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Sikdorak Korean Restaurant

August 21 - 27, 2011

The Soup’s Always on at Sikdorak Restaurant

During the steamy summer months, diners request one thing — simple, flavorful dishes that are neither too heavy nor too light, something that will fill you up but not weigh you down. Soup, believe it or not, is the perfect remedy. Toss any combination of ingredients into a pot, add a bit of liquid and…

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June 12 - 18, 2011

Buffet Options for Meat Lovers

If you’re craving Korean food at any hour of the day or night, Sikdorak will hit the spot. Sikdorak dishes out favorites like beef soup, cold noodles, and daikon kim chee around the clock. Opened in 2010, Sikdorak has already found its niche with the community — the $19.95 all-you-can-eat buffet, which manager Charles Chang…

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April 10 - 16, 2011

Sikdorak Keeps Meat Lovers Satisfied

From the historical record, yakiniku cuisine is said to have originated from Korean immigrants living in Japan — specifically, Osaka — after the second world war. Regardless of whether the historical record is true or not, many will agree that Sikdorak Korean Restaurant, located in the Sam Sung plaza off Keeaumoku Street, is a great…

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February 13 - 19, 2011


Although it’s only been open for the past three months, Sikdorak Korean Restaurant has already gained a loyal following of customers among locals and Korean expatriates. Menu specials include shabu shabu and banchan, the latter of which includes Sikdorak’s famous daikon and won bok kim chee. Located at 655 Keeaumoku St., the eatery is open…

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January 30 - February 5, 2011

A Bit of ‘Seoul’

Sikdorak offers the finest in Korean cuisine to both expatriates and kamaaina. Koreamoku is neither an anime character nor a new game show on cable TV. In Honolulu, it’s the affectionate nickname for lower Keeaumoku Street, often called “Koreamoku” by those who love the Honolulu neighborhood for its intriguing little Seoul-flavored eateries. And the buzz…

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