A 40-Year Masterpiece In The Works For Your PalateA La Carte
November 11, 2018
Story By: Adrienne Wilson | Photos by: Wolfgang’s Steakhouse
Wolfgang Zwiener served as head-waiter at a nationally acclaimed New York steak-house for 40 years.
After learning from the best he opened his own restaurant, aptly named Wolfgang’s Steakhouse, which was promptly declared a top steakhouse in the state and continued to become a global phenomenon.
With eight locations worldwide, including one on Oahu, there’s no need to travel all the way to New York for a bite of Zwiener’s hand-selected sides of beef, which are dry-aged for 28 days on site and then carved into Wolfgang’s signature style.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse’s Waikiki restaurant in Royal Hawaiian Center serves the same mouthwatering, perfectly sizzled, juicy, tender porterhouse, New York sirloin, ribeye, filet mignon, and prime rib that melts in your mouth and offers a perfectly caramelized crust.
If you are looking for an excuse to go out, check out Wolfgang Steakhouse’s brunch menu.
IT’S TURKEY AND BREKKIE TIME!
Have you ever had steak for breakfast? In the case of Wolfgang’s Benedict ($17.95), you can relish on thin slices of tender filet mignon smothered with two poached eggs (or any style you prefer) and homemade hollandaise sauce presented on an English muffin with crunchy hash browns on the side.
Beef is not all that Wolfgang’s Steakhouse specializes in — the restaurant is also well versed in lobster, shellfish, chicken, veal, lamb, fish, and even Japanese choshoku (breakfast). However, what people are really excited about is celebrating Thanksgiving at Wolfgang’s Steakhouse on Thursday, Nov. 22. The Thanksgiving special ($49.95) includes a choice of starter (Caesar salad or lobster bisque), an entree of roast turkey and stuffing, mashed potatoes with home-style gravy, cranberry sauce, steamed vegetables and pumpkin cheesecake.