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Chef with taste for fusion turns brunch on its head

By Nadine Kam

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 02, 2014

~~<p class="p1">I have three words for you: kim chee scones. They'll be your new obsession, and the place to get them is at the new Koko Head Cafe in Kaimuki, in the space that was formerly home to 12th Ave Grill, which moved to bigger digs up the street.</p>
<p class="p1">The new cafe marks a partnership between celebrity chef Lee Anne Wong and restaurateur Kevin Hanney, who appears to be cornering the market on the hill with these two restaurants as well as Salt Bar &amp; Kitchen.</p>
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I have three words for you: kim chee scones. They'll be your new obsession, and the place to get them is at the new Koko Head Cafe in Kaimuki, in the space that was formerly home to 12th Ave Grill, which moved to bigger digs up the street.

The new cafe marks a partnership between celebrity chef Lee Anne Wong and restaurateur Kevin Hanney, who appears to be cornering the market on the hill with these two restaurants as well as Salt Bar & Kitchen. Login for more...



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