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Jus’ Desserts

July 13, 2014

Genki’s sensational sweets

Genki Sushi has been a staple establishment in Hawaii, and has made it its mission to bring sushi within reach of everyone. And it’s not only sushi that’s in demand — patrons are grabbing for desserts, too! It’s a sweet deal, as Genki employee Kristine Corpuz arrives at the restaurant bright and early each day…

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May 4, 2014

Makino’s sweetest affair

What better way to welcome back Jus’ Desserts than with a plethora of treats from Makino Chaya. For nine years, the Aiea establishment has served local families a great selection of Japanese cuisine and local favorites. Makino Chaya has developed a sweet partnership with JJ Bistro & French Pastry to bring decadent desserts to restaurant…

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February 23, 2014

Five Star’s Sweet Bliss

High-quality dining hits its peak at Five Star International Buffet, conveniently located in Waikiki’s Royal Hawaiian Center. Take a seat and enjoy a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere while feasting on a buffet designed for royalty. While the restaurant’s lunch and dinner buffets are impressive in their own rights, the dessert buffet is the perfect way…

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February 16, 2014

It’s High Time for Hee Hing

Since 1984, Hee Hing Restaurant has sat at its current location on Kapahulu Avenue, although manager Michael Lee is glad to note that his grandfather opened the original location in the same neighborhood back in 1963. Throughout the decades, the family-owned restaurant has made patrons feel as though they’re part of the family by offering…

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February 9, 2014

Refreshingly Sweet Desserts for All

Meat-loving aficionados flock to Camellia Buffet, a yakiniku-style establishment, for good eats that keep on coming. A hearty meal of pork belly, kalbi, rib eye, cow tongue and more might have you adjusting your belt one notch looser, but as everyone knows, there’s always room for a light dessert. Keiki will enjoy feasting on the…

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February 2, 2014

YuZu Puts a Lot of ‘Yum’ into Sweets

For more than two years, YuZu in Ala Moana Hotel, has entertained tourists and locals alike with its festive, comfy interior and a menu bursting with color and flavor. Many dishes on the menu feature the iconic yuzu flavor, and fans of the fruit will be happy to know that this alluring item is incorporated…

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January 26, 2014

Parisian Treats, Island Inspired

JJ’s Bistro & French Pastry in Kaimuki has been providing its customers with amazing French-inspired pastries for 15 years, and executive pastry chef and owner JJ Luangkhot says that the more than 40 pastries available for purchase are the “all-star” team of desserts. “They are the most popular pastries,” he adds. “We don’t follow what’s…

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January 19, 2014

A Spread of Sugary Confections

Sheraton Waikiki Hotel has many attractions and amenities to offer its guests, and Kai Market is a hidden gem near the infinity-edge pool. Locally grown ingredients highlight the majority of dishes here, and executive chef Darren Demaya is proud of each item on the menu. Perhaps the best news is that all dessert options are…

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January 12, 2014

Warm Up to the ‘Coolest’ Sweets

Those on the Mainland, who currently are experiencing freezing temperatures, envy Hawaii’s warm weather and sandy beaches. Lucky we live Hawaii. Yet, a winter chill recently has hit paradise as well. On these cool days and nights, Ichiriki Japanese Nabe Restaurant serves up tasty nabe that will warm you all the way down to your…

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Seafood Village Saves the Best for Last

Seafood Village Chinese Cuisine, situated in Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort and Spa, features traditional Hong Kong-style desserts that offer customers a taste of the Pearl of the Orient. Almond Tofu ($3.95) has the consistency of Jell-O, which makes it a winner with the keiki. Each piece sits in a sugary soup base adding to the…

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