Hawaii Mom Blog: Two Ways to Dine at Restaurant Suntory

Dining

Recipes

Travel

Events

RECENT POSTS

February 15, 2019

Two Ways to Dine at Restaurant Suntory

Restaurant Suntory is one of my all time favorite restaurants in Hawaii. My parents used to take us here for dinner when we were kids, and even to this day we still have family dinners here (and now 'family dinners' include my five year old twin sons!).

Restaurant Suntory offers two styles of Japanese dining - Teppanyaki and Washoku..

WASHOKU

If you're looking for traditional style Japanese cuisine, make a reservation in their regular dining room or sushi bar area. For my friend's 41st birthday, his family hosted family and friends to an amazing washoku style dinner in the sushi bar. 


midori sour blended



spicy ahi sushi roll

assorted sashimi





miso soup

miso butterfish

wafu steak gozen

tempura



green tea ice cream


TEPPANYAKI

For me personally, I prefer the teppanyaki room at Suntory. Don't get me wrong, their traditional "washoku" dishes are divine, but I LOVE teppanyaki, because I get to see my food prepared, and it comes straight from the grill to my plate!



green salad


shrimp appetizer

chicken (for my twins)

grilled veggies

garlic fried rice

lobster

certified angus sirloin (don't forget to ask for the garlic chips!)

bean sprouts

sorbet


Restaurant Suntory is also open for lunch! Read about Gem's lunch at Suntory HERE!

RESTAURANT SUNTORY
Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center
Bldg B, Third Level, B307
2233 Kalakaua Ave
(808) 922-5511







No comments:

Post a Comment

The posts published on Hawaii Mom Blog are personal experiences and opinions only. Press releases and other information from business are shared if believed they may be of interest to Hawaii Mom Blog readers. Press releases/information from businesses do not reflect personal opinions. Unless otherwise specified, products are provided by the sponsor free of charge, and no monetary compensation is received. Hawaii Mom Blog assumes no liability for any malfunction, injury, or other loss or damage, whether direct, consequential, or incidental, arising out of services, companies, or products that have been featured, reviewed, given away, advertised, or written about on Hawaii Mom Blog. Click here for the Terms of Use.