Uncle Bo's is an institution for locals on Oahu that know how good it is. Their Kapahulu location is pretty low key looking from the outside and you'd never know how trendy and cool it is until you went inside. The servers are mostly pretty girls (don't we all love beauty?) that are well trained and very friendly. The menu here is local style that's been upgraded a bit. Whatever that means! Anyway, it's kind of pan-asian cuisine with lots of fresh fish. When friends come from out of town we like to take them here to show them that Hawaii's got some good local style restaurants with style.
30. Ruby Tuesday
1450 Ala Moana Blvd Ste 3221Honolulu, HI 96814
From Business: Founded in 1972, Ruby Tuesday is one of the leading casual dining restaurant chains in the world. Ruby Tuesday is a publicly owned entity that operates more than …
Don't bring a big group of four if you call that a group because they do not know how to split the no more than 3 ways you literally have to call the manager to come and he still can't help
Love this place, food exceptional, seating is close when it's just two. Ate at Waikiki real busy. Very noisy at night. I would return.
I have eaten here as a kid when visiting Hawaii. To be able to come back and bring my kids and husband to some of the places I loved to go is great.
The service was excellent and the food was good. It was a great place to watch a game with friends.
Classic Hawaiian in a more modern atmosphere
Eating at this restaurant was not an enjoyable experience. To start, I ordered a $5 citrus spritzer that was supposed to be sparkling. It was flat, tasteless, and watered down. The good was less to be desired. The $13th garden vegetable crepe was tiny and plain. It also lacked seasoning. The omelette was also very plain and tasteless. My impression on the restaurant is that they use cheap ingredients to create overpriced dishes that lack flavor. If possible, eat breakfast or brunch elsewhere...
My family had breakfast there this morning. The Hawaiian French Toast was delicious and worth trying. The toast was light, and the fresh fruit (banana, pineapple and papaya) made it an amazing dish. Someone else in our party ordered the Dark Chocolate French Toast and loved it. We also ordered a bowl of Acai with granola, strawberries, bananas and blueberries. It comes chilled and was refreshing. It's little place, upstairs from a small souvenir stand. Almost missed it walking image area. Glad we didn't. Will try it for lunch, and possibly dinner too.
Excellent food and service
Food and service was average, but not horribly bad.. did not have the Filipino waiter that was reviewed in the other review here. If the app would allow, I'd give this place 2.5 stars.