Hawaii Mom Blog: Chun Wah Kam




January 30, 2012

Chun Wah Kam

Established in 1942, Chun Wah Kam started out as just a noodle and wrapper wholesaler. The company eventually branched out to dim sum, manapua, and a wide variety of entrees, making them a one stop shop for Chinese cuisine.

Their latest location recently debuted on the corner of Pensacola and Queen streets. It has plenty of free parking, a big dining room, and endless trays of delicious Chinese fare that will please your palate.

Order ala carte

Clean and spacious dining room

Different varieties of fried rice

Current hours


This is the two item plate, served with four mini-entrees (although the server gave me five entrees!) - 1/2 udon, 1/2 chow fun, spicy chicken wing, fried pork hash, fried calamari, and garlic chicken)

More entrees!

And more!

Oodles of Noodles

Char Siu, etc.

Chun Wah Kam
537 Pensacola

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