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April 16, 2019

Bifa Seafood Restaurant

I've visited Bifa Seafood Restaurant twice since they opened for business last year in Kaimuki town.

Both times I ordered their small kal bi plate.

Kal Bi plate

The portion size is perfect for a weekday lunch and I like that it comes with two pieces of fried mandoo.

duk bok gi

One of my friends ordered the duk bok gi. Honestly I don't know exactly what it was, but there were noodles and cylinder-shaped rice cakes in a concoction partially made up of goh-choo-jahng sauce. It wasn't as spicy as it looked, but it did have a slight kick to it.

Bi Bim Bab

My other friend ordered the bi bim bab, which is a rice bowl with meat and veggies. 

The lady who works here is really friendly and inviting. 

One day I would like to return to try their jajangmyeon black bean noodles!

Bifa Seafood Restaurant
3611 Waialae Avenue
(808) 738-1888





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