Located in a local shopping center in laid-back Waimea, this no-frills restaurant serves up plates of hearty Korean barbecue, along with kim-chee, ... More
Located in a local shopping center in laid-back Waimea, this no-frills restaurant serves up plates of hearty Korean barbecue, along with kim-chee, sweet potatoes, katsu and other favorites. Carnivores and vegetarians alike can enjoy the flavorful entrees and side dishes. The food is inexpensive, filling and quite tasty. It is definitely something to sample at least once; most locals, Korean or not, eat here at least a few times a month.
the only authentic tasting korean bbq (especially the kalbi) on the big island. bibimbap is awesome. they have a locally grown veggie called pipinola that is out of this world. it comes in the bibimbap or order it as a side dish. prices are amazing and plates are gigantic. family owned and operated. closed on sundays only.
This restaurant is a little gem in the hills next to overpriced Kohala/Kawaihae. The Kalbi is outstanding, bulgogi and kimchi are decent--it's all good Korean food with a Hawaiian touch (the rice is served in two scoops and you can order mac salad as a side) in a friendly, laid back atmosphere. The portions are large, the prices are great. This place will be a new favorite for us!
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