‘Wok’ out and celebrate a beloved foodie holidayA La Carte
October 27, 2019
Story By: Caroline Wright | Photos by: File photos
Get ready for a portable feast! Tuesday, Nov. 5 is National Chinese Take-Out Day. As one of Honolulu’s favorite Chinese restaurants, Little Village will be ready to take your order on the big day. Chinese food became a familiar cuisine in America during the Gold Rush of the mid-1800s, when thousands of Chinese immigrants flocked to California seeking their fortunes. Today, there are more than 50,000 Chinese restaurants in the United States — more than all the major U.S. fast-food chains combined.
With cuisine this delicious, nutritious, and reasonably priced, why settle for fast food? Little Village’s extensive menu is available through third party delivery. Or you can submit your order for pickup at littlevillagehawaii.com.
Try the ever-popular Orange Chicken ($11.25), made with real orange juice for unforgettably delicious flavor. It’s one of Little Village’s most requested dishes. And the Beef Broccoli ($11.25), simple and classic in a sauce made with soy, ginger and garlic, is always a satisfying option.
Little Village’s delectable vegetable dishes include Eggplant with Garlic Sauce ($10.25), with tender eggplant stir-fried with dried chili peppers and a special garlic sauce, and Dried String Beans ($10.50), mouthwateringly tasty after being wok-fried under high heat with house-made chili garlic sauce. Both of these dishes can be made with minced pork, which adds splendid flavor.
Your entire family can order old favorites and find new ones, too, on Little Village’s extensive and diverse menu. Focusing on Northern Chinese style dishes, the award-winning restaurant eschews thick gravies for delicately balanced, intriguingly complex natural flavors. Additionally, MSG isn’t used in any of the dishes made in Little Village’s busy kitchens.
Remember: On Tues., Nov. 5, celebrate National Chinese Take-Out Day with your favorite dishes from Honolulu’s favorite Chinese restaurant! What a delicious way to observe the day.