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PapayaHawaii's multi-cultural populace offers both visitors and locals alike a vast array of culinary delights and we suggest you treat yourself to something new each day of your stay. Dining in Waikiki ...

Bubba Gump Shrimp Company. Run, Forest, run. Stop in and get treated to some fun friendly service and a memorable meal. Located just outside of Waikiki at Ala Moana Center. 1450 Ala Moana Blvd. Phone 949-4867.

Hau Tree Lanai. Enjoy a romantic, oceanfront setting with great sunset views at this cozy, intimate, open-air restaurant. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Located in the New Otani Kaimana Beach Hotel. 2863 Kalakaua Ave. Phone 921-7006.

FishLa Mer. Fine dining at its best awaits you at this five star award-winning restaurant which overlooks the sea at Waikiki Beach. Reservations recommended. Dress code. Located in the Halekulani Hotel. Phone 923-2311.

Legend Seafood Restaurant. A must for those who love dim-sum, which is served daily for lunch. Located downtown in the Chinese Cultural Plaza. 532-1868.

Ono Hawaiian Food. A quaint hole-in-the-wall just a couple of minutes outside of Waikiki. All of the traditional dishes are served, including lau lau (a combination of pork, fish and/or chicken wrapped in taro leaves). Open Monday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. 726 Kapahulu Ave. Phone 737-2275.

Shore Bird Beach Broiler. Wake up to an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet overlooking the beach. Oceanfront lunches feature burgers, sandwiches and kabobs that you cook yourself--all part of the fun! Dinners include steaks, burgers, ribs, fish, chicken and more. Located in the Outrigger Reef Hotel. 923-2887.

SinghaSingha Thai Cuisine. Authentic gourmet Thai cuisine offered in an exotic setting. Royal Thai dancers perform nightly. Reservations suggested. 1910 Ala Moana Blvd. Phone 941-2898.

Tanaka of Tokyo. Knife-wielding master chefs display their uncanny culinary expertise before your very eyes. The finest sirloin steaks, salmon filets, chicken, and lobster tails on teppan grills are served in true Japanese style. Three locations: Waikiki Shopping Plaza, King's Village and Ala Moana Center. Phone 922-4702, 922-4233, 945-3443.

Tony Roma's. The largest casual theme restaurant chain specializing in ribs in the world serves its signature ribs, world famous onion loaf, and other steak, chicken and seafood entrees every day. 1972 Kalakaua Ave. Phone 942-2121.

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