Yakiniku Hiroshi

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Service: The service was absolutely top notch at Yakiniku Hiroshi in Waikiki. They had about one server / table back per a table and it made a huge difference in the overall dinning experience. We didn’t have to wait even one minute for a refresh of our water/tea or to add other items to our order.  They also quickly removed old plates which is always appreciated.

Food: The menu at Yakiniku Hiroshi comprises of a large variety of meats, seafood, noodles and a terrific assortment of vegetables. One of the best things about this restaurant is they have a very high standard of meat and only accept the top 1% of USDA graded beef. The best selections on the menu are Gold & Platinum grades of Wayu Beef raised in Idaho and known as some of the best high quality American Kobe Style beef available.  The vegetable side dishes that came with the sample menu (for 2 people) where delicious and included choy sum, kim chee, diakon kim chee, bean sprouts, roasted garlic, rice, seaweed, and even a side salad. The food is good but its also very expensive for the amount of food you get for each dish so we recommending going with a big group so you can afford to try lots of items on the menu. They also have an excellent wine list with over 200 selections!
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Favorite Dishes: The Smaller Premium Sampler which was $45 per a person was great and if you prefer they will substitute the beef tongue for another meat variety fresh that day (we got a thinly sliced pork which was very yummy).

Atmosphere: The ambiance was very nice at this establishment and they two seating areas downstairs (5 tables) and upstairs (10 tables). The tables are very clean and new-age for Yakninku and utilize a charcoal burning brazier which is smokeless and really enjoyable. The only thing we where not to keen on was the music which was very poppy and didn’t really mesh with the relaxing atmosphere.

Consistency: We have only been once so far but would like to visit again soon.

Parking: Yakiniku Hiroshi offers validated parking for 3 hours at the Waikiki Trade Center which is one block away from the restaurant.

Price Range: Medium-High ($10.50-$65) per Entree
Corkage Fee $25 per Bottle
Reservations Accepted & Recommended
Take Out Not Available

Address:
339 Royal Hawaiian Ave.
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Tel: (808) 923-0060
Website:
http://www.yakinikuhiroshi.net/flash.htm

Hours of Operation:
Open Daily for Dinner: 5:30 p.m. – 11 p.m.

 

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