indigo is a local hot spots and the lunch buffet is a favorite with locals.
Local Expert Tip: "After the lunch buffet take a stroll and explore the hip and revamped neighborhood. "
Extravagant breakfast and dinner buffets and mermaids swimming in a three-story aquarium makes this restaurant delicious and unique.
Local Expert Tip: "Make reservations, and there's a 15 percent discount for kama'aina (Hawaii residents)."
The extravagant sushi buffet is loaded with fresh local seafood in all forms.
Local Expert Tip: "Make a reservation. "
Centrally located and offering the Hawaiian version of a buffet, this luau is fun with great food.
Local Expert Tip: "Come with an empty stomach. Seriously. "
- Cuisine: American, Asian, European, Hawaiian, Mediterranean
- Average Main Course Price: $32
- Neighborhood: Kahala
The beachfront location is known for offering fresh fish with quality service.
Local Expert Tip: "The breakfast buffet is located in Kahala, so it's a great start to the day when heading east for the day. "
Hakone is known for it's exquisitely prepared and super fresh sushi.
Local Expert Tip: "Remember to wear resort attire, there's a bit of a dress code here. "
Located on the west side of the island, the Paradise Cove Luau is one of the most entertaining and offers an abundance of amazing Hawaiian food.
Local Expert Tip: "Don't eat before the luau."
- Cuisine: American, Asian, Continental, Deli, Hawaiian, Japanese
- Average Main Course Price: $30
- Neighborhood: Honolulu
The Kulana Terrace offers nine amazing buffets. Need we say more?
Local Expert Tip: "Happy hour is daily from 3:30-5:50 p.m. and again from 9-10:30 p.m."
- Cuisine: Hawaiian, Polynesian, Regional, Seafood
- Average Main Course Price: $88
- Neighborhood: East Oahu
The Polynesian Cultural Center is an attraction on it's own, but the all you can eat Hawaiian buffet is known as some of the best around.
Local Expert Tip: "It can be a good idea to hit the North Shore beaches and end the day at this luau."
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