MostBest Seattle | Hawaiian

It could take you hours to decide which Hawaiian restaurant is the best. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

Want a taste of paradise? Enjoy rich, tropical flavors and fresh ingredients sure to make you feel all warm and fuzzy.

KAUAI FAMILY RESTAURANT

via Foodspotting user Eric Hwang

via Foodspotting user Eric Hwang

When you’re seeking a tropical escape in Seattle, Kauai Family Restaurant should be your first choice. The dishes are made to channel the essence of Hawaii, incorporating spices that are borrowed from Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, and Filipino cultures, and the preparation is as authentic as it gets.

We Love The: Kalua Pork Plate, Oxtail Stew, Loco Moco

6324 6th Ave S
(206) 762-3469
www.kauaifamilyrestaurant.com

KONA KITCHEN

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via Foodspotting user dasvogelicious

Kona Kitchen is owned and operated by Yuji Okumoto, more popularly known as the actor who played Chozen in Karate Kid Part II. The homestyle Hawaiian-themed restaurant has become a local favorite that maintains a loyal customer base and features dishes that are sure to give you insight on what Hawaii’s local food is really like.

We Love The: Kanak Attack, Saimin

8501 5th Ave NE
(206) 517-5662
www.konakitchen.com

SAIMIN SAYS

via Flickr user Moxieg

via Flickr user Moxieg

Saimin Says is very well known for samain, a national dish akin to ramen noodles, that’s flown in fresh from Hawaii. In Hawaii, saiman is extremely popular and a staple of the local cuisine. You can’t pass up on the other authentic options offered either, such as succulent Kalua Pig and Cabbage, their homestyle Macaroni Salad, or their delectable Loco Moco.

We Love The: Saimin, Kalua Pig and Cabbage

6621 S 211th St
(425) 656-5979
www.saiminsays.com

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