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New Liu’s Chop Suey

October 2 - 8, 2011

Let’s Get It Started

James and Lani Kealoha, and their daughter, Madonna Shiroma, are big fans of New Liu’s Chop Suey. The Kalihi residents often use their shopping trips to Kamehameha Shopping Center as a reason to stop by the family-run eatery for a long list of favorite pupus. The Kealohas aren’t the only ones. For eight years, hungry…

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August 21 - 27, 2011

Out with the Old In with the Liu

Customers seeking classic Chinese dishes at reasonable prices have a variety of takeout and dine-in options at New Liu’s Chop Suey, located in the heart of Kamehameha Shopping Center. The eatery, which opened in March 2002, is especially popular with the lunch crowd, according to owner Henry Liu. “We have good food at good prices,”…

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July 17 - 23, 2011

New Liu’s Satisfies Stomachs with Tofu, Mixed Veggies

No matter what kind of diet you keep, if your food isn’t digested properly, you won’t get all the nutrients your body needs — and your stomach won’t be happy either. If you often suffer from indigestion, there is a school of thought in the health and nutrition field that the culprit could be food…

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Porking Up with Pork Chops

Ask any of my close family and friends and they’ll tell you that I’m a full-fledged traveler and foodie at heart — I live to eat and travel. My most recent venture took me to New York City last month, the concrete jungle where dreams are made. You could definitely say it was a vacation…

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June 19 - 25, 2011

New Liu’s Chop Suey

Featuring an expansive menu chock-full of Chinese delicacies, New Liu’s Chop Suey is fast becoming a favorite destination for those in search of Chinese fare. Signature dishes such as Salt & Pepper Pork Chop with Rice ($4.75), Minute Chicken Cake Noodle ($4.75) and Poached Fish Country Style ($8.50) continue to attract patrons to the restaurant,…

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May 22 - 28, 2011

New Liu’s Serves Up Chinese Classics

Located in Kamehameha Shopping Center on North School Street, New Liu’s Chop Suey is your one-stop-shop for Cantonese-style cuisine. Owner Henry Liu works hard to present diners with a memorable dining experience, offering heaping portions of family-style entrees at affordable prices. According to Liu, his Honey Walnut Shrimp ($9.95) is a must-have dish featuring succulent…

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April 17 - 23, 2011

Liu Puts Stamp on Perfect Pork Chops

Owned and operated by Henry Liu, New Liu’s Chop Suey remains a staple when it comes to top-notch Cantonese-style cuisine in Kalihi. Located in Kamehameha Shopping Center on North School Street, the Chinese restaurant presents customers with appealing family-style entrees in a casual atmosphere. “I opened the restaurant in 2002 and customers love the food…

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March 20 - 26, 2011

Getting Familiar with New Liu’s Delicacies

It’s easy to get into a rut, especially when it comes to eating out. And while it’s all well and good to have a few trusted standbys on your dining radar, sometimes it’s nice to get off the well-traveled restaurant path in favor of exploring new horizons. Take, for example, New Liu’s Chop Suey. Located…

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February 27 - March 5, 2011

A Scrumptious Shrimp Dish

The combination dish of walnuts and shrimp is a relatively easy item to find throughout China. Traditionally, the dish was simply prepared, with plain shrimp, either steamed or fried, mixed with walnuts, mayonnaise and sometimes thick milk. As Chinese cuisine made its way to the U.S. and restaurants began to flourish, however, each eatery began…

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