Delicatessen offers choices, valueA La Carte
February 5, 2023
Story By: Kyle Galdeira | Photos by: Lawrence Tabudlo
New and loyal diners at Kabuki Restaurant & Delicatessen appreciate the extraordinary value and service coupled with their favorite dishes and specials available at the Waimalu Shopping Center hot spot.
Yose Nabe ($24.50), a popular hot pot-style choice with longtime diners during the day, is available as a dinner special Wednesday and Thursday nights only. It features an assortment of seafood, chicken, tofu and fresh vegetables in a tasty broth. Salmon Ochazuke ($14.50) features fresh chilled salmon and ikura paired with seaweed and sprouts over a bowl of rice.
Guests can build lunch plates from more than 20 different items (prices vary), including the “huge, ginormous” cone sushi. Deep-fried halibut is another customer favorite, as are marinated chicken and konbu maki — a seaweed wrap with pork, carrots and gobo — daily specials that rotate throughout the week.
Kabuki’s deli and okazuya service is available daily from 5:30 a.m.-1 p.m., and guests can enjoy an array of local favorites. The restaurant is open Wednesday through Sunday for lunch (11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.) and dinner (5-8:30 p.m.) service to complement the daily okazuya offerings.
“We are so grateful to our regular faithful customers, as well as new guests every day, who support us and continue to enjoy our food,” says owner John Afong. “We’ve kept our prices the same even when dealing with higher food and labor costs to provide the best value possible for our guests.”