I arrived in Honolulu with no specific dinner plans for that evening. The plan was to check out the Executive Lounge food and then wander out somewhere and find something easy to eat. I was having a text conversation with a friend and he said the Top of Waikiki, a rotating restaurant, was surprisingly good. I looked it up on OpenTable.com and I found an opening for that evening. It was located about a 15 –minute walk from my hotel towards the center of Waikiki. It tops a building called the Waikiki Business Plaza, where an elevator ride and a few escalators get you to the restaurant.
The interior is tiered, so every table gets a clear view of the windows as the restaurant rotates about once every hour. The emphasis is on local ingredients (as I think most good restaurants are in Hawaii just because of the isolated location). The menu had several pre-entrée choices and a few specials.
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