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Where to find a good takeout meal

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We’ve collected highlights of to-go dining around Oahu. For more updates, follow us on Instagram @crave_hi. We invite retaurant submissions: Email or tag us on Instagram: #wecravetakeout.

And remember: Even if you’re not in the habit of tipping for takeout, now is the time to start, and be generous.


Note that restaurant situations may change quickly and offers could change or end without notice.



Alan Wong’s: Offering one complete meal per day, Tuesdays to Saturdays; $42 for one, $84 for two. With Asian slaw, rice or mashed potatoes, vegetable of the day and cookies. Order at 949-2526. Curbside pickup 4 to 6 p.m. at 1857 S. King St.

Chef Chai: Entrees this month include miso sea bass, Thai chicken curry, Mongolian-style lamb chops; 1009 Kapiolani Blvd. Call 585-0011. Pick up in parking garage, 4:30 to 7 p.m.

Doraku Sushi: Royal Hawaiian Center location only has reopened with takeout from its regular menu. Place orders at Delivery available. Call 922-3323,

Feast by Jon Matsubara: Sandwiches, salads and plates served for lunch and dinner. Also: Chilled or frozen meals such as salt beef with watercress and braised lamb shank, and produce bags from local farms. Curbside pickup, 2970 E. Manoa Road. Open 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays to Saturdays. Call 840-0488;

Fete: Extensive menu of appetizers, sandwiches, salads and entrees such as pork schitzel and rigatoni with beef cheek ragu; plus “provisions” such as take-and-bake lasagna and Portuguese bean soup by the quart, cocktails and wines by the bottle. Order online: At 2 N. Hotel St.; 369-1390

Gochi Grill: Hot meals and heat-and-serve chilled items vary by day. Follow @gochigrill on Instagram for daily offerings and hours. Pick up at 1111 Bishop St.; 585-8558.

Matsumoto’s Okazuya & Restaurant: Reopened with updated dining room; 1323 Gulick Ave. Open 5:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays. Call 848-7464.

Hatsuhana Japanese Restaurant: Renovated to include a new takeout area; Hilton Hawaiian Village. Open 11a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Call 946-8287.

La Tour Cafe: Locations in Iwilei, Pearl City, Aina Haina, Kapolei and Kaneohe now open. Find the menu at and follow the restaurant on Facebook for specials.

Real Gastropub: Serving comfort-food menu in collaboration with Big G’s Catering; Keauhou Lane, 506Keawe St. Open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesdays to Saturdays. Call 200-2739.

Restaurant Suntory: New $30 bento of four Japanese dishes; Royal Hawaiian Center. Open 11a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. daily. Call 922-5511.


>> Aina Meals: Geared to the health conscious, with paleo, gluten-free and vegetarian options, starting at $149.99 for 10 meals. First-timers get $15 discount. Delivery on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for $5 fee, or pick up at Waialua Fresh or Aina Grill in Waipahu.; 600-7779 (same phone number for Aina Grill)

>> Good Clean Food Hawaii: Offers selections for paleo, plant-based, keto and “clean and lean” diets at prices starting at $9.99 per breakfast; $13.99 per lunch or dinner. Family and bulk options available. Use gcfohana code for $1 per meal discount. Home delivery ($3.99 fee) to most of Oahu, or pick up at the production site in Kailua.; 339-1314

>> JoJo’s Kitchen: Sandwiches, wraps, bowls and stews ($11 or $12) or meals ($15 or $16). Items may be frozen. Delivery within 15 miles of downtown is free with a $25 minimum order, or pick up at the restaurant on Merchant Street.; 585-8212 (this number preferred)

>> Fresh Box: With this service, you do the cooking yourself with ingredients and instructions provided. There’s also a virtual market that includes various food prep items (you can even buy a 5-gallon bucket of hand sanitizer for $150). Order meals online at by 10 p.m. Friday for delivery the next Tuesday. Prices start at $78 for the makings of three meals.

>> The Happy Bento: Therapeutic meals for special dietary needs, as well as local favorites like kalbi and teriyaki chicken. New items include shrimp stir-fry and pepper steak. Most single meals cost $15, with options for two- and four servings. Order by 9 p.m. for free delivery the next afternoon to most neighborhoods. Or pick up at Pacific Gateway Center in Kalihi and get a 10% discount.; 847-2523

>> Malama Meals: Tasty-looking fare with nutrition info provided changes weekly; examples include asado chicken, turkey lettuce wraps, prices starting at $11 per meal. A pre-fixe deal provides 10 plates for $80. Order by 9 p.m. Saturdays at Pickup at 517 N. Vineyard Street 3-4 p.m. on Tuesdays. Or, delivery fee is $5 (free for orders of $100 or more).

>> Fit4You: Amelia and Ben Caravalho are a wife-husband and chef-fitness pro team. Ben, a bodybuilding champ, takes umbrage to the “eating birdseed” stereotype, and he says Fit4You’s offerings are healthy gourmet but don’t sacrifice flavor because fresh ingredients are used almost exclusively. Amelia is from Sonora, so there is usually something like shredded chicken enchiladas ($10.50) on the menu, as well as bulk items like chicken, steak and sweet potato. Order at Deliveries are Tuesday and Saturday, or pick-up at 237 Kalihi Street. Call 479-1897


(including Ala Moana, Kakaako, Kalihi, Chinatown, Manoa)

Alan Wong’s

Offering one menu item Tuesdays to Saturdays as a complete meal with soup or salad, rice vegetable and cookies. The first week includes ginger-crusted onaga and Fisherman’s Stew. Cost is $42 for one, $84 for two. Order at 949-2526. Curbside pickup 4 to 6 p.m. at 1857 S. King St.

53 By the Sea

The fine-dining restaurant has a limited menu of bento, plates and family dinners, plus “market essentials” to cook at home: meats, poultry, produce, frozen sides and sauces, starches and pupu items, as well as family-size meal packages. Wines are 50% off, other alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages are available. Curbside pickup; limited delivery is free for orders over $50. — 53 Ahui St., 536-5353,

La Ciccia Italian Fusion and Brunch Bar

When La Cicccia opened in January at the site of what used to be a Koa Pancake House it didn’t want to lose that base of morning customers. So co-owners Micho Ho and Amiee Phommachanh put “brunch” in the name and opened at 7:30 a.m. with a wide selection of morning foods. Most menu offerings now are traditional Italian, with mentaiko pasta ($17, above) a notable exception; also, you can get curry spaghetti or drunken fettucini, even though they aren’t on the menu yet. La Cicccia also has a Column A- Column B combo at $20 for one hearty eater or two to share. The evolving menu is on Instagram (@lacicciahi) including a 10-piece garlic shrimp special and soda for $15, Tuesday to Thursday. 2700 S. King St., 773-8688

M by Chef Mavro

Chef Jeremy Shigekane provides casual lunch and gourmet dinner meals featuring products by local farmers and purveyors. Lunch includes sandwiches ($10), a house salad ($7) or both ($15). Sandwich selections feature housemade bread and filling options such as Peterson Egg Salad with capers and Sumida Farms watercress, or prosciutto with lemon aioli, spinach and fontina. Three-course dinners ($30) include salad, entree choice (such as fresh catch or poached chicken) and dessert. Hours and menu details on Instagram @chefmavrorestaurant. — 1969 S. King St., 944-4714

MW Restaurant

In addition to a la carte entrees, prime rib on Fridays, sides, desserts and family packs, the restaurant is offering MW Market items as a way to support small farms, such as Ho Farms cherry tomatoes at $4.95 per pound, OK Farm eggs and other local produce. Entrees such as chicken and luau stew or miso-braised short ribs are $15 to $18 (with rice); sides $6 to $8; desserts $5 each. — 1538 Kapiolani Blvd., 955-6505,

Nico’s Pier 38 and Nico’s Kailua

The upscale Nico’s Upstairs is closed and all entertainment has been canceled, but Nico’s will still satisfy hankerings for fresh fish. Nico’s Pier 38 is serving breakfast and lunch, 6:30 to 8 p.m.; the attached Nico’s Fish Market is also open, 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. (10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays). Nico’s Kailua is serving its lunch menu, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.. — Pier 38, 1129 N. Nimitz Highway, 540-1377; fish market, 983-1263; Kailua, 970 N. Kalaheo Ave., 263-3787

O-Bok Korean Restaurant

The 30-year-old Manoa restaurant was taken over by new owners last June but maintains its menu of traditional Korean dishes like: kim chee chigae, dolsot bi bim bap and chicken ginseng soup, plus local favorites like kalbi and oxtail soup. All are available for takeout or may be delivered for $5 within 15 minutes of the restaurant. A neighborhood favorite is the house sauce used for meat, shrimp and fish jun, and mandoo. It hasn’t changed in 30 years. — Manoa Marketplace, 2756 Woodlawn Drive, 988-7702

Opal Thai

Since their earliest days as a Hale‘iwa food truck, Opal Thai has relied on word-of-mouth advertising. The restaurant’s barely used Facebook page still has a photo of the sign announcing their 2017 opening in Chinatown. Owners Opel and Aoy Sirichandhra had their son Lio create their first Instagram account, @opal_thai_honolulu last week, to get word out about their new takeout specials: All appetizers, salads and soups are $10, and all main dishes are $12. — 1030 Smith St., 381-8091

The Pig & The Lady and Piggy Smalls

With pop-up dinner and farmers market roots, adaptability has always been a strength of chef-owner Andrew Le and family. At the Pig, takeout includes standards include Pho 75 ($15), and Oxtail Pho is a bargain at $18. The French Dip ($16) could be an even hotter seller now with the portability of sandwiches a plus. Desserts are still available, too. Piggy Smalls is more international, with dishes that include adobo, Bolognese, Burmese and katsu in their names. — Pig & The Lady, 83 N. King St., 585-8255; Piggy Smalls, Ward Centre, 777-3588. Shared website,

Qing Mu Noodle

The new restaurant in the former Comp USA site in Kakaako has converted its menu to takeout, featuring spring rolls, pho, vermicelli plates and excellent $7.25 banh mi, filled with such options as pork belly with chicken liver pate, Vietnamese meatballs and lemon grass chicken. — 602 Ala Moana Blvd., 544–0005; online ordering

Real Gastropub

After shutting down early in the lockdown, Real is back open, serving takeout in a partnership with Big G’s Catering. Choose from Korean barbecue, meatloaf, sauteed fresh fish and a vegetarian plate daily ($10 to $12), plus a Hawaiian plate ($12) and prime rib ($15) on Fridays and Saturdays. Also: Pick up the in-house brew, Bent Tail, in Mason jars to go ($8.50 to $18). On tap: Bent Tail IPAs,Dog Park Pilsner, Char Siu Red Ale and Fetch Me a Stout. Call 218-4096, email Menus posted on Instagram @realgastropub⁠

Romano’s Macaroni Grill

Customers can purchase a $10 meatball and spaghetti meal for a first responder, which will be delivered to a public servant. For the rest of us, the family-friendly pasta eatery is selling family-style meals, Feast for Five ($55), for lunch and dinner. It offers a selection of pasta dishes, packed with Caesar salad and two loaves of rosemary bread. Order online or by phone. Curbside pickup and delivery available. — Ala Moana Center, 356-8300,

Tango Contemporary Bistro

Heat-and-serve Tango to Go meals for two vary by day and may include vegetable lasagna, shepherd’s pie and madras curry. Also available: a modified takeout dinner menu of such favorites as grilled salmon, Hamakua mushroom risotto with garlic shrimp and five-spice braised beef ($25-$26). Weekday lunch and weekend brunch — including the chef’s Scandinavian classics — are also available. Drive-thru service available at the porte cochere in front of the restaurant. — Hokua condo tower, 1288 Ala Moana Blvd., 593-7288,

Tiny Pyramid

The cafe that celebrated a year in business just last November can set you up with a range of pretty desserts to bring some cheer into these dismal times. A full lunch and dinner menu is also available, including a four-course meal that centers on entree choices such as Laotian pot pie, seafood brioche, lamb Wellington and lobster pad thai ($34 to $37), with soup or salad, appetizer (choices include baked lobster or oyster) and dessert. — Na Lama Kukui Center, 560 N. Nimitz Highway, 739-0993,

Umeke Market

This haven for vegans has a discounted special that changes daily, pulled from an onolicious menu that includes the likes of Pono Chili, spaghetti with marinara sauce, Korean “Chicken,” Kalo ‘Aina Stew and more. See what’s on special at @umekemarket on Instagram. In-store pickup or curbside service. — 1001 Bishop St., suite 110, 522-7377,

Yanagi Sushi

Allow 30 minutes and you can still have fresh sushi, and, as the restaurant notes, “Food will be delivered by staff with gloves.” The full menu, except for late-night specials, is available until 9:30 p.m. daily. Menus in English, Japanese and Korean are available on the website. — 762 Kapiolani Blvd., 597-1525,


12th Ave Grill

The entire menu at this popular Kaimuki brasserie is 15% off. Choose from pupu of smoked ahi bruschetta and a salad of deep-fried brussels sprouts; entrees of grilled pork chops, steak frites and lamb and beef burgers; family meals featuring roast chicken, short ribs or meatloaf made with Maui Cattle Co. beef. Sides, dessert and discounted bottles of wine are available as well. Order by phone or online. Delivery and curbside pickup services available. Check the website for updates, and for a link to a gofundme account for furloughed staff. — 1120 12th Ave., 732-9469,

Chronic Tacos Mexican Grill

The family taco kit provides makings for eight tacos, plus sides of rice and beans. Choose one or two proteins; cheese, lettuce, onion, cilantro, chips, pico de gallo, salsa roja and salsa verde complete a taco bar for $41. Additional 16-ounce sides of rice or beans are $2.75. Other items also available via all major delivery services — 888 Kapahulu Ave., 376-2095,

Kaimana Farm Cafe + Deli

Plate lunches and bentos are taken to the next level but with unique touches and fare representing owner Junko Ikawa’s roots in Japan. The new abbreviated menu doesn’t include some favorites, like souffles, as Ikawa transitioned to lunch and dinner hours (11 a.m. to 6 p.m.) instead of breakfast and lunch. But the power bento — with a choice of entree, from potato croquette to pork ginger steak, rice and five nutritious sides — is an even better deal with everything 10% off. — 845 Kapahulu Ave., 737-2840,

Kaimuki Superette and Kaimuki Super Town Hen Water

The trio of restaurants owned by chef Ed Kenney are offering daytime and evening meals, Tuesdays to Saturdays. The early menu, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., is served by Kaimuki Superette, including favorites such as Hapa Fried Rice and South Shore He‘e Roll (prices are $2 to $13.50). From 4:30 to 7 p.m., the “Kaimuki Super Town Hen Water Takeaway 3+1 Menu” offers the choice of one main dish, such as pulehu short ribs or fresh fish, plus three sides (10 offered), such as Beet Poke or Roasted Roots, for $20. Menus change daily and are posted on Instagram (@edstown). Kenney recommends calling in orders; staff will run orders to cars. — Pickups at Kaimuki Superette, 3458 Waialae Ave., 734-7800

Kona Abalone

The limited menu here features top-quality Big Island Abalone. Some preparations: jook, ceviche and poke in bento. Check Instagram @konaabalone for offerings. Delivery through Bite Squad coming soon. — Market City Shopping Center, 2919 Kapiolani Blvd., 941-4120

Restaurant XO

Frozen bulk meals are $4 to $10 per pound, covering a baker’s dozen choices — braised pork belly, for example, or adobo fried chicken, and sides like honey-vinegar glazed carrots or fried chicken skin. The Hibernation Pack is $210 for 6 pounds of veggies, 8 pounds of starch and 10 pounds of protein. A Chef’s Keto Meal is $8. Also, XO is featuring products from out-of-work pastry chefs in a bake sale for troubled times. The restaurant’s stock of dry goods such as crispy quinoa and pickled vegetables are also for sale; bottled liquor is 40% off. Also: a 30% gift certificate rebate. You’ll pay $1 for a container, which is reimbursed if you bring it back, washed, for another meal. Details: @restaurant_xo on Instagram. — 3434 Waialae Ave., 732-3838.

Side Street Inn on da Strip

Grill-at-home meals (kalbi, teri or miso chicken) in 3- or 5-pound bags are $24 to $75. Also available: Side Street’s signature spicy garlic chicken in two-piece meals, buckets and half-buckets; plate lunches that include the restaurant’s famed pork chops; and pupu specials. Curbside pickup available. — 614 Kapahulu Ave., 739-3939,


Anna Miller’s Restaurant

A 10% Shelter in Place discount applies to all takeout orders; military and Senior Club receive 20% off. The menu is a pared-down version of Anna Miller’s comfort classics of all-day breakfast and all-day lunch. A piece of pie is $1.99 with any entree; $5.49 by itself. — 98-115 Kaonohi St. Aiea, 487-2421,

Barrio Cafe

A taco takeout deal ($52) includes enough tacos for up to six eaters, served in a pizza box with rice, beans, two kinds of salsa and pickled vegetable garnishes. Choose from beef, pork and chicken. Coming soon are boxes of chicken taquitos and tamales. And Fridays are taco nights, with tacos ala carte in six-, 12- and 18-packs. — 672 Kilani Ave., Wahiawa, 622-3003,

Ichiriki Nabe

The full menu is available at a 30% discount when ordered directly through any of the three restaurants (doesn’t include Bite Squad orders). Customize your nabe, starting with a broth, say the shio pirikakara, mildly spicy with garlic and peppers, then pick from a long list of meats, seafood and vegetables, then settle up and take your discount. Or take a set menu at $9.77 for the light or $17.47 for the deluxe. — 98-150 Kaonohi St., Aiea, 484-2222; 510 Piikoi St., 589-2299; 46-047 Kamehameha Highway, 236-2299;

Pizza Press

Order a Family Deal and the restaurant will give you a gift: your choice of two rolls of toilet paper, a box of gloves, 2-1/2 pounds of rice, 1 pound of pasta or 2 ounces of yeast. Family Deals come in small ($29 for two pizzas and asalad or garlic-cheese bread) and large ($60 for four pizzas, garlic bread and salad or chicken wings). Also available is a take-home baking kit, with pizza dough and cheese, plus your choice of sauce, meat and vegetable toppings, for $11.95. PearlHighlands, 744-7771,

Rise and Shine Cafe

The Mililani Mauka restaurant reopened last week, serving breakfast takeout from 8 a.m. to noon daily. The cafe, opened in 2013 by Mililani residents Lauren and Scott Pfeiffer, closed March 23, but has regrouped to return. On the menu are cafe favorites such as cinnamon rolls, banana-nut pancakes, breakfast burritos and granola bowls, as well as Lauren Pfeiffer’s lilikoi cheesecake and other desserts. Also offered are family dinners for four that will change weekly, with entree, salad and dessert. — Gateway at Mililani Mauka, 95-1057 Ainamakua Drive, 260-9312,⁠. Curbside pickup available. Specials posted on Instagram @riseandshinecafehawaii.


Bibimbap House

With a 10% discount on all takeout, it’s a great time to take a lesson from longtime customers of Christie Morikawa, who have followed the restaurant owner for nearly 20 years throughout her culinary ventures. Morikawa’s specialty is Korean food, and she brings to her kitchen sushi-grade seafood to deliver an array of upscale bibimbap, the popular Korean rice dish. Toppings include uni (sea urchin), unagi (eel), ikura (salmon roe), abalone and lobster. The restaurant also prepareshearty helpings of pajeon (Korean pancakes) and chigae (stews), and plates of meat jun, chicken katsu and more. Morikawa and her husband, Daven, provide the finishing touch of warm hospitality. — 94-300 Farrington Highway, 671-9488

Hoakalei Country Club

First responders receive a 15% discount at the Ewa Beach golf course site. Everyone else is invited to choose a menu of meal-size salads and local-style entrees, such as curry loco moco and mac-nut fish ($12 to $18; $36 for prime rib). A $40 Family Pack of shoyu chicken, nishime and mac salad is available on Fridays; take it home and reheat. Cubside pickup only. — 91-1620 Keoneula Blvd., 853-4343, extension 100,

Moani Island Bistro & Bar

Nightly musical perfomances and special events are off at this family-owned eatery, but the kitchen is open, with a pared-down takeout menu. Burgers and sandwiches such as the Phatty Patty Melt and the Hot Corned Beef (above), run $12 to $15; entree plates like oxtail luau and smoked tri tip are $14 to $28. Curbside pickup available. — Ka Makana Ali‘i, Kapolei, 670-2638,

Plantation Tavern

The Hui Hook up dinner menu — kalua pork nachos, lechon kawali, chicken adobo, garlic rice and choice of roasted choi sum or asparagus is $50, a $14 discount off ordering the items separately. It feeds four to six. Full lunch and dinner menus are also available; drive-up service available. — Kapolei Marketplace, 590 Farrington Highway, 888-4299



All takeout orders are 15% off on a menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner choices, including New York steak, flatbread pizza, and for breakfast, Basalt’s signature charcoal pancakes. Heat-at-home Home Chef Solutions let you build a dinner, with entree, side dish and dessert choices. Drive-thru pickup on Duke’s Lane. — Duke’s Lane Market & Eatery, 2255 Kuhio Ave., 923-5689,

ChopChop Rotisserie

Kevin Hanney’s fast-casual eatery opened in January, just one week before the first U.S. coronavirus case was reported. The restaurant’s rotisserie-grilled chopped meats are now offered as family meals that serve up to four. Choose from a pound of braised short rib ($36), whole rotisserie chicken ($23.50) or miso-glazed pork slices ($23.50). Add one roasted side (such as Brussels sprouts and cauliflower) and one cold side (like corn-and-quinoa salad or pickled vegetables). White or brown rice or roasted potatoes are included. — Eton Square, 437 Hobron Lane, 425-4268

Doraku Sushi

Folks who enjoy fanciful and satisfying sushi — consider, for instance, the Red Dragon Roll ($15.95) with shrimp tempura, spicy tuna, avocado and unagi, finished with various fiery toppings — will be glad to know that Doraku Sushi Waikiki has reopened. The restaurant is offering takeout from its regular menu of izakaya dishes, all manner of sushi and donburi rice bowls (from $3.95 for a two-piece tamago nigiri sushi set to $45.95 for deluxe sushi and sashimi). The restaurant also has an affordable happy hour lineup ($3 to $9 per dish). Curbside pickup for prepaid online orders, placed at Delivery available through Uber Eats, Bite Squad and Door Dash. — Royal Hawaiian Center, 922-3323,

Duke’s Waikiki and Hula Grill Waikiki

Buy a meal for yourself, then buy a second to be donated to the Waikiki Community Center through the restaurants’ Pay It Forward program. The restaurants also are offering free meals to lifeguards. All they have to do is call to order. — Both restaurants are in the Outrigger Waikiki Beach Resort; 922-2268 (Duke’s) 923-4852 (Hula Grill);,

Fire Grill Waikiki

Known for smoked prime rib and other smoked meats, the menu here also offers seafood. Promotional offers include a $9.71 breakfast box and $24 prime rib dinner (an 8-ounce slice of beef with mashed potatoes and veggies). Order from the menu as well. Delivery with Bite Squad coming soon. — 2330 Kuhio Ave., 921-2330,

Il Lupino

If your budget is tight, $5 pizza slices are to be had this eatery. If you can splurge on a bit more, there’s breakfast all day, including the Hawaiian acai bowl and smoked salmon Benedict, plus lunch and dinner options of an array of pasta dishes, rib-eye and lamb chops. Curbside pickup and delivery available from the restaurant and Bite Squad, Door Dash, Grub Hub and Uber Eats. Order directly from Il Lupino and receive a free meatball with orders over $30. —Royal Hawaiian Center, 922-3400,

Island Vintage Coffee

An updated menu features dishes all priced under $20. Breakfast items include the vegan breakfast plate, crab and egg brioche and Portuguese sausage scramble; there also are acai bowls, poke bowls, burgers and plates featuring fish and more. Curbside pickup; delivery through Uber Eats, Bite Squad and Door Dash. Spend at least $50, ordering directly from Island Vintage and receive a locally made fabric mask from @chitchathawaii. — Royal Hawaiian Center,

Kulu Kulu

This boutique patisserie offers roll, crepe and layer cakes, plus its famous strawberry shortcake. Delivery through Bite Squad. Check @kulukulucake on Instagram. — Eaton Square, 438 Hobron Lane, 931-0506

Noi Thai Cuisine

The upscale Thai restaurant is offering $10 takeout dishes that include Bangkok red curry, Panang curry, stir-fried basil, Drunken Noodle, pad thai and more. All dishes come with a choice of chicken, pork or tofu, plus jasmine rice. Wine by the bottle is also available for purchase. Curbside pickup; free delivery to limited areas, and delivery options for other locations. — Royal Hawaiian Center, 664-4039, 415-699-0185,

Restaurant Suntory

Offering a $30 bento with dishes in four traditional Japanese styles: yakimono (grilled), nimono (simmered), agemono (fried) and mushimono (steamed). — Royal Hawaiian Center, 922-5511.

Tanaka of Tokyo

Only the Waikiki location of this steak and seafood restaurant remains open, offering a menu of steaks, plus a short lineup of seafood. Drink menu available, plus 50% off wine by the bottle. Curbside pickup. — Waikiki Shopping Plaza, 2250 Kalakaua Ave., 922-4702,


Chef Vikram Garg’s takeout menu includes ayurvedic choices designed to boost the immune system — chicken curry ($22), pork vindaloo ($22), fish curry ($22), vegan spinach and chickpea curry with fenugreek ($19), and 48-hour black lentils ($19). All are loaded with anti-inflammatory, anti­oxidant, anti-viral spices. Also available are Family Meals of steak, Cornish hens or lamb, and a nine-item Comfort Food menu. — Lotus Honolulu Hotel, 2885 Kalakaua Ave. Takeout is available 4:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays to Sundays. Order online at or call 791-5164.

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Waikiki

Have a full-on steak dinner for $36.95 (filet) or $65.95 (rib-eye), or go lower-end with a burger at $12.95. Call 922-3600. If you’d like to buy lunch for first responders, hospitals or nonprofits, Wolfgang’s offers free delivery. Email

Yardhouse Waikiki

The national chain is offering 15% off all takeout orders. Go to for a coupon and to see the menu, which includes platters for family-style eating and gluten-sensitive items including sandwiches and burgers. — Waikiki Beach Walk, 226 Lewers St., 923-9273


Consolidated Theatres

If one of the things you truly miss in quarantine is movie theater popcorn, Consolidated Theatres would like to help with that. The family-sized bag, equal to seven large portions is $20 and comes with a bag of mochi crunch. Also available are sandwiches, burgers, fries and specialties like the honey-furikake chicken bowl and loco moco. Order through Uber Eats.


>> Foodland Farms stores at Ala Moana Center and Pearl City: New ready-to-eat Family Meals for four will vary by week. Through Sunday, choose from the Local Favorites menu ($48) of beef stew with breadfruit and taro, fried rice and potato salad; or the World Cuisines menu ($60) of roast chicken, turmeric-coconut jasmine rice, spicy roasted cauliflower and charred pineapple and black bean salsa. — Details at

>> HI Steaks: Locations within Foodland Farms stores offer a dinner for four with steak, teriyaki chicken, fried rice and salad ($50). — Ala Moana, 949-8746; Kailua, 261-2066; Pearl City, 453-4507

>> Redfish Poke Bar by Foodland: Redfish Greatest Hits meal for four ($65) comes with ahi poke, salad, lemon grass chicken, pulehu short ribs and fried rice. Curbside pickup available. — Salt at Our Kakaako, 685 Auahi St., 532-6420

Highway Inn

This mainstay restaurant’s lineup of classic Hawaiian and local food, comes in takeout plates and family meals. Meals for four ($33 to $35) are built around entree selections of kalua pig, mochiko or pulehu chicken, beef stew or pulehu ribs, packed alongside potato mac or green salad and rice. Vacuum-sealed family meals can be refrigerated for a week or frozen up to six months. Stock up with three or more and save 10%. The Kakaako has online ordering and payment, with Waipahu location soon to follow. Delivery available from both. Check website and social media pages for updates. — Salt at Our Kakaako, 954-4955; 94-830 Moloalo St., Waipahu, 677-4345;


Health care workers, police officers, firefighters and paramedics are invited to pick up a free Thank You Meal at any McDonald’s through May 5. Choose a breakfast sandwich, double cheeseburger, Chicken Nuggets or fish sandwich, served with a drink fries or hash browns, served in a Happy Meal box, just for fun.

Roy’s Restaurants

A daily carryout special is featured at Roy’s Hawaii Kai, Roy’s Ko Olina and Goen Dining & Bar in Kailua. One day’s, for example might be Roy Yamaguchi’s Ultimate Classics Plate ($27), with braised beef short rib, blackened ahi, misoyaki butterfish and seared tiger shrimp (with furikake rice and pickles). Go to and select one of the restaurants to see the daily offering, as well as other takeout options. You’ll also be able to see when the featured item sells out (Sunday’s Off the Plate Mixed Grill sold out by 1 p.m.). — 6600 Kalanianaole Highway, Hawaii Kai; Ko Olina Golf Club; Lau Hala Shops, 573 Kailua Road.


Maui Tacos

Though the Pearl City location is shuttered for now, the Kailua restaurant is cooking up individual and family-style takeout meals. On the menu are favorites such as the California Burrito, California Quesadilla and Carne Asada Fries, plus “Build Your Own” Maui Mex Bowls and Signature Plates. Some of the family meals cost less than $5 per person. Place orders via phone or online; pick up curbside. Delivery available. — 539 Kailua Road, 261-4155,



Most Oahu malls have shut down, but restaurants are allowed to stay open for takeout service. Go online for lists of restaurants, hours and the services they are offering, such as curbside pickup and delivery:

>> Ala Moana Center:

>> Haleiwa Store Lots:

>> Hawaii Kai Towne Center:

>> International Market Place:

>> Kahala Mall:; curbside delivery in designated areas of parking lot.

>> Ka Makana Ali‘i:

>> Pearlridge Center:

>> Royal Hawaiian Center:; click on “COVID-19 Update” for map to curbside pickup locations.

>> Salt at Our Kakaako:; curbside pickup at parking stalls in front lot between Moku Kitchen and Starbucks.

>> Ward Village:

>> Windward Mall:



These sites offer comprehensive lists of takeout options.

>> Food-a-Go-Go: The Hawai‘i Agricultural Foundation invites restaurants to submit information on their takeout, delivery and curbside pickup services. Diners are invited to visit for all the basics, from hours to specials, plus maps and photos. Go to Restaurants will find an online submission form there.

>> Hawaii Grinds @ Home: The database invites restaurants and other food-related businesses to post information directly to a searchable database that lists takeout, curbside, delivery or meal plan services, as well as delivery services used by each. Go to

>> A list of North Shore food trucks and restaurants.

>> A list of restaurants in Kaneohe and Kailua serving takeout, with hours, closures, menus, curbside pickup and more.

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