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March 19, 2017

First-Class Eats

Anchoring the cul-de-sac of palatial Kahala Avenue is the iconic Kahala Hotel & Resort, providing a luxurious hideaway and fine-dining oasis. Among the award-winning culinary experiences you’ll find on property is Hoku’s, known for its “innovative culinary style, breathtaking beach-side setting and outstanding service.” According to executive chef Wayne Hirabayashi, “We source the best products…

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March 19, 2017

A Flavorful Deal

Approaching its sixth anniversary, Canton Seafood Restaurant would like to thank its customers with a few specials, which will run until the end of the month. Specializing in seafood, as its name suggests, Canton offers the chance to indulge in Fried Flounder with Lemon Grass for 50 percent off its original price when you order…

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March 19, 2017

Don’t hold back at this popular buffet spot

Locals like to eat. And at Makino Chaya — an all-you-can-eat buffet located in Aiea — they can grind as much as they want without breaking the piggy bank. Restaurant manager Chris Mitchell explains that Makino Chaya’s goal is “to cater to the locals at a decent price.” Prices vary, but range from $15.98 (Monday-Friday,…

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Try Something New Daily

Lots of savings and specials are sailing your way at Pagoda Floating Restaurant. For starters, try out the new Themed Lunch Buffets, which feature different food themes from Monday to Saturday. Monday’s lunch buffet, for instance, boasts a mixed-plate-lunch theme, offering dishes such as Teriyaki Chicken and a variety of poke. Other themes include Asian…

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March 19, 2017

You’ll be all set with these teishoku meals

Hawaii is known for being a “mixed plate” of cultures, and its cuisine literally is; there are so many diverse restaurants to choose from. But there is one type of food that seems to be the local favorite: Japanese food. The perfect place to get your fix is at Teishoku Restaurant, conveniently located in Kamehameha…

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March 19, 2017

Treat yourself to three courses of heaven

After serving locals and tourists for more than two decades, 3660 on the Rise continues to climb its way to the top of culinary perfection. With a menu inspired by Euro-Island cuisine, and an award-winning wine selection, guests are guaranteed to leave satisfied and look forward to their next visit. The restaurant is located on…

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Fisherman’s Pick

When asked how Uncle’s Fish Market & Grill got started, founder Bruce Johnson says, “Well, it started with the uncles, basically.” Johnson explains that ever since he became a fisherman at age 18 in Kona, he has had a number of hanai uncles who taught him the ropes on the water. “I have had some…

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March 19, 2017 ,

Holy Smokes! This Meat Is Good

Seeing as we live in the most jaw-droppingly beautiful island paradise, surrounded by royal-blue waters filled with an abundance of fish, the emphasis in Hawaii, when it comes to dining, tends to be on seafood (and for good reason). Yet while scarfing down mountains of insanely delicious poke, sometimes we forget about other local culinary…

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Switch It Up With Specials

New Shilawon is known for its all-you-can-eat yakiniku and traditional, home-style Korean eats. Visitors also love its variety of freshly cut meats, which range from pork belly and kalbi to brisket, bulgogi, ribeye and more. Hidden along Amana Street in Honolulu, the restaurant makes sure to treat its guests like family every day of the…

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March 12, 2017

It’s Your Lucky Day With This Meal

For diners who want to sit back, relax and enjoy some local comfort food, look no further than Wailana Coffee House. Located on Ala Moana Boulevard across the street from Hilton Hawaiian Village, the restaurant has been “Waikiki’s family restaurant” since it first opened in 1970. With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner, Wailana…

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