From a steakhouse.
So last week, after a serious craving for meat, I decided to try a steak joint I had never been to before: d.k Steakhouse in Waikiki.
It came highly recommended on Twitter — thanks, particularly, to @onokinegridz, for the suggestions — so I booked reservations and went.
d.k Steakhouse, created by local chef D.K. Kodama, along with Hawaii’s top sommelier Chuck Furuya, opened in 2004 to rave reviews. Critics enjoyed the restaurant’s classically and dry-aged U.S. high-grade steaks, particularly the 30-day dry-aged version that quickly became its signature offering.
So you can probably guess what we ate. Here’s a peek:
d.k Steakhouse, 2552 Kalakaua Ave., third floor. Hours: 5:30-10 p.m. daily. (808) 931-6280.
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