11/04/2011 8:27pm, #31
11/04/2011 8:37pm, #32
11/05/2011 2:48am, #33
You guys are doing it wrong!
Sigh, here's how it's done...
Bubbie's ice cream's suggestive menu, late hours and luscious texture make for the best dessert after a night out.
You can order the mochi ice cream and pints online, but the in house stuff is the best.
Bangkok Chef provides great eats at reasonable prices. My favorites include red chicken curry, tom gha ka, mango salad and the "house delight"( mango ice cream over warm sticky rice topped w/peanuts) seen below.
Menu and gallery here, beware of loud Thai-ish music:
Mitsu-ken is a super cheap breakfast and lunch place, well known for their breakfast special.
You can get two eggs to order, a generous serving of fried rice, your choice of bacon or Portuguese sausage and three large pieces of boneless garlic chicken for about $3.50. They have a complete okazu selection as well.
Agnes Portuguese bakery has the best malasadas, despite Leonard's popularity.
Mei Sum has awesome dim sum!
Tokoname is my favorite local Japanese restaurant, i am so lucky:
Wish i could find a pic of their sushi, the chef there is amazing.
Rapanui Island Cafe in Kona on Hawai'i island rocks.
(one more, no embed)
11/05/2011 2:55am, #34
11/05/2011 5:53am, #35