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Pagoda Restaurant

July 24, 2016

Floating on air with new dinner specials

For more than 50 years, Pagoda Floating Restaurant has been serving both locals and tourists the finest cuisine in an unforgettable setting. The iconic eatery seems to float on top of koi ponds, lush gardens and cascading waterfalls — all hidden within the hustle and bustle of Honolulu. As for the food, Pagoda is famous…

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Fishing Around For Mac-Nut Goodness

To most folks, the mere mention of macadamia nuts evokes images of chocolate-covered treasures that are perfect for snacking on at home or throwing into a care package to send to loved ones and friends on the mainland. But to a chef, macadamia nuts fall into an entirely different category. They’re seen as another amazing…

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May 22, 2016

Buffet Line Offers Lots Of Seafood

Through the doors of Pagoda Floating Restaurant, a thriving koi pond, intimate bungalows and a buffet line filled with fresh, locally inspired fare awaits diners. The oasis-like establishment almost seems out of place in the middle of bustling Honolulu, but it actually has become an escape for hungry tourists and locals. With popular buffet selections,…

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April 10, 2016

Celebrate your co-workers with fine fare

April 27 is Administrative Professionals Day, and in honor of the occasion, Pagoda Floating Restaurant and Catering is hosting a special buffet in its C’est Si Bon Ballroom from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The buffet will feature dozens of appetizers, entrees and desserts to choose from, as well as live entertainment — music by…

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March 1, 2016

Introducing New Pupus

You can find yourself in the middle of an enticing oasis when you arrive at Pagoda Floating Restaurant. Say “hello” to a myriad of your favorite local foods laid before you, as the taste-bud pleasing eatery offers both buffet and a la carte dining. “The food is all made from scratch. (We have) good tasting…

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January 25, 2016

Pagoda gets the party started

Nestled within the hustle and bustle of Honolulu is Pagoda Hotel, a classic retreat that has been serving Oahu’s kamaaina and tourists for 51 years. Adjacent to the hotel sits Pagoda Floating Restaurant & Catering, known for its superb local foods presented in a beautiful Japanese-inspired setting. The restaurant continually strives to please its customers…

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December 20, 2015

Pagoda Brings Back The Good Old Days

For 51 years now, Pagoda Floating Restaurant has remained a relaxing oasis within bustling Honolulu, where kamaaina can dine on their favorite local foods in a picturesque Japanese-inspired setting. Though the establishment has evolved over the last five decades, newly appointed executive chef Michael Arita is helping to unearth the roots of the iconic eatery…

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November 1, 2015

Pagoda gets festive with holiday eats

At Pagoda Floating Restaurant, it’s all about making memories while dining on some of Hawaii’s best buffet options. Pagoda strives to offer Hawaiian and Japanese buffet dining options to its patrons, but mostly, it aims to perpetuate the importance of spending time with family and those you love during the holiday season. Book a lunch…

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September 20, 2015

Feast on local favorites, enter to win trip to Vegas

Dora Higa of Moanalua Valley won a free trip for two to Las Vegas, simply by dining at one of her favorite restaurants — Pagoda Floating Restaurant & Catering in Honolulu. A longtime customer of the landmark restaurant, she recalls many fond memories of the place, including attending countless baby showers, weddings, birthday parties, Christmas…

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August 9, 2015

Floating on air with new buffet bites

While multiple generations of diners have grown up with the memorable weekend dinner and Sunday brunch buffets served up at Pagoda Floating Restaurant, local food fanatics will be thrilled to hear that the dining destination now offers a stellar lunch buffet throughout the week. After more than five decades of serving the community and visitors…

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