Sign up for news and special offers from Dining Out

Asian Mix

July 27, 2014

Mixin’ it up

Remember middle school dances? I sure do. Now, I was an eighties baby and those not-so-magical celebrations in the school gymnasium bring back some painful — and by painful I mean, ridiculously hilarious — memories. Girls on one side — “plastered-to-the-wallflowers,” we called them — and boys on the other, the stage was set for…

Continue »
June 29, 2014

From plate to palate, a mix of flavors

Asian Mix is a hub of Chinese, Japanese and local flavors. Owner Daniel Leung and his assembly of experienced workers have cultivated the art of fine take-out food. Leung previously owned Panda Cuisine, and opened Asian Mix to provide quality food for the busy people of Honolulu. “We wanted to cook the same food, but…

Continue »
May 18, 2014

Mixing high-quality Asian fare with affordable prices

As its name implies, Asian Mix caters to a variety of different Asian backgrounds — from Hong Kong-style cuisine to some of Northern China’s most celebrated eats, as well as a number of Taiwanese specialties. Yet, the common denominator that harmonizes every dish is the eatery’s dedication to using only the finest ingredients and putting…

Continue »
April 13, 2014

Asian Mix

Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes at your favorite restaurant? Well, much credit goes to the many chefs, owners and managers who work diligently day in and day out to make sure Hawaii’s diners have a top-notch dining experience. This week, Dining Out gets the inside scoop from Asian Mix owner Daniel Leung,…

Continue »
March 30, 2014

A Melting Pot of Pacific Rim Cuisine

As Hawaii’s melting pot of cultures embodies various concepts and tastes from around the Pacific Rim, Asian Mix incorporates a multitude of flavors and cooking techniques as customers are treated to a vast array of cuisine infused with local essence. Situated conveniently at the corner of Beretania and Piikoi streets on the ground level of…

Continue »
January 26, 2014

No Mix Ups Here, Just Good Eats

It’s no secret to owners in the restaurant industry that surviving the first year of business can be tough. Even with a delicious menu of eats to share with patrons, a world of variables will need fine tuning for any eatery to catch on. With more than 20 years of experience in the industry, Daniel…

Continue »
December 29, 2013

Get in the Mix

One of my favorite places to eat has just added a tea and smoothie menu with a nice selection of freshly made drinks that all sound so good, it’s really hard to choose just one. Inside Asian Mix at 1234 South Beretania St. (in the same complex as Safeway), customers will now find Asian Mix…

Continue »
November 10, 2013

Putting the ‘Fun’ in Chow Fun

Lately in the culinary-sphere, fusion foods have been forefront. Chefs are surfing the wave of trendy food mash-ups. Often their creations stand up (Hello, cronut!), but sometimes they wipe out — the results of which can be bewildering. However, we can’t fault chefs for playing with their food. Enter Chow Fun with Yellow Curry ($8.95),…

Continue »
October 13, 2013

Getting Your Fix of the “Mix”

There is a very good reason why Hawaii’s food enthusiasts are flocking to Asian Mix — the food is delicious and affordable. It’s also convenient, has plenty of parking and because it is located under the Beretania Safeway, you won’t get wet exiting your vehicle if the weather takes a turn for the worse. Asian…

Continue »
September 15, 2013

Chinese Favorites You Can’t Resist

My family and I often eat at Chinese restaurants, and most of the time it’s take-out. And while many Chinese restaurants have the same dishes on their menus, I can tell you they don’t all taste the same. Of course, taste, cleanliness, quality and price are very important factors for me when choosing any restaurant….

Continue »