Great Fish Tacos, some of the best I have ever had.The service was just a good and you dont have to put up with all the tourist crowds.
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This is one of those place you may never see if you don't know to look for it, but it is really worth finding! For both quality and value Ono Steaks can't be beat! We got two steak and shrimp combos, a garlic tuna plate,...More
During our honeymoon we found ourselves going back to Ono's several times. The Coconut Shrimp and the Veggie Burger were great. The owner and staff were friendly and accommodating. On a rainy Sunday evening, the owner brought out his record player and a couple of...More
This restaurant is simply terrific! The menu choices are many and varied. I had the garlic shrimp while my wife had the coconut shrimp. Both dishes were succulent and the quantities were plentiful. The staff was very friendly and met our every concern. A great...More
We have been staying in Waimanalo Beach for years and were overall disappointed with the local food. No More!!! We tried the Garlic Shrimp, Kalua pork, Coconut shrimp, sandwiches and finally the Malasadas. ONO, ONO, ONO!!! This is one of the best plate lunch plates...More
The food is just great! If you go there, try cononut shrimps! The service is perfect too. I would eat there every day!
I had coconut shrimp plate (comes with rice) and it was excellent. Fresh shrimp and fresh coconut! Place does not look like much but I was getting hungry and so many people had said try the local eateries. Lots of locals wandered in and out...More
We had a vacation rental down the road and when we arrived and asked the owner about a foor recommendation he said to go here. Best decision of the trip. We probably ate here 6 times in a week. I tried nearly everything on the...More
Ono Steaks has a lunch wagon and a restaurant that is about a block away. We ate at the cafe, I had the Hawaiian plate with pork lau lau and squid lau with poi. The pork and squid were great!!! The poi a new experience...More
Great little food wagon in beautiful Waimanalo! The malasadas take about 10 minutes to make, but all well worth the short wait.