Dim Sum, And Then SomeA La Carte Columns
November 1, 2015
Story By: Lynsey Beth Futa |
You may be thinking that there are so many other places that serve Chinese food and dim sum, but what sets Happy Days apart is its dedication to quality. The genuine spirit of the management and staff are enough to bring you back time after time, but it is the tastes and freshness of the establishment’s food that will have you wishing you could never leave.
Indulge in Salt and Pepper Pork Chop ($11.95), which is deep fried until it’s crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Topped with chilies and garlic seasoning, this meal is the perfect pupu to bring to any party. If you’re not taking out, consider dining in at the 300-seater restaurant, or take advantage of its private rooms for large parties and special occasions.
TREAT YOURSELF TO TOFU
Although it is a dish fit for vegetarians, Mixed Vegetable with Tofu and Mushroom ($11.95) continues to be a favorite for any and every eater. The medley of broccoli, baby corn, bok choy and straw mushrooms create a bed for luscious shiitake mushroom caps and fried tofu. The whole meal is stir-fried with garlic, soy sauce and oyster sauce for a light and flavorful gravy. Whether ordered as a side dish or eaten as a complete meal, this menu item is sure to put a smile on your face.
Happy Days Chinese Seafood Restaurant
3553 Waialae Ave., Kaimuki
Daily, 8 a.m.-10 p.m.; dim sum available 8 a.m.-3 p.m.