The Top 18 Biting Commentary Dining Articles of 2018: Readers’ Choice
Openings, closings, mini bakers, a North Shore shrimp truck showdown and quite a few dim sum spots: Here are your most-read Biting Commentary blogs of 2018.
Take your pau hana to the next level at one of these seven restaurants.
Chubbies Burgers serves simple, quality old-school burgers and fries near the old Sports Authority.
No more all-you-can-eat pancakes at 2 a.m. in Waikīkī or casual cofficing at Ward anymore.
Kawehi Haug and Kim Potter of Let Them Eat Cupcakes are crowdfunding to bring back the beloved Kailua bakery.
Sweet Creams expands, Saint-Germain says aloha and Sunny Side rebrands.
Frogs, hedgehogs and bees, oh my! This spot dishes up cute, Instagrammable dumplings.
Mini guava bundt cakes and banana sugar cookies took this eighth grader to the final show.
You need to be invited to dine at Toridokoro Matsumoto, a hidden restaurant that specializes in yakitori.
Chef Roy Yamaguchi launches new concept restaurant with casual, stylish Pan-Asian food, comforting noodle dishes and creative cocktails.
This new gastropub mixes pub fare with local flavors. And no, there’s no ox on the menu.
A local athlete and mom creates a poi package for on-the-go eating.
The Waimānalo farm, which suffered serious crop damage after this weekend’s storm, started a GoFundMe campaign to stay in business.
This Pac-Man pop-up restaurant will transport you back in time to the 1980s.
Enjoy authentic dim sum outside Chinatown at Yum Cha on Kapi‘olani Boulevard.
Which of the Kahuku shrimp trucks is the best?
The iconic Kapahulu drive-in opens its first of four franchise locations this month.
Three words: adobo fried chicken.
Morimoto Asia Waikīkī opened in February, with Momosan Waikīkī.
And one more for the road
It’s loved by many but a daunting task for dumpling freshmen.