Hawaii Mom Blog: Tsujita Hawaii

Dining

Recipes

Travel

Events

RECENT POSTS

February 1, 2017

Tsujita Hawaii



Tsujita, a wildly popular Japanese noodle house in Japan and Los Angeles, is now open at Waikiki Yokocho Gourmet Alley.  Tsujita is known for their tonkotsu style broth that is simmered for over 60 hours.  It's thick, flavorful, and highly addicting.

Tsujita offers both ramen and tsukemen, and between the two, you'll definitely want to go for the tsukemen, where the noodles and soup are presented separately. 


Dip the noodles, which are thick and chewy, into the rich tonkotsu broth, and slurp. 

After you're done with your noodles (but not the broth), ask your server for the wari to dilute your dipping broth, and then drink it directly from the bowl.  Delicious.

Don't forget to order a side of gyoza to complement your meal. 



Know before you go:
- Cash only
- 15% service charge is added to your bill automatically
- Kama'aina discount is available upon request


Tsujita Hawaii
2250 Kalakaua Ave (Waikiki Yokocho)




No comments:

Post a Comment

The posts published on Hawaii Mom Blog are personal experiences and opinions only. Press releases and other information from business are shared if believed they may be of interest to Hawaii Mom Blog readers. Press releases/information from businesses do not reflect personal opinions. Unless otherwise specified, products are provided by the sponsor free of charge, and no monetary compensation is received. Hawaii Mom Blog assumes no liability for any malfunction, injury, or other loss or damage, whether direct, consequential, or incidental, arising out of services, companies, or products that have been featured, reviewed, given away, advertised, or written about on Hawaii Mom Blog. Click here for the Terms of Use.