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Town Lunch & Dinner - Kaimuki

KaimukiMan Jun 12, 2007 09:03 AM

I have been to Town restaurant in Kaimuki on several occasions for lunch. Great salads, sandwhiches, soup. Last night I went for dinner for the first time. I was not aware that the dinner menu is completely different from lunch - and every bit as good. Went with a friend and we split an order of gnocci appetizer. which was great. Each of us had fish as an entree, I had Ono, he had Monchong - both excellent preparations. We finished off with the notorious bread pudding. We each also had a glass of wine. All this for about $50 each.

If you have only been for lunch, try dinner. If you have only been for dinner, try lunch. If you haven't been at all, you should try either one.

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    maya0206 Aug 10, 2007 04:32 PM

    THE BEST restaurant I've found in Hawaii. Granted I've only lived here 5 years and I'm not exactly Kama'aina, but I've really looked! It's fantastic.

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    1. re: maya0206
      KaimukiMan Aug 11, 2007 01:20 AM

      Was back again a couple of weeks ago and had the roast pork sandwich - I was a bit disappointed with it. Lots of good flavor, but the meat was so fatty I had to pull my sandwhich apart and remove about 1/3 of the "filling". I am hoping that was an anommoly.

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        torta basilica Aug 11, 2007 01:09 PM

        We had the 'best chicken in the world' and were somewhat under-whelmed. I thought the restaurant in general good, but not worth the build-up. Prefer 3660 on the Rise any day.

    2. manomin Jun 12, 2007 12:01 PM

      Agree, Agree! You can even take your dog there and sit outside. They have clips for the
      leashes attached to the wall. Don't forget, they also serve breakfast. I love the Ginger and
      MaryAnne cocktail and the Lemon Drop, love that herbal float. The mussels are amazing,
      the broth alone is great. Try Downtown too if you get a chance although that's probably easier if you are already in town and have parking. The duck sandwich and lamb lasagna are fabulous.

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