Nam Fong is more like a landmark that a shop that sells wonderful roasted items. Ask any one of the Chinatown regulars and they will tell you that Nam ... More
Nam Fong is more like a landmark that a shop that sells wonderful roasted items. Ask any one of the Chinatown regulars and they will tell you that Nam Fong is located at the heart of Chinatown mid-block along Maunakea Street between Hotel and North King Street. Surrounded by the likes of Chinese groceries, herbalists, restaurants and lei stands. It is also easily identifiable by the ever present morning line. Locals will come from all parts of the island for a pound or two of crispy duck, roasted pork and shoyu chicken. There is paid parking lot across the street that is almost always filled, especially on Saturday mornings. - Lottie Tagupa
The biggest reason everyone gathers at this beachfront restaurant is the music and the patio sunsets. The sound is "Contemporary
Hawaiian" and appeals to a youngish demographic. Groups that often play here are Kapena, Makana and Lilikoi Sisters (Friday ...
Readers of "Honolulu Magazine" consistently rate this as the most romantic restaurant not to mention one of the top Italian
restaurants at Oahu. The cosmopolitan tropical location is unbeatable, and the service strikes just the right balance between attentive ...
Diners can sample dozens of dishes at this restaurant located in the Chinese Cultural Plaza. Dim sum is served at
lunchtime, while dinner offers a buffet of shabu shabu (cook it yourself Japanese) and Chinese favorites. Dishes range from ...