My family and I are real fans of Korean food and this place hit the spot! The best Kalbi we've had and the cold noodles were quite tasty!
This restaurant specializes in Naengmyun which is a Korean cold noodle dish. We ordered the spicy turnip green naengmyun... it was very delicious. Made perfectly... generous portions. Perfect for a hot summer Hawaiian day. The food was so delicious, we returned the next day for...More
We had both types of cold noodles, some of the meats, and a seafood pancake. Everything was really tasty. My favorite was the pancake and the spicy cold noodles. I would go here again. Its a bit pricy though.
The food looked good on tv, but when we went there for lunch - it was not really that good. The price (for Korean food) is a little higher than normal, but food is clean and presented well. But it all boils down to taste...More
We had some lovely starters and seafood bibimbap and beef bibimbap (they had a different name for it that I dont remember) - it is this hot iron pot where the food is still cooking/frying to perfection. We liked the beef version a bit better...More
I love this restaurant. It is very clean and trendy. The food here is excellent especially the tan tan mein and the xiao long baos. The staff here is also very nice. It's Hawaii's version of Din Tai Fung!
Tantan-men was very good. I cannot wait to go back there, they have a happy hour (pretty much all day) and it seems like we get to eat good stuff at great price! One thing is that a server's hair was all over her face...More
My sister's friend recommended this newly opened restaurant on King St.and since his recommendations have been spot on we thought that we'd try it. When we asked the waiter what type of food was served, he answered, "It's Japanese Chinese food. Huh? They've got ramen,...More
We had dinner there. The dishes we ordered included a TianJin fried rice, a stir fried Chinese vegetable, pan fried dumplings, stuffed meat buns, mapo tofu, and stir fried shredded pork with green peppers. All were very good except the tofu which was so-so. The...More