There are so many must-visit restaurants in Waikiki that you are spoiled for choice on where to eat on your vacation.

From fine dining places to cheap eats and the island's famous food trucks, foodies have a variety of eateries from which to pick. 

House Without A Key at the Halekulani overlooks both the pool and the ocean. It is known for its mai tais and the evening entertainment on the lawn. 

The Sunday brunch at Orchids, also at the Halekulani, is a must for foodies. The spreads include sushi, poke, meats including kalua pig, and a variety of desserts.

You will want to leave room for a slice of the famous Halekulani coconut cake, a melt-in-the-mouth concoction that is the hotel's signature dessert.

La Vie at the Ritz Carlton Residences offers an exceptional 5-course tasting menu, with pescetarian and vegetarian alternatives. 

La Vie's menu is France-inspired and features foods from local producers, from Hirabara beets to Kona kanpachi. 

For a tasting menu with a view of the Diamond Head crater, head to Azure at The Royal Hawaiian. For a more casual meal, try their Mai Tai Beach Bar!

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