You’d be hard-pressed to find food made with such impeccable technique on Oahu as at Senia. It’s also extremely affordable when you eat in the main dining room, with a moderately-priced a la carte menu, on which humble ingredients like cabbage are elevated to luxury status and bone marrow is served with beef cheek marmalade and tiny house-made Hawaiian rolls. However, if you want to see the exquisite craftsmanship of chefs Chris Kajioka and Anthony Rush, make a reservation at the chefs’ counter, facing the immaculate open kitchen.
When visiting Oahu, don’t forget to pack your appetite. Hawaii’s most-visited island has become a pilgrimage spot for celebrity chefs, and the fine-dining scene is fantastic, but there are many culinary experiences on offer here. In fact, you’ll find everything from Japanese to Portuguese cuisine, with plenty of local traditions mixed in for good measure. The breadth and range of flavors on Oahu will surprise you.
Visitors looking for a down-to-earth homely dinner will find themselves surrounded by new friends before they know it, while Oahu also has more than its fair share of gourmet gorgeousness. The best restaurants in Oahu are delightful, and eating here is definitely among the best things to do on this fabulous island.