Best Hawaiian food in Honolulu. Many famous people have patronized this small restaurant over the years. Their pictures line the walls. Be sure to get hear early. There are not many tables and a line forms early. My favorites are the Lau Lau which is pork and fish wrapped in luau leaf similar to Spanish and steamed. Their Kailua pig, ...Popular withFoodiesFamiliesBudget
$13ish for a lunch special that can feed practically 2 people?! Totally worth it. As a popular chain on the mainland, it was intoxicating to smell the familiar scent of herby broth and the sauce bar. Broth is the same as its mainland counterparts. Love the "sa-cha" sauce. Service, unfortunately, is going through a learning curve. It was super slow ...Popular withFoodiesTrendstersVegetarian
So we came here a few times as we had two $30 vouchers to use. Both times we came on a weekend while they were serving dim sum. I must say, they have some of the BEST dim sum on the island. Service was excellent, food was great, and we had great deals with the vouchers. We hope to find ...
The food is good and the prices are reasonable. The service, however, is PHENOMENAL. It's rare that I visit a Chinese restaurant with owners AND staff that treat you like family. They are so nice and deserve all the business they can get. The steamed fish with ginger was particularly good.Popular withFoodies
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This location is right on the main road in Waikiki, but I guess people are so busy going to the beach that it's actually not crowded. There are a bunch of other stores scattered throughout Waikiki that are more busy. So if you want a more quiet store, check out this one and try the samples of their shortbread cookies! ...