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Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant

After 30 Years, There’s Still Something New For You

It’s all about the food and the customers at Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant in Niu Valley. The restaurant (originally located in Kalihi) has been serving tasty traditional Hong Kong-style cuisine with a local twist for more than 30 years, including the last 10 under manager Eddie Ma who’s constantly creating new dishes based on his…

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Welcome Back to Reality With Watercress

Happy Sunday, Ono readers! I just returned from a fantastic vacation in New York City full of Broadway shows (Kinky Boots and The Book of Mormon were my favorites), shopping, sightseeing … and, oh, did I mention eating as if there was no tomorrow? Well, yeah, that too — obviously! I loved being back in…

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Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant

We all have our standby, go-to dishes that never fail. But if your tired taste buds crave change, it’s time for something new. Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant is the place to go because manager Eddie Ma is always thinking of ways to make things new, something commendable for a restaurant that has been around for…

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A Savory Fusion of Chinese and Local Flavors

When it comes to food, it’s always easy to get too comfortable with ordering the same dishes from the same restaurants. Luckily, Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant currently has three specials that will re-awaken your taste buds. “I’m always thinking of ways to make things new … to make sure customers aren’t feeling bored,” says manager…

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Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant

For more than 30 years, Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant has offered an extensive menu of Cantonese cuisine, and still manages to keep its menu current. In fact, Lung Fung creates at least one or two new menu items every month. For this month, try the new menu item Shanghai Rice Cake ($10.95). It is made…

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February 10, 2013

Ringing in the New Year

Today marks the beginning of the Year of the Snake, and to make sure you get the new year started off right, you’d better stop into Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant for a serving of its Jai ($10.95). Jai is a dish that traditionally is shared with family and friends on Chinese New Year, and Lung…

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Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant

Always 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 scoops from Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant’s manager…

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December 9, 2012

Reel in Holiday Seafood Selections

Just in time for the holidays, Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant is serving up a host of fresh seafood selections that will surely satisfy those gathered to celebrate all the season has to offer. Eddie Ma has managed the eatery, which has hosted customers from around the island at its Niu Valley Shopping Center location for…

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November 4, 2012

Lovin’ New Flavors at Lung Fung

As many loyal readers know, Dining Out absolutely loves exploring Chinese food restaurants. Lately, it’s fancied a particular spot in Niu Valley Center, where old favorites as well as innovative eats keep any generation of diners satisfied. While Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant offers an extensive menu of Cantonese cuisine — and has done so for…

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Satisfying Chinese Food Cravings at Lung Fung

The next time it’s got to be Chinese food and nothing else, you’ll be more than satisfied with the selection at Lung Fung Chinese Restaurant. Tucked away in Niu Valley Center, the ornately decorated eatery — complete with dragon and phoenix murals as well as wood carvings — has been a part of the East…

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