Hawaii Mom Blog: More Eats from Shirokiya Japan Village Walk




July 21, 2016

More Eats from Shirokiya Japan Village Walk

Our family went back to Shirokiya Japan Village Walk again, and tried out a few more eateries:

Midori Ramen from Gashoken
Nat had actually mentioned the "Pesto Ramen" to me, and since I love pesto, I decided to give it a try.

I thought it was very delicious!  The ramen had a very prominent basil pesto flavor, and was topped with char siu, green onions, Parmesan cheese, tomatos, and mushrooms.

Gyoza from Manichi Ifudodo

Chicken Panang Curry from S&S Thai Kitchen

Pig Cheese

Chocolate Chiffon

Hello Kitty Waffles
We all got desserts from Kulu Kulu Cake.

The Pig Cheese was super light and yummy, with a delightful strawberry filling.

The Hello Kitty Waffles came in 6 flavors - Custard, Red Bean, Cream Cheese, Plain, Chocolate, and Strawberry.  There was a 6-waffle limit that day, so I decided to get one of each flavor.  My favorite was the Strawberry.

Once again Shirokiya Japan Village Walk was packed.  We arrived there about 9:50am, and a line was already formed near the door closest to Marion Crepes.  Soon lines were forming at other doors, and promptly at 10:00am, people rushed to save tables or get in line at one of the vendors.

There's still so much more I want to try, and you can be sure I'll be there early again the next time I go.

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