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Our picks for the best poke on O‘ahu.
The Michelin-starred Hong Kong dim sum eatery’s latest outpost opens at Royal Hawaiian Center.
Others crave sushi and ramen. I head for Gyukatsu Motomura
A list of the best places to stay dry and get warm with the ideal cold-weather comfort food.
(Sponsored) The Waikiki restaurant celebrates its decade milestone with Shoes for Brews event.
Here’s our National Crab Day salute to the sweet crustacean.
Kalua pork + poke of your choice atop crispy fried won ton chips = the best of all worlds.
A long-ago cooking lesson from my mom takes on new meaning.
I owe my addiction to ramen to Yotteko-Ya. The small shop at McCully Shopping Center was my initiation into the world of true ramen, and it left me hungry to try more. But as I tried bowl after bowl at…
Just before the crack of dawn, dozens of Hawai‘i’s most discerning buyers begin to trickle in at Honolulu’s Pier 38.
Natto fans, your time has come: the one night of the year when you can indulge your love of the slimy bean without getting stink eye.** On July 9, you’re invited to join fellow natto lovers at a Midsummer…
Where to go when your wallet is full.
Editor’s note: It’s a rapidly changing world, so while information in this post was accurate at the time of publication, call before you go to check current opening status, hours and prices. The mere sight of a well-marbled…
Tamafuji is not your average katsu joint.
UPDATE: The July 12 natto feast is now sold out. One thing I’ve come to learn about Hawaii’s Facebook natto lovers group: They really love natto. This is a group who posts pictures of all the natto they eat: natto…
Crispy, light as air and addictive. Finally!
This weekend is the big celebration: On Friday, February 13, you’ll see lions dancing through Chinatown for Choy Cheng; and on Saturday, February 14, Maunakea Street will be closed all day and night for the big street festival and parade.
Chef Ron DeGuzman juxtaposes international cuisines with familiar flavors at Stage in the Honolulu Design Center.
Get your giggle on, cheer on top surfers and golfers, and celebrate Mu‘umu‘u Month in style.
Pizza, cupcakes, curry noodles, yakiniku: Top dishes still on the brain after a year of good eating.
Pidgin to Da Max, classic local shows and comedians brought our language to the forefront. But in the first of our four-part series on pidgin, Da Pidgin Guerilla Lee Tonouchi digs into its roots.
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Noodles, doughnuts and a whole lot of fried goodness were what we all craved this year.