An upscale steakhouse with everything from a dry-aged, bone-in ribeye to an American Kobe filet. As you might expect from wine director Chuck Furuya, there is a remarkable wine list--Domaine La Garrigue Cotes du Rhone, Trumpeter Malbec from Argentina, Wishing Tree shiraz from Australia--rich, rustic wines. "We ended up with a bill for $327 with tip, with only two steaks split among three people," reports HONOLULU Magazine. Dinner nightly from 5:30 to 10. Valet parking for $12, self-parking for $6.
Like Beef?, March 2008 issue, Honolulu Magazine.
Best Steak, Finalist.