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Loco moco. Fried saimin. Chicken teriyaki. Can't go wrong.

Where To Eat Hawaiian Food In The South Bay — And Beyond


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Location: CA-Los Angeles

Story Date: 5/27/2019

Publisher: LAist   

Author: Danmichael Reyes

The spirit of aloha shapes almost every facet of Hawaiian life. It's a greeting among friends and a reminder to view people we don't know as kindred spirits. It's also the guiding principle that animates the cuisine, a literal and figurative melting pot of flavors from China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines and Portugal. That's why you can go to a Hawaiian restaurant and order Portuguese sausage, fried noodles with char-sui or kimchi fried rice with a side of chicken katsu, and it'll all come with a scoop of mayo-drenched macaroni salad.

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