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Korean Hibiscus BBQ

Digest Xtra Helping

August 11, 2013

Story By: Dining Out Team | Photos by: Lawrence Tabudlo

For any business, repeat customers are a sign that it’s doing something right. At Korean Hibiscus BBQ, in Kaimuki, the repeat customers can attest to good food and friendly service. The entire menu is a mix of local favorites, Korean staples and a combination of both. All and all, the choices include 50 combination plates (starting at $10.75), 15 prime entrees, soups and 14 vegetable selections. One such example is Grandma Special, which includes stir-fried barbecue beef, sweet potato noodles, carrots, and white and green onions served with a choice of four Korean vegetables. Many customers order takeout, but there are chairs inside for those who want to dine-in. There’s also plenty of free parking, and be sure to bring cash, as they accept cash only. For more information, call 734-8232.