Hawaii Mom Blog: Gazen




May 27, 2014


Gazen (aka Izakaya Gazen aka Gazen Bar and Grill), is known for their fresh, housemade tofu, as well as their family-style dishes.
Kurogoma (Black Sesame Seed) Tofu

Ribeye Steak

Saikoro Steak

Grilled Salmon Roll


Daikon Salad

Seafood Spring Rolls

From top left clockwise: Shiratama (Deep Fried Tofu Mochi), Spicy Tempura Roll, Tofu Croquette, Clams, Gazen Style Deep Fried Chicken with Homemade Sauce
Sweet Potato Mochi with Vanilla Ice Cream and Earl Grey Sauce
French Ohagi

Soymilk Pudding

Vanilla Ice Cream
Even though Gazen is a family-style restaurant, since I don't eat a lot of seafood, sushi, or beef, I decided to order my own dishes, which were the fried chicken and croquette.  Both dishes were very delicious.  I tried a bit of the tofu, and I thought it was okay.

Everyone else thought the food was great too, especially the clams.

Service was a bit on the slow side, but the food was great - next time I am definitely going to try out more dishes!

2840 Kapiolani Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96826
(808) 737-0230

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