Hawai’i: Wolfgang’s Steakhouse

Saturday, January 2, 2010 5comments No tags Permalink 0

The meat locker

I get to hang out with my mom and dad a lot when I come back to Hawai’i, but I see my sister less often. She’s a high school senior, and always off doing her own things with friends. But we try to gather for dinner with the four of us at least once a week. We did just that on a Tuesday: dinner at Wolfgang’s, followed by Avatar at the Ward Theatres.
There are two locations of Wolfgang’s in Manhattan, but I haven’t tried them yet, go figure. Our meal started with their bread (pass), and oysters…
…and super thick slices of Canadian bacon.
We had the ‘steak for three’ – a wonderful, but scary huge amount of meat. A good amount was left unfinished, I think ‘steak for two’ would have been the perfect size. Portions are gigantic.
For sides: creamed spinach and garlic mashed potatoes, both pictured above.
And dessert? Apple strudel with extra schlag.
I confess to enjoying the whipped cream more that the strudel itself! So thick and voluminous!

I’ve been to most of the steakhouses in Hawai’i, and though Wolfgang’s undoubtly has the best steak, Hy’s remains my favourite for overall experiences (bonus: that cheese bread they give out is beyond glorious ;).

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse
2301 Kalakaua Avenue
Bldg C, Third Level, C301
Honolulu, HI 96815
(808) 922-3600

  • K and S
    November 30, -0001

    wow that does look like a lot of food! happy 2010!

  • Anna
    January 2, 2010

    I'm with you – whipped cream is better than strudel any day. <3 whipped cream

  • anonymous
    January 3, 2010

    Wolfgang's has turned into one of my favorite steakhouses. We were there last Saturday.The guy that they sent here from NY to open has done a great job and is going back in a few days to open another location in NY and later this year in Miami.I really love the Dry Aged Ribeye and usually have rice and broccoli as sides. They even have shoyu and mayonnaise for my broccoli!Never been to Hy's but now it is my "must try" list.Alan from Makiki

  • Kathy YL Chan
    January 4, 2010

    Hey Anna!Yes indeed!!! :DHey Kat!Portions were MASSIVE ^_^Hey Alan!They have shoyu?! I had no idea…I love shoyu on my mashed potatoes hehehe ;) Definitely go to Hy's! I almost love their garlic cheese bread more than the steak ^_^

  • anonymous
    January 11, 2010

    Your blog makes me smile. I lived in Oahu for a few years and miss all the food. Hy's was my fav steak. My memories come alive when reading your tasty blog.

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