Diving Into Dim Sum

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October 4, 2015

Story By: Lynsey Beth Futa |

An array of dim sum ($11.95, part of Kamaaina Lunch Party Menu; two orders pictured)

An array of dim sum ($11.95, part of Kamaaina Lunch Party Menu; two orders pictured)

Seafood Village Chinese Cuisine has been at the Hyatt Regency for 20 years now, and continues to urge Island locals to make their way to Waikiki. Many can attest that the venture is more than worth it, as the restaurant’s food and prices cannot be beat. With two private rooms and a vast main dining area, large parties and intimate gatherings both are well-accommodated.

The dreaded parking dilemma is made easy and affordable at the hotel’s parking structure or via valet. Also, Seafood Village’s kamaaina discount is 20 percent during lunch and 15 percent at dinner (with valid state ID).


Locals rejoice, as the Kamaaina Lunch Party Menu ($11.95 per person, minimum of 10 people) offers a cornucopia of Hong Kong-style dishes over the presentation of 10 courses. And seeing as indulging in dim sum is the best way to do lunch at a Chinese restaurant, the party menu includes four types of dim sum, including BBQ Pork Bun (char siu bao), Chive Dumpling, Siu Mai (pork hash) and Seafood Dumpling. Also, expect main dishes such as Salt and Pepper Calamari and Minute Chicken Fried Noodle, alongside three more delectable entrees and Mango Pudding for dessert.

Seafood Village Chinese Cuisine

Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort And Spa,
2424 Kalakaua Ave.
Lunch: 11 A.M.-2 P.M.; Dinner: 5-10 P.M.

Honolulu, HI 96815

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