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On the table: Lucky Belly

June 27th, 2012

bellybowlNadine Kam photos
Lucky Belly's savory Belly Bowl with pork belly, smoked bacon, sausage and onsen egg, in what else but a pork broth accented with sesame and miso.

Got a chance to stop for lunch at what is sure to be the Chinatown Arts District's newest foodie destination, Lucky Belly, now open at Smith and Hotel, in place of Mini Garden.

The brief menu comes in groupings of three: a trio of ramen options, a trio of appetizers, salads and sandwiches for lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays, with dinner service to start up around mid-July. I'm waiting for that before I do a full review.

Right now, it looks like they're off to a good start.

luckyninaNina Wu holds up her giant Lucky Bowl, Lucky Belly's basic ramen, at $8. The broth now is pork, but a vegetarian bowl is on the way.

lgyozaShrimp gyoza with Chinese won ton flavor, edmame and avocado puree and ponzu sauce.

loinkAfter lunch, a thank you on the receipt.

luckystThe new sign on the corner of Smith and Hotel streets.

One Response to “On the table: Lucky Belly”

  1. Mae Rosen:

    Aloha,

    Congratulations on your new restaurant venture!

    Please let me know when your vegetarian menu is available.

    Mahalo,
    Mae


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