Biting Commentary

Blood and Guts: 7 Honolulu Dishes Made From Innards, Gizzards and Other Surprising Organs

Hawai‘i folks can eat an impressive array of ethnic foods containing blood, liver or other gutsy dishes.

What You Need to Know About Hawai‘i Constitutional Amendment 2

The amendment would support the local food industry and agriculture. Here’s how.

One of Honolulu’s Best Chocolate Truffle Makers Has a New Shop in Mānoa

We tried Choco le‘a’s new shop and found truffles for everyone, from Hello Kitty and robot shapes, to lychee liqueur and liliko‘i flavors.

Pau Hana Market in Waikīkī Provides Eat the Street-style Food Trucks All Day, Every Day

You can get a cold ramen salad, churros and a massive chicken cutlet plate in one spot.

Noodle Tuesday: We Try 8 Instant Noodles Under $4

We raided the instant-noodle aisle of Don Quijote for a variety of bowls that make great on-the-go lunches for today's office workers.

New at Morimoto Waikīkī

Pan-seared snapper with Thai-style curry, chocolate and shiso and more.

Free Coco Puffs, Four New Restaurant Openings and One Farewell

Just opened: Livestock Tavern, Izakaya Mai, HASR Deli, and Heavenly.

New: Blue Marlin Tapas and Sushi Bar

There’s new life in the old Matteo’s space on Seaside.

New at Nobu: Smoked Scallops and Lychee, Plus the Best Mochi Dessert

Kiawe-smoked scallops with lychee, mochi cake with rum-soaked cherries, and more.

And the Winners of the Hale ‘Aina Awards are...

Ready to find out the winners of this year’s Hale ‘Aina Awards?

October Food Events: Fried Chicken, Sake and Next Food Network Star’s Ippy Aiona

The best upcoming food and drink events around Honolulu.

Vintage Cave’s New Chefs: Jonathan Mizukami and Eddie Lopez

New chefs and new menus at Honolulu’s most expensive restaurant.

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