Ginza Bairin

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N.º 19 de 4680 sitios para comer en Honolulu
CerradoAbre a las 11:00
$$$$ Precio medio: $11-30
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255 Beach Walk
Honolulu, Hawái, Estados Unidos
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Un paseo admirando Waikiki Beach Walk es lo menos que puedes esperar tras cenar en este restaurante. Los turistas valoran los platos de la cocina japonesa de Ginza Bairin. En este lugar, no te olvides de sus caseros katsu, su famosa sopa de miso y su sabrosa ensalada de sésamo. Tómate un descanso y pídete una bien preparada tarta o una bien trabajada panna cotta. Su estupenda cerveza de grifo, su sorprendente vino y su irresistible whisky están entre las bebidas más solicitadas de este lugar. No vas a poder olvidar el extraordinario , el sensacional zumo y el espectacular café que se pueden beber aquí.

Vas a llevarte un buen recuerdo de este restaurante, ya que es famoso por su gran servicio y su amable personal, siempre dispuesto a ayudar. Ginza Bairin te ofrece unos precios asequibles por unas comidas deliciosas. No hay duda de que vas a agradecer su encantadora atmósfera y su atrayente decoración. Los críticos profesionales de Frommer han calificado este lugar con 2 estrellas, lo que sin duda significa que es muy recomendable.

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I've walked by a number of evenings over the past ten years, but, for whatever reason, never walked in to dine here.  I was a fan of their pop-up stand at the old Shirokiya 2nd floor food court.  So this wasn't a total surprise for me or so I thought.   Coming in one Monday afternoon alone, I accepted the waitress's offer of a counter seat.  After a short study of their abbreviated lunch menu, I ordered the katsu curry set (… ).  Let's just say that everything was as delicious as it looked as I wanted to lift the plate and lick it clean... really was tempted.  The rich curry sauce was that delicious.  A nice perk was that my waitress offered to refill my miso soup a number of times.  Besides, she automatically gave me the Kama'aina discount... how do I apply to be local again?! In late January, my group of friends and I were debating on a Saturday night dinner destination, not wanting to travel too far from our hotel.  I suggested coming here and made a reservation for ten.  They only had a 5:30 pm opening and seated us near the front against the left wall.  Their dinner menu is larger and the prices are higher.  Wanting to explore with the meat choices, I ordered the mixed katsu dinner (… ).  It was good but likely will order the tenderloin next time as I wasn't particularly fond of the ground Kurobuta.  We shared a special dipping sauce (… ) which was okay only.  Our courteous waitress periodically offered refills on the salads and rice to our party. Service was efficient though a little uneven as I don't believe that they are used to hosting large parties, given the size of the restaurant.  For weekend dinners, I highly recommend making reservations.   As we left, a party of three local Japanese customers who seemed like regulars (familiarity with the host and waitress) were just seated.  The younger man (50 or so) pulled his guitar out and started singing a Japanese folk song to his older female dining companions (mother or aunt?) which brought smiles to all in the restaurant (staff and patrons).  Yes, it's this kind of place, so don't be deterred by it being in Waikiki.
We only got takeout the katsu sandwich, but boy were they delicious! For $8.50, you get a nice tender piece of perfectly fried tonkatsu on white bread (no crust) with a hint of their very tasty sesame-mustard sauce. The sandwich is sliced very thin into 4 pieces like finger sandwiches at a fancy lunch party. Did I say they were delicious? Because they were DELICIOUS! Just what we needed to fuel our walk through Waikiki. Service was super friendly and they all but ran out the door to hand me my sandwiches when I came back to pick them up. We will definitely be coming back to sit down for a meal next time we're in town.
Visited for dinner.  Parking is somewhat of an to say the street parking...available at Mitsukoshi building but also limited.   Suggest you uber.  Great Japanese food, of which their specialty is Tonkatsu.  My opinion is not as good as Tomafuji but good.  Other items on the menu are ok..service was good for me.
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255 Beach Walk, Honolulu, Hawái, Estados Unidos
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