10 Best Family-Family Restaurants in Honolulu



Hawaii is a popular family vacation spot and traveling families are a common sight in the islands. Here at 10 Best we know families, and it's nice to dine in a place where kids don't stand out and little chatterboxes don't stick out like a sore thumb. So we've compiled this list to guide visiting families to the best family friendly restaurants in and around Honolulu. From kinda fancy to simply casual, hungry families can find the perfect meal for the perfect occasion.

A true favorite with local families, Anna Miller's in Pearl City is a home style, family friendly gem. Open 24 hours and offering round the clock breakfast (and lunch and dinner too) Anna Miller's is a lively and warm place. They're known for their homemade fruit pies, so don't forget to try one.

For something a bit more upscale, Lei Lei's Bar and Grill at Turtle Bay Resort is a place both kids and parents will love. This classy but casual restaurant on the golf course is where the parents can kick back and relax at a table with great food and drinks, while kids run around the putting green and gaze at the turtle pond. It's ideal for kids who get antsy when their meal is done but the parents want to keep sitting down.

For a night of real family entertainment and food, the Polynesian Cultural Center is sure to wow. An abundance of food at a near theme park is fun for the whole family.


Anna Miller's
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At Anna's, you'll find breakfasts so good they're available 24 hours a day. This is a favorite place with local families, and often parents and children will be the dominant sort of diners here. Celebrated for its delicious, affordable fare, the...  Read More




Kono's in Haleiwa is a family run breakfast and lunch spot centrally located in historic Haleiwa on the North Shore. A small deli like eatery, you can call in and order before and pick it up or enjoy it there. They welcome walk in orders, also...  Read More


Wailana Coffee House
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This coffee shop is a perpetual favorite with those looking for sustenance consisting of traditional breakfast fare, the busy coffee house is ideal for families. Its relaxed ambiance welcomes a laid-back crowd, and the all-day breakfast pulls in...  Read More


Kobe Japanese Steak House & Sushi Bar


It's dinner and entertainment rolled into one at this Japanese hot spot. Vivacious chefs chop, slice, and sauté steak, chicken, shellfish, and vegetables right before your eyes in an exuberant display of teppanyaki cooking. It's just the place...  Read More




In tribute to Duke Kahanamoku, Hawaii's renowned swimmer, surfer and Olympic athlete, this casual restaurant offers patrons a wealth of island culture. Memorabilia, live Hawaiian music, and fresh local seafood are among the attractions that have...  Read More




Cafe Haleiwa is a North Shore staple, owned and operation by a family who's lived there for decades. The cafe has been open for over a decade too, and is a favorite with locals and visitors alike. Until recently the cafe served breakfast only,...  Read More




A terrific alternative to fast food, Andy's has built its reputation on affordable, healthy fare. Since 1977, the casual place has served up vegetarian-oriented food that's not only good for the body but tastes great too. The selection of...  Read More




Lei Lei's Bar and Grill sits right on the golf course at Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore of Oahu. Like a bar and grill would be, it's laid back and casual, yet somewhat upscale and classy. There's a putting green out front where the kids...  Read More




Many say this is hands down the best luau on Oahu. They can feed up to 1,200 guests at one time, so get ready to party down! Except of course, since the Polynesian Cultural Center is part of the Mormon Church there's no alcohol in any drinks...  Read More


Irifune
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So ono (delicious), as the locals would say! At Irifune you'll find perhaps the best Japanese food a person can find in Honolulu, and it's decently priced, low key, a home style. The hole in the wall restaurant hides it great food behind a very...  Read More


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Raised on the Big Island of Hawaii, Jade has traveled the world and doesn't intend to stop, yet the Hawaiian Islands are still her favorite place. She spent seven years living on Oahu and...  More About Jade

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