Chef Mavro

★★★★☆
flavors of Hawaii and Provence
  • 1969 S King St

    Honolulu, HI 96826

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  • 808-944-4714

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Mon. CLOSED;Tue. - Sun. 6pm - 9:00pm
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The standout dishes here were definitely the beef course and the malasadas for dessert. Loved how the beef was prepared - kobe-style beef and braised short ribs! The meat was tender and the accompanying sauce was perfect. The rest of the meal was pretty average - nothing was too impressive but nothing was terrible.

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The standout dishes here were definitely the beef course and the malasadas for dessert. Loved how the beef was prepared - kobe-style beef and braised short ribs! The meat was tender and the accompanying sauce was perfect. The rest of the meal was pretty average - nothing was too impressive but nothing was terrible.

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Nice classy place. Tiny portions. Chef Mavro is a real person - a vert talented Parisian who came to Hawaii, worked at one of the big 'otels and then after a few years realized that Honolulu was lacking a good traditional French restaurant.

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Nice classy place. Tiny portions. Chef Mavro is a real person - a vert talented Parisian who came to Hawaii, worked at one of the big 'otels and then after a few years realized that Honolulu was lacking a good traditional French restaurant.

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I visited Chef Mavro's on a trip to Hawaii from San Francisco. Since we have a lot of good restaurants back home, it's tough to impress me. The restaurant is small and intimate, being a mile or so out of the Waikiki strip, but very modern and elegant. The onaga I had was exquisite and tender, and the chocolate marquise with a green tea mousse was intriguing. Portions aren't huge but a series of amuses between courses make up for it. Very personable, too - the chef's wife saw me dining by myself and came over to thank me for coming in.

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★★★★★

I visited Chef Mavro's on a trip to Hawaii from San Francisco. Since we have a lot of good restaurants back home, it's tough to impress me. The restaurant is small and intimate, being a mile or so out of the Waikiki strip, but very modern and elegant. The onaga I had was exquisite and tender, and the chocolate marquise with a green tea mousse was intriguing. Portions aren't huge but a series of amuses between courses make up for it. Very personable, too - the chef's wife saw me dining by myself and came over to thank me for coming in.

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Named one of the top 10 restaurants in the world in 2006, Chef Mavro is the place to go on a date night out without the kids. The dining experience he...

 

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