Biting Commentary

The Baker Dudes’ New Downtown Bakery

If we’re going to carbo-binge with the Baker Dudes, it’s going to be with their macadamia sticky buns.

Chinatown Tour by Slow Food Oahu

Did you know that Sun Yat-sen, founding father of the republic of China, went to Iolani? Or that there’s a butcher in Chinatown who uses rendered fat to make soap?

Noodle Tuesday: Vermicelli at Mr. Tea Cafe

How could we claim to be the (maybe) unofficial noodle capital of the world without a noodle dessert?

Meet Johnny Iuzzini at the 4th Annual Hawaii Food and Wine Festival

Some pastry chefs, after a day of working with sugar, crave salt. Not Johnny Iuzzini, a self-proclaimed sugar freak.

Curry Lunch at the Kahala

Hurry over for curry. On Wednesdays, you’ll find the triumvirate of curries: Indian, Thai and Japanese.

New Desserts at Top of Waikiki

New desserts by pastry chef Heather Bryan, formerly of Vintage Cave and Nobu.

Chris Kajioka: Last Days at Vintage Cave, Last Pop Up and Future Restaurant

“I’m kind of over fine dining,” he says. “It’s not what I like to eat when I go out.”

The Nook Neighborhood Bistro: A New Brunch Spot

Mochiko chicken and mochi waffles: The most awesome Hawaii food mashup since loco met moco.

Hey Honey, You Won’t Bee-Lieve What’s Up at Hyatt Regency Waikiki

Did you know Hawaii produces about $2.4 million worth of honey per year?

Mariposa Offers New Fare with Mixed Results

Lunch service more lackluster than luxe.

Waianae Gold Kiawe Flour

A brand new ancient food, milled from kiawe bean pods.

Hawaii Foodbank Program Offers Low-income Seniors Fresh Produce

A Hawaii Foodbank program gives seniors vouchers for farmers markets.

Subscribe to Honolulu