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New Eagle Cafe

April 9, 2017

A comforting taste of old-school flavors

New Eagle Cafe may no longer be new, but its traditional local foods continue to whisk away guests to simpler, happier times. The eatery first opened in the 1950s and has been graciously serving generations of Hawaii’s families ever since. From the minute diners walk into New Eagle, they feel as though they’ve traveled back…

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February 26, 2017

New Eagle Flies High With Family Favorites

Continuing to serve up local-style comfort food at affordable prices, New Eagle Cafe remains a mainstay among multiple generations of hungry patrons. The popular dining destination is located in Nimitz Center, conveniently situated along Nimitz Highway in the heart of one of Honolulu’s bustling business and industrial districts. Owner Tae Im took over operations four…

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January 22, 2017

Fly Like An Eagle To This Eatery

Even with the overwhelming number of exceptional dining spots to pick from on the island, it’s still always a task to decide where to eat. After deliberating for hours with loved ones, and weighing your options, you still can come up short on a final decision. Here to take the deliberation out of the equation…

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December 25, 2016

Diner serves up comfort food with aloha

New Eagle Cafe is known for its great customer service, welcoming aloha spirit and comfort food. Established in 1930, the cafe moved to its current location along N. Nimitz Highway in 1988 and has been dishing out delicious entrees for breakfast, lunch and dinner ever since. Breakfast starts at 8 a.m. daily and at 6…

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November 20, 2016

Old favorite remains No. 1 spot for families

BY KAREN IWAMOTO As the holidays approach, thoughts turn to familiar meals with an emphasis on tradition. While not quite Mom’s home cooking, a spread from a community institution that has served generations of Hawaii’s families certainly does the trick. New Eagle Cafe, which has been in business since the 1950s, is that kind of…

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Beggin’ for Brisket

You really do learn something new every day. I was reminded of the old adage this past week while swooning over tender slabs of beef brisket at some local dining spots. It wasn’t until I started asking the chefs about how they perfect the melt-in-your-mouth beef that I learned it actually starts out as a…

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August 28, 2016

Delicious Classics For All Ages

For Tae Im, owner of New Eagle Cafe, real comfort food should be simple, homemade and filling — and you’ll find plenty of it at his restaurant. Open since the 1950s, New Eagle Cafe is an old favorite, serving more than 100 island classics to the surrounding local community for generations. Not much has changed,…

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August 14, 2016

The Best Recipe For Comfort

There’s always a nice feeling of coming home when visiting New Eagle Cafe located on Nimitz Highway. That comfort can be felt by guests at the eatery either because of the friendliness shown by the staff or the menu that’s loaded with local favorites — or, of course, a little bit of both. Although its…

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Bringing Back An Old Favorite

I’ve always been a fan of oldies: When it comes to music, I live for rock from the ’60s and ’70s; if we’re talking about style, I love shopping for vintage clothing and furniture; and as for exploring food, I always aim to seek out the classics, giving a nod to dishes that have been…

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June 12, 2016

Dine With The Fam

By Ellise Kakazu Taste buds can soar through a range of flavors and dishes at New Eagle Cafe. The restaurant’s extensive menu, which features more than 100 items, offers many local staples. Roasted Prime Rib ($21.35) and Oxtail Soup ($14.25) are among the best sellers at the inviting eatery. But there also are some unique…

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