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 Restaurant Insider with Anne Lee
speaks with Shingen Soba Izakaya at Heart Moon president and owner
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Ihad the chance to visit with our friend Shoichi Nakitani, president and owner of Shingen Soba Izakaya at Heart Moon,
at his location on South King Street. Mov- ing from Waikiki to this location really en- hanced the amount of kamaaina awareness. This restaurant has really become a local favorite, and there will be more for locals to enjoy with the launch of its happy hour.
AL: You have a new and exciting happy hour option that will be starting soon. Tell me more about that.
SN:We have a new happy hour starting Oct. 18 (Monday). It is every day from 5 to 6 p.m., and then 7:45-8:30 p.m. This is a great way to try our dishes for an inexpensive price (dine-in only).
There are two options. Choi-no-mi means little things. You pick one bev- erage — Asahi draft beer, red or white house wine, a high ball (our house
whiskey and soda), soju or masu sake — and one appetizer off of our happy hour menu for $9.80. Appetizer op- tions range from edamame, beef tataki, chicken kaarage, ginger tempura and many more options. Any additional ap- petizer is just $3 more.
We also have the happy combo, which is your choice of beverages as listed above, as well as your choice of soba or udon noodles, (ube or moringa noodles are $1 more, each) and choice of donburi set — all for $19.80.You can swap dessert instead of a beverage if you prefer.
AL: You are known for your special buck- wheat soba noodles. What are the options? SN: We use a special powder to make our soba noodles, and we also offer an ube udon and moringa soba option for only $1 more.
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