Hawaii Mom Blog: Bing Bros Hawaii




March 1, 2022

Bing Bros Hawaii

When I was eight, our family spent some time in Taiwan and I remember visiting night markets to eat ramen and stinky tofu.  I still reminisce about that delicious deep fried tofu so I am always eager to try foods that bring back memories from my childhood.  But before Bing Bros, I have never tried a Jian Bing - a Chinese savory crepe that is a popular Chinese street food. 

Located in Pearlridge Wai Makai (downtown), Bing Bros serves their bings made to order. The OG Jian Bing comes with egg, green onion, cilantro, black sesame seeds, special Bing sauce, cabbage, cucumber, Sichuan pickles, kewpie mayo, and fried wonton crackers. For our first time, they recommended we add char siu which was an excellent recommendation.  You can watch them make your jian bing, layer by layer; starting with the crepe, then the egg and so on. It's quite the process! But your patience will pay off when you enjoy your delicious jian bing.  It's also big enough to share when you are just in the mood for a snack or light meal.   

Bing Bros also serve up Bing Bangs - ice cream floats with syrup, condensed
milk, and crushed almond cookies in flavors Tiger's Blood (strawberry
coconut), Ramune, Melona, Ube, and Kyoho Grape.  They have online ordering available and are open daily from 11am

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