Bite into a better burgerA La Carte
April 28, 2019
Story By: Brandon Bosworth | Photos by: File photos
It should come as no surprise that a renowned steakhouse such as Wolfgang’s Steakhouse would excel at America’s beloved lunchtime staple, the hamburger. Its massive Classic Sirloin Burger ($12.95) is made with 8 ounces of USDA certified Black Angus beef.
Made fresh to order, it is served with a generous side of french fries and onion rings. Dining room captain James Church says that the burger arrives plain so customers can add in their favorite condiment before digging in.
Since its first restaurant opened on Park Avenue in Manhattan in 2004, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse has grown into 19 locations in the U.S. and Asia.
The Waikiki location opened its doors in 2009 at Royal Hawaiian Center and has proven popular with both locals and tourists.
True to its name, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is known for the quality of its beef dishes. But the restaurant also knows its way around seafood. For example, one of Wolfgang’s must-try lunch specials is Fish n’ Chips ($12.95), featuring hefty pieces of mahimahi covered with panko and fried to a perfect crisp. The dish comes with french fries and onion rings.