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Noi Thai Cuisine

Digest Step Up to the Plate

March 29, 2016

Story By: Abby Sadoy | Photos by: LAWRENCE TABUDLO



Eating like a king or queen is easy for patrons at Noi Thai Cuisine. Make your way to the third floor of Royal Hawaiian Center, where you’ll find the eatery serving delectable cuisine to guests — all of whom receive the ultimate royal treatment.

The restaurant has added new dishes to both lunch and dinner menus, and has extended happy hour to an all-day affair, as well.

As part of today’s holiday, the restaurant is offering an Easter Sunday Brunch you can’t refuse. From 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., you can get your hands on the salad bar, one choice between two classic soups, one choice of four entrees (three of which come with vegetarian options), black sticky rice pudding and Thai iced coffee or tea for $29.95. In addition, each adult will receive a $25 gift certificate for their next visit to the restaurant (some restrictions apply).

One Easter entree and new menu item you can’t miss is Loco Moco Thai Style, a savory meal with ground chicken basil that pays homage to the local favorite while getting upgraded with a Thai twist.

“If you’re looking for comfort (food), you can always look to this one,” says general manager Ying Rosawan.

Lunch menu options come with jasmine rice and soup of the day. Pictured here is the lunch version of the dish, while the dinner version comes wrapped in a lotus leaf.

Noi Thai Cuisine

Royal Hawaiian Center
2301 Kalakaua Ave. C308, Waikiki
Daily, 10:30 a.m.-11 p.m.
Happy hour all day in bar and lanai areas

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