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Takeout Tip of the Day: Chopchop Rotisserie

(Sponsored) This Waikīkī spot serves up roasted meats, made-from-scratch sides and daily specials.


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Chopchop Rotisserie

Photos: Courtesy of Chopchop Rotisserie

 

Considering it only opened in January, it’s not surprising that many people have never heard of, much less eaten at, Chopchop Rotisserie. The latest brainchild of restaurateurs Kevin Hanney and Denise Luke, the husband-wife duo behind 12th Ave Grill and Koko Head Café, Chopchop is a fast-casual concept focusing on spit-roasted meats offered as rotating daily specials:

 

Monday: Leg of lamb

Tuesday: Tacos

Wednesday: Smoked beef brisket

Thursday: Glazed whole duck

Friday: St. Louis-style baby back ribs

Sunday: Prime rib

 

And the prices? Surprisingly affordable: A plate, which includes rice or potatoes and a side salad, will run you between $11 and $15, making this a great budget option if you just don’t feel like cooking. Plus, any of the daily specials—along with braised short rib, whole chicken and miso pork—can be ordered as a family meal ($23.50 to $37.50) that comes with salad, rice or potatoes, and your choice of one hot and one cold side.

 

Chopchop Rotisserie

Slow-roasted short ribs with drippings potatoes and a side salad.

 

TAKEOUT: Place an order online here, or call 808-425-4268. Curbside pickup at Chopchop Rotisserie (next to Food Pantry in Eaton Square), 438 Hobron Lane, Honolulu, HI 96815

DELIVERY: Bite Squad

 

For more information and updates, follow Chopchop Rotisserie on Instagram.

 

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