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What I want to know is where can you find really good Chinese food on Oahu? We have yet to find a place we love. Tried Little Village in China Town, thought it was just OK. Like Happy Day quite a bit, but nothing we crave. The best we have found is a place called Pauoa Chop Suey (on Pauoa St.). Tasty and decently priced.
Any other suggestions?
And how about good Italian on Oahu?
New Kapahulu Chop Suey - Inexpensive but good Chinese food. Dingy atmosphere and surly waitresses. Located at 730 Kapahulu. Large servings & good value for your $.
Thumbs down on Killer Taco's in Haleiwa. I've always wanted to try it but noticed there were never very many cars there. Finally, Crab Lover and I tried it. Icky.
Specifically... lack of salt for everything. Salsa was bland (needed salt and maybe some lime or cilantro or something) it was pretty much pureed tomatoes. Ground beef was tasteless and the chicken had a weird seasoning I just couldn't place and really didn't care for, but still no salt. I'll stick with Moe's and Maui Taco.