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House Of Wong Restaurant

July 30, 2017

Chinese Eatery Does It Right

At House of Wong Restaurant, which is located on the corner of Kapahulu and Kanaina avenues, diners looking for authentic Chinese fare will get one taste of Wong and agree that it’s just right. From classic cold ginger chicken and crispy gau gee to a variety of noodles, seafood and vegetables, this establishment and its…

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June 25, 2017

All-Vegetarian Favorites

After nearly 30 years in Waikiki, China Garden Restaurant moved to Kapahulu Avenue in September 2015 and was renamed to House of Wong. The business brought with it its menu of traditional Cantonese-style cuisine, while adding some local Chinese favorites, such as cake noodle. Conveniently located on the outskirts of Waikiki and the Kapahulu neighborhood,…

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Yummy lunch deals, party menus await

You could say House of Wong Restaurant is the gateway to Kapahulu from Waikiki, and what a delicious introduction it is. The inviting Chinese eatery is one that can’t be missed the next time you’re cruising around trying to find something great to eat. And with a newly added lunch menu (available 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.)…

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April 9, 2017

Mark special occasions with festive fare

When gathering family and friends to celebrate a special event, whether it be a union in marriage or a milestone birthday, it’s imperative to have a customized menu of delicious food to match the importance of the occasion. House of Wong Restaurant understands this, and that’s why the authentic Cantonese eatery has created five party…

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March 5, 2017

House of Wong Restaurant

The rounded exterior of House of Wong Restaurant is just one unique and memorable facet of the Kapahulu Chinese eatery. There’s also the expansive dining area, capable of hosting exclusive parties (up to 100 guests) and large family dinners, and the neatly arranged pastel green napkins that adorn each table. Most unforgettable, however, would have…

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January 22, 2017

Welcome the New Year With Cantonese Favorites

If you’re looking for the right spot to gather your loved ones for a special reunion dinner to ring in the Year of the Fire Rooster, House of Wong Restaurant promises to heat things up come Jan. 28 and the subsequent celebratory weeks. “Chinese New Year is a time for family reunions to celebrate and…

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December 18, 2016

‘Wong’ Gets It Right

If anything speaks to just how much Michael Wang loves the food industry, it’s this: He has a background in banking and finance, but after taking a part-time restaurant job while going to grad school, he never left. Instead, he rose through the ranks at the Waikiki restaurant where he used to work, and then…

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Scrumptious Flavors Take Root

As the staple of the traditional Hawaiian diet, kalo, or taro, is synonymous with the Islands, and loved not only for its rich texture, nourishment, versatility and hint of sweet and sour flavors, but also for its deeply rooted cultural significance. In addition to scooping up poi alongside your favorite Hawaiian foods or enjoying the…

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October 2, 2016

Year-old Kapahulu eatery is here to stay

Here in Hawaii, food is more than just a necessity — it’s a part of the local culture. Good food brings families, friends and the community together to celebrate life. And House of Wong Restaurant is one spot locals can count on for just that, which is why patrons keep coming back for more. “We…

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July 24, 2016

Simply Great Treasures

What has always been a modest meal in China has become somewhat of a delicacy around the world, as jook — or congee — tends to conjure up nostalgic and comforting feelings for many who eat it. The Chinese rice porridge, often referred to as “poor man’s soup” for its simple ingredients, is packed with…

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