Jun Bo is open Monday-Saturday from 10:30 a.m.
to 7 p.m. on weekdays and to 4 p.m. Saturdays. Daily in-house
specials are available from 3 p.m. at discounted prices up to
50 percent off, great for those short on cash.
Jun Bo is air conditioned, its modern kitchen and take out
area is screened to preserve the old Honolulu-style dining
is always busy. The portions of food are so generous that they
can send even a penny-pinching customer into a lazy slumber.
If you have not tasted Chinese food before, then you should
head to Jun Bo restaurant. Chinese food lovers can enjoy the
cuisine of abalone with pork soup, cold ginger chicken, salted
duck egg, and roast duck with plum sauce. A menu of daily seafood
and meat specials awaits the undecided as well as a quick service
counter for those who need to take their food on the run.
Most meals are served on either fried or steamed rice; however,
if your meal has a noodle selection then you can choose between
chow mein, chow fun, look fun, or cake noodles. It may sound
confusing but the choice determines the size of the noodle.
Mein is equivalent in size to saimin, while chow fun is similar
fettuccini and look fun, a bit chewy, is the widest noodle
of them all. Cake noodle is baked chow mein cut into cake-
pieces and covered in a brown sauce of garlic, oyster, and
You can order your food with gravy on top or in soup, which
is everything in a bowl. Make sure your waiter knows what you
Now that the starch and soup questions are answered, consider
the 128 menu offering.
There is something for everybody, the seafood connoisseur,
the protein eater, the vegetarian, and of course, the Chinese
enthusiast. Appetizers are always a welcome for those who want
to taste the different varieties of food. The menu includes
char siu (barbecued pork), lup chong (Chinese sausage), and
egg, won ton, gau gee (doughy rolls filled with pork and vegetables).
Steamed prawns, shrimp with pepper salt, black bean scallops,
and fried squid will make any seafood lover come back for more.
The Monday seafood fried noodle special is a bargain at $5.25.
Pork, chicken, beef, and duck wait to be steamed, roasted,
fried, or boiled; most of these selections average $5. What
a deal for
the days allowance of protein.
If you are in search for a vegetarian meal, Jun Bo has it.
Braised tofu with vegetables, choi sum with oyster sauce, or
mixed into assorted vegetables. All of the vegetarian meals
are under $5. How cheap is that?
At prices so affordable, head to Jun Bo now and try an entrée
or a daily special, you won’t be disappointed!