Where Hawaii Eats – Goma TeiWhere Hawaii Eats
March 28, 2021
Story By: Anne Lee |
Sysco Hawaii and Anne Lee bring us the weeks finest places to eat and drink
ABOUT GOMA TEI: “Goma” means sesame and “tei”means a place for gathering. Hence, the name Goma Tei makes sense as it’s known for award-winning tan tan ramen, a spicy sesame-seasoned ramen.
Now, with ve restaurants, they’re making their own noodles and creating new delicious one-of-a-kind dishes and enhancing their ever-popular noodle and main dish menu.
NEW ON THE MENU: Japanese-style Shu Mai ($7.45, four pieces). It’s a mix of shiitake mushrooms, Maui onion and ground pork. Traditional shu mai is more dense, where ours is more softer and lighter. Popcorn Chicken Waffle ($14.50). The Japanese-style waffle is light and crispy, not dense. We use the special Japanese ‚ our and special cooking technique to achieve this airy, melt-in-your-mouth texture. This is not your average popcorn chicken. It’s marinated in-house, and we use a special starch instead of ‚ our before deep-frying it, which makes it more crispy and juicy. It’s served with fresh fruit, house made whipped cream and 100 percent maple syrup.
BREAKFAST ON THE MENU Lilikoi Soufš é Pancake ($12.95). This is a soft, cotton candy-like pancake made with imported Japanese ‚ our and Madagascar vanilla bean paste. It’s served with a delicious homemade lilikoi sauce — we source the lilikoi puree from a local farm on Maui — and our housemade whipped cream and fresh fruit.
Using the finest ingredients, Goma Tei makes everything on their menu in-house, even their sauces!
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