Umeke Market combines a deli teeming with toothsome reinterpretations of local dishes with a natural market supplying organic greens, health supplements, and eco-friendly household items. Championing locally sourced ingredients with their menu of eats, deli masters hoist Mother Earth's fist in the air as they dispense dishes such as the Umeke market burger, which blankets local grass-fed beef, all-natural turkey, buffalo, or portabella mushroom in accoutrements including maui onion, sprouts, and organic ketchup ($8.95). Alternatively, smoothie selections such as the kale blend namesake leaves, banana, and honey into waves of quaffable nourishment ($3.95). The grocery lines shelves with organic greens, natural foods, and premium supplements that may boost energy, alleviate stress, and activate latent telekinetic powers.
For good times and great food, head on over to Honolulu's Umami Cafe.
Mindful eaters are advised to count calories a different day, as Umami Cafe is without low-fat fare.
Umami Cafe is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
On warmer days, take advantage of Umami Cafe's outdoor seating.
Your large group can all sit together at Umami Cafe.
Drift away from stuffy dress-code conventions and dine in comfort at Umami Cafe.
You can also grab your grub to go.
It's time to gather up the party people. Serve them great food from Umami Cafe.
At Umami Cafe, you can find a parking spot on the street, in a garage or take advantage of a valet service.
Come to Umami Cafe for a satisfying meal that won't break the bank.
According to psychologists, the color red makes people hungry. So it's no wonder that Rakuen Lounge?s combination of vibrant, crimson tabletops and artistically plated sushi consistently incites stomach rumbles. Here, the chefs design their specialty rolls with organic ingredients and a whimsical touch: their Mr. Miyagi roll arrives with soy-sauce footprints drawn beside it, a presentation style that was oohed and ahhed over by Non Stop Honolulu?s Tracy Chan. The chefs also fold fresh fish, including sashimi-grade ahi, into don-don rice bowls.
Rakuen's bartenders congregate in the center of the dining room at a square-shaped bar where they shake up signature martinis with sake and yuzu, fresh fruit juices, and other seasonal ingredients procured from local vendors, rather than intergalactic grocery stores. They also fill glasses with sake or send full bottles of it or shochu out to tables.
Glenn Chu’s earliest memories of cooking are of watching his Chinese grandmother pluck veggies from her garden in Manoa, fire up a wood-burning stove, and stir-fry the pickings in an oversized wok. While studying and working on the mainland, he learned Western cooking methods, honing his skills to a level that earned one of his recipes publication in Bon Appétit. He draws together this experience to influence his work as Executive Chef of INDIGO, where the blend of Asian, French, and Mediterranean styles is evident in the goat cheese won ton appetizer, the wasabi soy and sun-dried tomatoes on ahi steak, and the sautéed eggplant and pineapple chutney on spicy shrimp. The dining room presents accents of crimson red and high ceilings, while outdoor spaces welcome vacationing demigods.
Kabuki Restaurant's chefs continue a lively culinary tradition dating back to 1965, hypnotizing guests with gyrating flames as they grill Japanese specialties that complement the sushi bar's raw bounty of seafood-infused rolls. The teppanyaki masters inspire awe while unlocking the flavors of thinly sliced beef, chicken, and veggies on their fiery grills, tossing the ingredients skyward in a cruel game of monkey-in-the-middle with two other chefs. After furnishing empty stomach space with tempura, california, and spicy-tuna sushi rolls, diners can bring home bottled servings of the eatery's house yakiniku and butteryaki sauces, which can be used for cooking, dipping, and marinating seafood, meats, and vegetables for authentic Japanese meals. All of the signature sauces are low-fat and cholesterol-free.
Try a little of everything at Restaurant Row, Hiroshi's Eurasian Tapa's, where small plates rule the day.
Cautious diners will appreciate the low-fat and gluten-free fare at Restaurant Row, Hiroshi's Eurasian Tapa's.
Pair your entree with a glass of wine or draft beer — Restaurant Row, Hiroshi's Eurasian Tapa's has a fully-stocked bar to complement your meal.
At Restaurant Row, Hiroshi's Eurasian Tapa's, kids of all ages are welcome.
At Restaurant Row, Hiroshi's Eurasian Tapa's, you can dine with your immediate family and your extended family due to the easy seating for large parties.
Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code.
Restaurant Row, Hiroshi's Eurasian Tapa's can also cater your next party; call today for details.
Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Restaurant Row, Hiroshi's Eurasian Tapa's' cooking from the comfort of their own home.
Park in a matter of seconds at Restaurant Row, Hiroshi's Eurasian Tapa's, a local restaurant near valet and lot parking options.
A night out here can be a bit pricey, so prepare to shell out a bit more.