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Archive for May, 2017

May 21, 2017

Asahi Grill

LET’S TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT THIS WEEK’S HOUSE SPECIAL: Adobo Fried Rice ($10.50 regular, $8.50 small) With all the recent buzz surrounding the drove of new restaurants opening in Hawaii, it’s easy to put your old favorites on the back burner. But after the hype of the latest food trend dies down, you’ll soon…

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Yummy lunch deals, party menus await

You could say House of Wong Restaurant is the gateway to Kapahulu from Waikiki, and what a delicious introduction it is. The inviting Chinese eatery is one that can’t be missed the next time you’re cruising around trying to find something great to eat. And with a newly added lunch menu (available 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.)…

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May 21, 2017

Getting saucy with poke seasonings

At Poke & Box, Ala Moana Center’s little food court gem, the sauce is the delicious secret. Specifically, it’s the Poke-BoxSauce™ — that’s the trademarked moniker given to the delectable house-made condiments here. Eight sauces are offered, each created to satisfy a variety of cultural appetites for raw or cooked fish on a bed of…

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Celebrate Your Graduate With A Cantonese Feast

Graduation season is in full swing, and there’s no better place to celebrate than at Canton Seafood Restaurant. The popular eatery offers families a variety of party menus to choose from, suitable for any budget and craving. According to manager Henry Gong, the $198 menu is widely adored because of the variety it offers and…

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May 21, 2017

Take Advantage Of This Special Military Discount

At Pagoda Floating Restaurant, diners always are treated to an island-inspired meal of which kamaaina approve. Known for its buffets, the Honolulu eatery currently is offering a special for service members who show their military ID with any purchase: they’ll receive a complimentary platter of more than 15 combined ounces of Roast Prime Rib and…

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May 21, 2017

A Taste Of South America

For authentic Peruvian cuisine, which is rare in Hawaii, visit Mimi’s Place in Kakaako. The locally owned, family-run restaurant originated as a catering business eight years ago and developed into a popular pop-up eatery before opening at Waterfront Plaza last year. “Peruvian food is fusion cuisine,” explains manager Katya Vera Rivasplata. “Through the years, we…

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May 21, 2017

Eatery ‘Rises’ To The Occasion

For the perfect night out on the town, head to 3660 on the Rise, located on the corner of Waialae Avenue and Wilhelmina Rise. With a menu crafted to satisfy all of your Euro-Island cuisine cravings, and an award-winning wine selection to boot, guests are sure to leave full, happy and excited for their next…

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May 21, 2017

Applebee’s is Right at Home in the Islands

For years, Hawaii residents have watched commercials on television promoting Applebee’s Grill & Bar and were left wondering, “When are we getting an Applebee’s?!” Local diners can now see why “Celebration is a dish best served with good people,” as Applebee’s has come to Oahu with locations in Ewa Beach and at the vibrant Ka…

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May 21, 2017

Beef up your weekend meals

When locals think of Wailana Coffee House, oftentimes they reminisce about growing up indulging in all of the Island comforts offered at the welcoming diner. For tourists, the restaurant offers peace of mind thanks to its convenient location, tasty food and reasonable prices. All around, Wailana aims to please, and it has done so since…

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Seaside Eatery Reels You In

As Harbor Restaurant at Pier 38 celebrates its one-year anniversary this month, executive chef Rob McDaniel says that things at the ocean-side eatery are on the up and up. In its short time since opening, Harbor Restaurant has become a popular place to celebrate special occasions, gather for happy hour or simply indulge in the…

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