Eating halfway through Hawaii

We’ve only a short time in Hawaii, so the list of things we HAVE to eat is short as well.

Daniel rushing from the water to get to our next meal

daniel at kahala beach 4

Midway through our trip, here is the rundown of things and places we’ve eaten:

Wednesday: Zippy’s Chili

Thursday: Kozo Sushi, L&L Hawaiian Barbecue, Island Manapua Factory (too bad they ran out of the Peking duck bao)

Friday: Made in Hawaii Festival, Brian’s Kapakahi Grilled Chicken

Saturday:

KCC Farmer’s Market (crowded)

KCC farmers market 03

The Mandalay (decent dim sum, good service, free parking)

pork hash and ha gau, seasbass with veggies

Costco (milk, $5 a gallon! Aloha Shoyu, $5.59 a gallon!!)

Waiola Shave Ice (da bes’ in Hawai’i, brah!)

Sunday: Royal Kitchen (baked chicken curry manapua, mmm-Mmm!)

Char Hung Sut (steamed manapua ,the classic not-your-normal-char siu bao)

Nam Fong (siu yuk, char siu, and a video of them cutting up a roast duck)

Shokudo Japanese Restaurant (Mochi cheese gratin? Yes! Shoyu ramen? Nah.)

shokudo mochi cheese gratin

Monday:

Yummy Korean Barbecue (meat jun baby, aw-yeah!)

yummy korean bbq meat jun

Fook Yuen Seafood Restaurant (yes, I WILL have some more lobster!)

fook yuen garlic lobster

We still have a lot of places and things to eat, including Bubbie’s Ice Cream, Leonard’s Malasadas, a new musubi joint called “Mana Bu’s”, and dinner with other FoodBuzz Featured Publishers at Tokkuri-Tei.

Oh, and more beach time to try to work off all this great food.

Aloha, Nate

4 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Lando says:

    >Nate the next time I visit Hawaii, I’ll have to get advice from you to where to get some good eats. The lobster dish looks delicious.

  2. Nate-n-Annie says:

    >@Lando – sure thing, but be also check out other Hawaii based food blogs like OnoKineGrindz and Tasty Island.

  3. ~Madeline~ says:

    >Mmmmm, that lobster looks so succulent. My mouth is watering!

  4. Nate-n-Annie says:

    >@Madeline – I don’t normally eat lobster, but this was pretty tasty.

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