Hawaii Mom Blog: Burger Hale Opens at The Street Food Hall by Michael Mina






June 20, 2018

Burger Hale Opens at The Street Food Hall by Michael Mina

More exciting changes are unfolding at The Street Food Hall by Michael Mina with the launch of the much anticipated Burger Hale, a kicked up burger concept by award winning local chefs Michelle Karr-Ueoka and Wade Ueoka from famed MW Restaurant. Located on the ground floor of the International Market Place at 2309 Kuhio Avenue, Burger Hale takes traditional American hamburgers and imbues the flavors of the Hawaiian Islands. Embracing the ethnic flavors of Hawaii's diverse culture, Wade Ueoka of MW Restaurant pulls inspirations from Japanese sukiyaki, Korean spicy barbecue, and Southeast Asian cuisine to craft unique burgers and loco mocos

Some of the mouth-watering burgers that will be offered include the Kim Chee Burger, featuring Korean spicy pork and onions. The Pipikaula Burger is sure to be a local favorite with pickled onions and Hawaiian beef jerky. If you’re feeling adventurous, you’ll love the Southeast Asian burger with chili-lemongrass eggplant. An Asian-inspired burger features sukiyaki beef and onions (also known as Gyudon). All of these burgers have been translated into the ever-popular Loco Moco dish, each served over a generous portion of local fried rice and topped with a sunny-side up egg. Make it a combo with some fries with your choice of toppings and a tantalizing shave ice milkshake concocted by Michelle Karr-Ueoka for a burger experience like no other.

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