Food & Dining

Cheap Eats

Hungry for good values, we combed through the Islands in pursuit of delicious meals for $20 or less. We lunched, we brunched, we wined, we dined. And we found you can eat well, accompanied only by a minted portrait of Andrew Jackson. The secret is not just knowing where to go, but what to order. So grab your wallet, and follow us.

The Dish on Neighbor Islands

For people who love dining out, juicy food gossip is almost as satisfying as the stuff you read in supermarket tabloids.

Casual Dining?

Two new celebrity-chef restaurants, Cassis and Nobu Waikiki, test the limits of “casual dining.”

On Stage

Does Honolulu want another big-league restaurant? Thomas Sorensen is betting $3 million it does.

The Six Rules of Brunch

Why does everyone, except me, love brunch?

Lucky You Eat Hawai‘i

If you had to list all your favorite Hawai‘i foods, what would they be?

Old Friends, Good Wine

Cheers to a civilized night out.

Chinese, Sort Of

Three chains shake up the Chinese restaurant scene.

Ready for Prime Time?

For 100 years, Filipinos have been a major part of Hawai‘i. Is it time for their cuisine to go mainstream?

Hoku’s 2.0

When you mess with a legend, the whole town gets worried.

Kosmic Kaua’i

If you don’t think you can love vegan food, just wait till dessert.

Lobster Jelly and Other Surprises

Japanese cuisine never loses its ability to astonish.

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