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Bali Steak & Seafood Restaurant Review: The transition from Hawaii Regional cuisine to modern American with an emphasis on aged Prime beef and seasonal local ingredients offers diners at this well-established restaurant a new experience. The restaurant itself has been freshened as well, but the overall feel is still one of fine dining and there is certainly nothing that compares to the beachfront setting. Some of the best offerings are still seafood. For entrées, there is a selection of steaks simply seasoned with a Kona sea salt rub and your choice of sauces including a classic béarnaise. A nice touch on the meat side of the menu is the accompaniments which include truffle Parmesan fries --- choose any three (there are eight in total) for a fixed price. Seafood main courses include pan-roasted mahi mahi with Kahuku sweet corn ---- be sure to ask what the specials of the day are as well as often the most interesting seafood is on that menu. We know everyone in Hawaii does a bread pudding, but the macadamia nut bread pudding brûlée is in a class by itself.