Just when you thought you’d chosen your favorite ramen, three new spots open up, making you question your loyalties.
A survey of Honolulu’s chocolatiers and bean-to-bar makers, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
This year, for the 30th anniversary, we take a look at the two winningest chefs in the history of the awards, who continue to influence Hawaii dining today.
Hawaii's Most Beloved Fish: A guide to finding the best, and stories from the people who catch and serve it.
Not long ago, two chefs peddled tacos from their food trucks. They fell in love (platonically), And together, they opened Kan Zaman to serve the food they missed from their home countries.
Korean barbecue goes high end at Budnamujip.
Yes, they’re louching absinthe in Honolulu. No, it’s not a hallucination.
Imu fundraisers offer stress-free Thanksgiving meals, Hawaiian-style.
Recently, after 19 years of business, Indigo closed its doors.
Peter Kim made his name with casual dining spots such as Yummy Korean BBQ. Five years ago, he bought Liliha Bakery. Now he’s moving upscale with the steakhouse The Signature.
For the past few years, it’s been about pop-ups and picnic tables; now, is the dining pendulum swinging back toward formal dining rooms and white tablecloths?
Honolulu is dominated by Cantonese-local hybrid restaurants that tend to blur together after awhile. Enter Hunan Cuisine.