Aina Haina Chop Suey

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January 7, 2012

Story By: Dining Out Team |

Aina Haina Chop Suey, formerly known as Duck Yun, in Aina Haina Shopping Center serves the best Chinese food on the East side, according to satisfied customers. Owner Julia Wong stated they changed the name to Aina Haina Chop Suey on Jan. 1. She wanted the location in the name, and the “chop suey” that follows has an old-school feel that she wants to bring back.

“You don’t see too many chop suey houses anymore,” Wong says.

  • Sandy Shimozawa (left) and Aileen Sylva are friends who frequent Aina Haina Chop Suey on a regular basis.
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Dining Out caught up with Sandy Shinozawa of Hawaii Kai and Aileen Sylva of Niu Valley, friends who frequent Aina Haina Chop Suey on a regular basis. They love the clean facilities, the courteous and pleasant staff, the generous portions and the fact that the venue is so close to where they live.

The duo ordered Sweet and Sour Cabbage ($9.95) and Salt and Pepper Shrimp ($11.95) for lunch. Because of the generous portions, both had doggie bags to take home leftovers.

Sandy Shinozawa: “If I had to rate this place, it would be excellent all the way!”

Aileen Sylva: “We love this place. When we feel in the mood for Chinese food, this is our Chinese restaurant.”

Aina Haina Chop Suey

  • Where
    • 820 W. Hind Drive #116
    • Honolulu, HI 96821
  • Call
    • (808) 373-1303
  • Hours
    • Open Daily
    • 10:30 a.m.- 9 p.m.

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