Waikiki eatery offers tasty bitesA La Carte
March 20, 2022
Story By: Tasha Mero | Photos by: ANTHONY CONSILLIO
d.k Steak House, which was named after owner D.K. Kodama, is situated within Waikiki Beach Marriott.
Happy hour is available from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays-Thursdays. Guests can indulge in an array of dishes such as Kochujang “Buffalo” Chicken Wings ($9), Teri Glazed House Sliders ($8 for two), Shrimp Ceviche ($11) and more.
The restaurant’s wings boast Sriracha, kochujang, sweet chile and butter glaze, and is served with buttermilk ranch dressing. Its sliders come with two pieces of toasted brioche buns, garlic aioli, shredded cabbage and Swiss cheese, while the Shrimp Ceviche includes Maui onion, cucumber, Thai basil, truffle citrus and wonton chips.
In addition to the eatery’s happy hour menu, check out the regular menu because a visit to a steak house wouldn’t be complete without, well, steak. The 22-ounce Classically-Aged Rib Eye ($75), 22-ounce 15-Day Dry-Aged Rib Eye ($85) and 22-ounce 30-Day Dry-Aged Rib Eye ($89) are all popular choices.
“We are the only steakhouse on the island doing the ‘dry-aged’ steak program inhouse, every day,” says general manager Mark Okamoto. “We source, age, cut and season all of our steaks in-house.
“(They’re) all amazing steaks with great flavor and very customizable with our steak accompaniments.”
Okamoto encourages guests to “come on down and be a part of our family.” He also notes that reservations are highly recommended as the restaurant has limited quantities of its dry-aged steaks.
Validated parking is available for up to three hours.