Hawaii Mom Blog: Jimbo Restaurant




January 9, 2015

Jimbo Restaurant

We've been experiencing record low temperatures lately, so it's the perfect time to visit Jimbo Restaurant for a hot bowl of housemade udon.  Their udon is offered in a variety of ways: cold, hot, stir-fried, etc. with many difference garnishes and side items.  

A relatively new addition to the menu is their "black pork gyoza". I asked the waiter what "black pork" means, and he said it's just a type of pork that they use.  They gyoza is presented sloppily, but it gets a grade A for taste. 

Tempura udon (gyoza sold separately)

Black Pork Gyoza served with 20-ingredient gyoza sauce

Jimbo Restaurant
1936 South King Street
Honolulu, HI 96826
(808) 947-2211

No reservations

Ample customer parking in the front of the restaurant (off S. King Street) and behind the building off of Young Street.

Open 7 days a week
Lunch service: 11:00am - 2:30 pm
Dinner service: 5:00pm - 9:30 pm Jimbo on Urbanspoon

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