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Seasonal flavors of Japan

Although tourism from Japan has been slow to return, anecdotal tales of friends and family suggest Hawaii residents’ travel to Japan has returned in a big way. Read more

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An exciting addition to the dining scene

There’s no doubt that there are diners lamenting the closure of Piggy Smalls, but in its place has appeared something quite novel — the upscale Filipino restaurant Peso. Read more

Seafood extravaganza

After seven years apart, chef Vikram Garg has returned to the Halekulani fold as the creative force behind UMI by Vikram Garg in Halepuna Waikiki by Halekulani. Read more

Top-notch tapas

In one of the most exciting openings I’ve seen in a while, Gushiken is now ensconced in a space of his own, free to create the menu of his dreams at El Cielo in Waikiki, the only authentic tapas restaurant we’ve ever seen here. Read more

Oodles of (soba) noodles

A second branch of Shokudo has opened in Kaimuki, but don’t expect Kaimuki Shokudo to be a twin of its sister Shokudo Japanese Restaurant & Bar on Kapiolani Boulevard. Read more

Finding a fusion of flavors

Onokai entered my consciousness as a great curiosity, a restaurant that promised Italian, Korean, Chinese and Japanese fusion, that could either be divine or go awry in heavy hands. Read more

A korean favorite returns

Dozens of mom-and-pop restaurants were swept away by the razing of the block of low-rise commercial buildings to make way for The Park on Keeaumoku going up between Rycroft and Liona streets. Read more

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