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Tucked away in The Break­ers Ho­tel on Beach Walk is Wasabi Bistro, a charm­ing gem of a restau­rant off the beaten path of the big­ger Waikiki thor­ough­fares. The menu fea­tures tra­di­tional Ja­panese dishes, mod­ern in­ter­pre­ta­tions of Ja­panese food and unique lo­cal Hawai­ian-Ja­panese fu­sion fare.

Wasabi Bistro’s most pop­u­lar dishes in­clude Wasabi #1 (crab­meat and av­o­cado wrapped in white fish and baked with a se­cret sauce), Pa­paya Mo­toy­aki (pa­paya boat filled with seafood and baked mo­toy­aki-style) and Wasabi Spring Roll (sliced beef and let­tuce spring roll wrapped and served with spicy miso sauce).

“Ja­panese home cook­ing with a Hawai­ian flair,” says Ken Ro­man­iszyn, man­ag­ing di­rec­tor of Wasabi Bistro, when asked to de­scribe the culi­nary style of food served. Ex­pect the best of both worlds when hav­ing a meal here.

Open for lunch and din­ner, eat­ing at Wasabi Bistro is a delightful break from the hus­tle and bus­tle of Kalakaua—a won­der­ful and de­li­cious sur­prise.

Wasabi Bistro The Break­ers Ho­tel 250 Beach Walk [C:6 Waikiki Map] (808) 922-1133

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