Pan-seared snapper with Thai-style curry, chocolate and shiso and more.
There’s new life in the old Matteo’s space on Seaside.
Kiawe-smoked scallops with lychee, mochi cake with rum-soaked cherries, and more.
Kaimuki Superette—with its sandwiches and sundries—isn’t the only new project on Kenney’s Kaimuki corner right now.
Little Sheep has the best side of carbs of any other hot pot in town, in particular, the fresh, thick noodles.
Go for refined-casual Japanese food at amazing prices (everything between $3 and $5).
It's everything that’s right about Hawaii.
Hurry over for curry. On Wednesdays, you’ll find the triumvirate of curries: Indian, Thai and Japanese.
Lunch service more lackluster than luxe.
The new Liliha Bakery foregoes sentimentality in favor of a bigger and fancier restaurant.
He couldn’t stay away, and now, neither can we.
Seeking out saimin.