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Chinatown Eatery Keeps It Fresh

A La Carte

February 24, 2019

Story By: Don Robbins | Photos by: Anthony Consillio

Lamb Stew Hot Pot ($14.95)

Food from Little Village Noodle House always packs a big punch when it comes to its richness of flavor.

This beloved, award-winning eatery on Smith Street in the heart of Chinatown serves the highest caliber Chinese food whipped up by its expert chefs.

Open for the past 18 years, the beloved establishment welcomes families, friends and all lovers of excellent cuisine within its relaxed atmosphere. Besides friendly dine-in service, Little Village Noodle House also offers catering, online ordering and takeout. Additionally, free parking is available.

David Chang, owner and manager, explains that some wildly popular dishes on the menu are the toothsome Pot Stickers, delightful Fried Noodles, perfectly prepared Salt & Pepper Pork Chop, satisfying Hot & Sour Soup, the fan favorite Minute Chicken Pan-Fried Egg Noodle and much more.

Little Village Noodle House’s staff members also prepare their dishes in the healthiest ways, utilizing the freshest ingredients to please patrons’ palates.

SOME LIKE IT HOT

Oahu has been experiencing some rainy, chilly weather lately, and Little Village Noodle House has been selling lots of heartwarming hot pot dishes to heat people up. One of the most popular is Lamb Stew Hot Pot ($14.95), which consists of braised, tender lamb stew, shiitake mushrooms, bamboo shoots and bean curd. This tasty bowl is topped with lots of fresh green onions and parsley. Meanwhile, the customer-prized Beef Tendon Stew Hot Pot ($14.95) features succulent meat that has been braised for at least four hours. The beef is combined with a blend of fine spices to get its luscious flavor. Little Village also uses a handy-dandy heat source underneath its hot pot dishes to keep everything toasty warm on diners’ tables.

It takes a village — in this case Little Village Noodle House — to keep hungry customers from all walks of life happy and satisfied with mouthwatering Chinese eats.

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