I love these brunch places from time to time but I'm not sure if you guys want to come here to eat American food lolScratch Kitchen Sweet E'sKoko Head CafeBogart's Cafe
This would be a good one for some local flavors
MealsSweet Home Aunty
Build your own soup noodle/shave ice lolGolden Pork
Ramen barSo Gong Dong
Korean sofu tofu soup678 Hawaii
Japanese food; I recommend their honey toast for dessertLonghi's
This can be breakfast/brunch as well.Hale Vietnam
for pho/Vietnamese food; you guys should go to Via Gelato(listed below) for dessert after, they are next to each other lolThe Pig and the Lady
Vietnamese fusion food
Added more Korean places.... Sorabol
24/7 Korean BBQCamellia buffet
Korean BBQ buffetMikawon
more Korean food but in Waikiki if you're in this area that would be convenient.
homemade gelato, unique flavors Lucy's Lab Creamery
unique ice cream flavors Lanikai Juice
This is dessert/breakfast if you like acai bowl Ice Garden
Amazing shaved ice; run by two sweet old ladies, literally. Must get the pudding topping.Leonard's
people call them Hawaiian donuts haha idk but they are good? the malasadasUncle Tetsu
Japanese cheesecake, they just opened recently.Liliha Bakery
must try coco puffs, totally famous for them! they have green tea puffs too! lol This location opens 24/7 except Monday for their dining area but very small dining area for breakfast food. They have another location
opened recently, might be a bit closer/more parking not 24/7 thoughDole Plantation
This is a pretty touristy place, they have pineapple dessert, I recommend their soft serve :) They have a maze, garden, and train tour, etc.
The food places here are mostly Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese :'D
tgfcoder wrote in Re: Going to Hawaii ;Nml:
Yup! We're staying around there. You live in Hawaii? ;Hi that's cool. Well I love fried stuff like fish and chips, I like me some carbs like burgers, sandwiches, wraps... umm what else? I like Chinese, or at least the westernized take away version, and same for Indian too.
Yes, I live in Hawaii.
I definitely recommend SHALOHA
! They serve pita with delicious fillingUp Roll Cafe
This is on my list to try lol but I haven't had the chance, they serve sushi wrap/burritoMei Sum
This is the westernized Chinese dim sum place lolFook Yuen
Westernized Chinese food
:'D I've never had fish and chips before, no recommendation for thatSugoi
They have really good garlic chicken and mochiko chicken (fried food)
Sorry I haven't really found a good Indian place, it's very scarce here the closest thing I can think of is Dagon
It's Burmese food, I recommend their house tea leaf salad. I don't really eat burger, occasionally it's Teddy's Bigger Burger.
If either of you use Instagram, I recommend to follow @hawaiibestkitchens
Some local fast food chain food places like Zippy's, L&L might worth a try for visitors(?) Honestly I don't like them :p but many people here do. If you eat at McDonald's for breakfast, don't be surprised to see eggs, spam and rice on the menu.
We have some chain restaurants here if you don't haven't tried before like Cheesecake Factory, Red Lobster, etc.
On the last Friday of the month there is a Eat the Street
event. They have food trucks with a pretty good variety of food.
There's a lot, I'll probably edit in more later.
Edit: I just remember my friend recommended this curry place name The Curry
It's really westernized haha it's a mixture of Indian, Thai and Vietnamese food.