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Kuulei Funn, editor

Taiwanese cuisine in downtown Honolulu

When most people think of Chinese food, they think of fried rice, chow mien, kung pow chicken, beef broccoli, cashew chicken, and so on, all the common foods found in local restaurants. These items are actually part of Cantonese cuisines, and Cantonese food has long been widely distributed in the United States. Taiwanese cuisine, on the other hand, has quite a different taste. It is flavorful yet healthy, aromatic yet always new. If you doubt this, there are several Taiwanese restaurants in Honolulu where you can experience it. [More]


Tiki Café is just a few blocks from HPU, on Hotel Street near Fort Street Mall.

Photo by Baxter Cepeda

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