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Flavor Reigns At This Popular Eatery

Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant serves up an inviting atmosphere coupled with an eclectic menu bursting with stellar cuisine, whether one desires a quick meal on the go or a relaxing sit-down experience with friends and family. Situated in downtown Honolulu at 111 N. King St., within the bustling Chinatown district, Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant has…

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July 16, 2017

Wolfgang’s Leads The Pack

When it’s time to mark a milestone, America loves its beef. The pursuit of a perfect steak is reason enough to book a table at Wolfgang’s Steakhouse in Waikiki. The Royal Hawaiian Center eatery, opened by famed restaurateur Wolfgang Zwiener, has been pleasing guests since it came to the Islands in 2009. For a trio…

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Relax, Dine In New Cabanas

As part of Prince Waikiki hotel’s extensive renovations, the refreshed Muliwai Deck has been enhanced with the addition of Hinana Bar, as well as other amenities on the spacious gathering place, which is open to the public. This stunning space offers up exquisite views of Oahu’s south shore, and the culinary team at Prince Waikiki…

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July 9, 2017

‘Slide’ Into Fresh Flavors Of Molokai

It’s a glorious Friday evening on Oahu. After a busy week, our dinner party is weary and hungry. Even more, we yearn for a relaxing, delicious experience in a spectacular setting. We consider our options. One restaurant is too far; another too fancy. Another has great food, but no atmosphere. Finally, somebody comes up with…

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July 2, 2017

Desserts Take The Cake

By specializing in everything from rustic gourmet pizzas and sandwiches to hearth-baked breads and elegant desserts, Fendu Boulangerie serves as Hawaii’s goto European-style bakery in the heart of majestic Manoa. Chef and owner Niel Koep and his skilled team create an array of popular items from scratch daily, and craft family favorites available from breakfast…

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Exploring The Flavors

Osaka has long been considered the “food capital” of Japan, with its bustling city streets packed with shokudo (diners), ramen shops and street vendors cooking up takoyaki (octopus meatballs) and kushikatsu skewers for millions of inhabitants. In fact, the city’s motto is kuidaore, meaning “eat till you drop.” Hungry kamaaina eager to indulge in all…

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June 25, 2017

Turning A Family Recipe Into An Island Staple

Every family member who loves to cook has that one specialty known and loved by everyone. For family-owned Aja Sushi & Bento, it is the famous garlic chicken. The eatery is known for its Asian fare that has a mix of local-style influences, and the garlic chicken is the perfect example of this. It is…

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June 25, 2017

A Winning Selection Of Local Favorites

By providing ono food with excellent customer service and affordable prices, Laverne’s Hawaiian and Local Style Food is dedicated to adding the aloha spirit to each dish prepared for diners and their ohana. Laverne’s was launched in 2000, and the family business continues to please hungry customers under the guidance of owner and general manager…

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Fresh As Can Be

In terms of sustainability and fresh fish, Uncle’s Fish Market & Grill is the “reel” deal. Whether you visit the Pier 38 restaurant for lunch or dinner, you’re sure to get high-quality seafood. In fact, the restaurant has long been involved with Hawaii’s fishing industry and is located next to Honolulu Fish Auction, so you…

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June 18, 2017

It’s Time To Grind

At Kau Kau Grill, the concept is simple: serve ono food coupled with quick, friendly service and without any unnecessary frills. Manager Ryan Souza explains that the restaurant takes pride in “making the best food around, from ribs to shrimp. We’re a small hole-in-the-wall, so we have to prove ourselves with great food.” The eatery…

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