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Aloha, Here Are Food Haunts You Shouldn't Miss When You're In Hawaii

Aloha, Here Are Food Haunts You Shouldn't Miss When You're In Hawaii

 

 

Elena’s Restaurant

Famous for: Giving old family recipes a twist. This mom-and-pop resto even earned a feature from Guy Fieri on the Food Network. / Signature dishes: pork adobo fried rice omelet, home-style adobo mixed with golden brown rice and wrapped in a thin omelet. The sarisari (vegetable dish), shrimp sarciado and pork gisantes are also musteats. / Find it at: 94-866 Moloalo Street, Waipahu, Hawaii

Alan Wong’s fish specials

Famous for: Being one of President Obama's stops every time he's in town. It ranks fifth among 1,903 restaurants in Honolulu (Trip Advisor). Signature dishes:  Ginger-crusted onaga, long-tail red snapper with miso sesame vinaigrette and miso-marinated butterfish black cod, among other fish specialties. / Find them at: 1857 South King Street, Honolulu

Ethel’s Grill

Famous for: Being a  five-table foodie haven that has been around for 40 years. Signature dish: The tataki sashimi, seared tuna slices served on a bed of sprouts and drizzled with Ethel’s “secret” sauce of garlic, soy sauce and sesame oil.

 

Excerpt from an article originally published in Food Magazine.

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