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Korean Food in Waipahu for a Song
Posted by CLYDE
Friday, July 08, 2011 4:09 PM


If you like Korean food then there are many places you can go in town. Going west, once you pass Kalihi your choices are few. Sure you can find Korean food at the food courts in the malls but nothing beats a Korean restaurant where you can sit down and enjoy the wide assortments of banchan (small plates) that they offer.

One day while cruising Waipahu I see this roadside sign. Forget what it exactly said but it referred to Korean BBQ behind Times Supermarket. Not too much people venture off of Farrington Highway in that area except for residents.

What used to be Koto Restaurant and Okazuya has been replaced by Song's Korean BBQ Restaurant. Been there since December 1, 2010 and seven months later I see it? Had to go and eat there.

Went there for lunch. It wasn't that crowded. The menu looked familiar and had some stuff you won't find at the Korean counters at the food court.
The banchan is good! The kimchee and onion pancake "NCS" (No Can Stop) eating. It's good that they refill your banchan too.
We had the lunch plate and the spicy chicken. If it were hotter I'd swear it was like Chicken Alice's.
I will definitely make it back there when I'm in Waipahu. It may even be worth the drive if you're only going to Pearl City.

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GUEST (198.245.51.165) - Friday, April 25, 2014 6:32 AM.

Hi Alice! Back home and profiting from the Portugal's Day hodaliy, I'm trying to catch up your posts.It seems that the Korean Airlines screen doesn't match the food and the wines... ;)Can imagine your shopping cruise in the Sinchon area with the nice excuse of the 2ba Celsius outside. Wonder how you managed to carry all the packages... ;))But the best of the game is the drunk drivers punishment; interesting solution! ;)))Thanks also for your comments at , which has now landed in Santiago de Compostela, Spain!Hope you enjoy, and have a nice rest of the week!


GUEST (66.175.72.169) - Thursday, February 02, 2012 1:57 PM.

looks good, i'll try check it out one day.
zion


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