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This littlg gem of a restaurant is in Honolulu's Chinatown. The food is Korean fusion, if you like Korean food you will love the food here! I don't think they have corkage fees...we brought beer and wine. If you just drove by this place you...More
This is an exciting new Resturant in the ever changing and trending upward area of China Town. Simple decor but the outdoor area in the back is the best place to eat. The food is spectacular. I had the Bibimbap and the flavor was awesome....More
Loved our first visit of many more to come. We started with black fried oysters, truffle mandoo, and papaya salad. Everything was delicious. I enjoyed the mandoo the best.
We shared the gnocchi and chicken dish, thankfully. It came with side salad, kimchi and rice....More
This is not your typical Korean restaurant with the old Auntie in the kitchen cooking up classics that gramma used to make. It is a fusion contemporary twist on Korean food that is out of this world.
The location is small, yet cute. Tucked in...More
I had the pork belly or rather the pork belly had me at the first bite. It was beyond delicious and was accompanied by the perfect combination of flavored rice, salad and creatively prepared veggies. The salmon is extraordinary. The Kimchee worthy of celebration. The...More
We visited here on the recommendation of two locals, and have found our new favorite restaurant in Hawaii! The pork belly confirm was the best we have ever had - my wife's eyes rolled into her head! I am a huge fan of Kalbi, and...More
Ok, so the purple rice got my attention and so did the kim chee. I ordered the boneless kal bi and it was flavorful and tender. I tried the chicken cooked in a Korean chili sauce with gnocchi and it was great. I will definitely...More
We came there on Mother’s Day and were so happy to get seated easily. Nice roomy outside seating. All 3 of us loved our meals. 2 of us Had bulgogi eggs Benedict and one had sweet and savory French toast. Yummy and very filling. Great...More
Almost a year ago, I described O'Kims, as a small hole-in-the-wall that served excellent tasting contemporary Korean food. Hyun, the owner and chef, has moved her operation to 1028 Nuuanu Avenue. It is now a restaurant with sit down service. The front section has 10...More
4 moderately hungry distinguished older women for lunch. we ordered like we are stevedores. japjae, fried oysters, truffle mundo, kimchi jigae (burp) and that was starters. i was so full by then i skipped the truffle mundo. then we had 2 plates pork belly, and...More