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Aroma Caffé brings Euro style

October 4th, 2016

Upon arriving in Hawaii one of the first things Jonathan Rotmensch noticed was that the coffee was not the same as what he was accustomed to while growing up and living across Europe. He put up with it for a while and when he couldn’t stand it any longer, he opened Hawaiian Aroma Caffé. InREAD MORE

Gudetama at Eggs 'n Things

October 3rd, 2016

Two Gudetama set menus are available as part of a Sanrio and Eggs ‘n Things collaboration benefit for the Japan Society’s Kumamoto Relief Fund for victims of the April earthquakes in Japan. The offer has Gudetama doing good, in spite of his detached, disengaged nature. For those who have yet to discover Gudetama, he isREAD MORE

Uber Factory takes top honors in Rice Fest 'Riceipe' contest

September 29th, 2016

Chef Andy Dalan of Wahiawa’s Uber Factory dessert shop successfully defended his Riceipe champ title, taking home first place honors for a second consecutive year during the 7th annual Rice Festival’s Riceipe cooking contest that took place Sept. 25 on Auahi Street fronting Ward Centre. Dalan, also a chef consultant at Waimea Valley, was teamedREAD MORE

Sabb Thai delivers authenticity

September 28th, 2016

Thai cuisine evolved over 30 years in Hawaii to suit our love of sweet, fatty, savory flavors, and downplay the sour aspects you’d find in Southeast Asia. Sabb Thai comes closest to the real deal. The small mom-and-pop restaurant sits across from Palama Market near Don Quijote, in the space that formerly housed Tae Teppanyaki.READ MORE

Yakiniku pops up in Liliha

September 21st, 2016

The scenery on Liliha Street rarely changes, so I did a double-take two weeks ago when the Korean take-out shop, Ono Sushi & Yakiniku, started looking a little more like a sit-down restaurant and advertising all-you-can-eat yakiniku. The site had been home to Mama’s Kitchen and Mama’s Korean BBQ, which first-time restaurant owners Victor andREAD MORE

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