Happy Day Chinese Restaurant

Columns What We're Eating At

April 3, 2011

Story By: Dining Out Team |

It’s bound to be a joyous time at Happy Day Chinese Restaurant with the eatery’s bountiful selection of dim sum and Chinese cuisine must-haves. Lisa Lum has owned and operated this Kaimuki eatery for the past 10 years and can’t help but relish her busy schedule, catering to hungry diners that roll in and out of this popular restaurant on a regular basis.

  • David and Nancy Vieira enjoy a dim sum lunch at Happy Day Chinese Restaurant.
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Dining Out recently stopped by Happy Day Chinese Restaurant during a busy lunchtime rush. Among the crowd, we spotted David and Nancy Vieira enjoying a nice meal of dim sum. It was our mission to see just what delicious treats had them smiling from ear to ear.

Nancy Vieira: “We live in Kailua so we don’t come here as often as we would like. We love it here! I had business nearby so that’s what brought us here today. “I ordered the beef stew look fun soup. We also ordered dim sum.”

David Vieira: “Yes, we ordered the Har Gau ($2.68), Siu Mai ($2.68) and Taro Gok ($2.68) and we’re going to order more. They have good, quality food here that’s very tasty and the prices are very reasonable.”

Happy Day Chinese Restaurant

  • Where
    • 3553 Waialae Avenue
    • Honolulu, HI 96816
  • Call
    • (808) 738-8666
  • Hours
    • Open daily
    • 8 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.

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