Chart House Waikiki
1765 Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96815
4:30 pm - 9:30 pm
- Mon - Thu
4:30 pm - 9:00 pm
4:30 pm - 9:30 pm
5:00 pm - 9:30 pm
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
General InfoTucked away from the bustle of Waikiki, Chart House Waikiki sits nestled, overlooking the peaceful Ala Wai Yacht Harbor. Chef Randy's innovative Pacific Rim presentations showcase the freshest bounty of the islands. Award-winning service and panoramic sunset views make the dining room the place for a relaxing island-style dinner. Join us for a romantic dinner for two or a gathering in a family restaurant. Live Hawaiian contemporary entertainment and early and late happy hours heat up the night in the cocktail lounge. We also serve the the island's largest pupu menu. For the highlight of island dining or a taste of local nightlife, the Chart House Waikiki is the place to be. Opened in February of 1969, Chart House Waikiki is the longest running, singly-owned-and-operated restaurant in Honolulu, Hawaii. We pride ourselves on offering the best in quality service and food, whether you're choosing from our entree, appetizer, dessert, or children's menu. Visit us at the Chart House Waikiki for Good Food, Good Friends & Good Times.
- Cocktail Lounges
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This restaurant seems to be poorly ran as service is extremely slow. Limited menu does not reflect what is on the yellow pages menu. Sodas do not have refills and they do not mention it until you order your second one. Prices are much higher than on the YP MENU. Would not recommend as a place definitely not a destination restaurant. The food was not up to par with other steakhouses and this has no affiliation with the chart house restaurants known for their great food.
I'm giving this 4 stars as I hate seafood and the steak was pretty good but they arent a steakhouse so I have to deal. Love the view and the ambiance, pricey but this is expected in this area. I would go back again sooner if there wasn't so many places to try nearby !
Not good, food, service, beverages, or location.
I went becasue of the name, only to find out this location is not part of the US chain. It is also not any good.
I ordered a beer, which was served warm. I sent it back only to have the same results 5 minutes later. The barteendar came over to ask about the issue and after I explained she said ""we get that alot"". This was an omen I should have left. I ordered the garlic steak special and soup. The steak had so much garlic it was bitter and unpleasant to eat. For a $45 entree I was surprised at the poor quality. The waiter offered sympathy, but no more.
I would not recommend this place to anyone.
Located right next to the Hawaii Prince Hotel by the wharf, this is a nice find. We went on a Thursday night and the place was full, yet it didn't feel overly crowded. The service here was great and everyone is really friendly.
We got seated by the open windows and the local band made it a great way to start off the evening.
Food here is good, but more on the end of a Pub. If you're looking for that Romantic dinner spot to get dressed up for this isn't the place. It's very casual here.
I recommend getting the French Onion Soup. It's actually one of the better ones I've had in a long long time.
My husband and I chose to eat at the Chart House for one of our nice evenings out. We were seated at a nice, quaint table right on the edge of the dining room at an open window overlooking the marina. Our server was one of the top 5 waiters I've ever had and the food was delicious. I had a wonderful Live Main Lobster with delicious sides. I am quite a picky person when it comes to restaurants and I would definitely recommed the Chart House.
This is a great place to catch the sunset, whether you go for cocktails and special appetizer prices from the vast menu(soft shell crab, calamari, oysters rockefeller) or dinner. Many seafood choices, plus steaks, killer prime rib, and chicken, along with vegetarian choices. Dinners come with freshly baked squaw bread, thick and tasty New England clam chowder or salad, starch, and vegetable. Overlooking the marina, with hundreds of sailboats bobbing in the ocean, sipping a Merlot, it dawned on me that I live in paradise.
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