Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Hawaii Restaurants~Hifumi

Japanese home-cooked food.  Back when I was growing up, we would frequent Hifumi a lot for family dinners. The prices were reasonable and my grandmother enjoyed eating Japanese food.
When I first called my mom to tell her that Mike and I were coming home and wanted to go out for dinner on a Sunday night, I told her that we had wanted to go to Sansei.  She mentioned that the last time my family went there, the food was not as good as before.  I was a bit bummed out to change our restaurant plans, but in the end it was nice to have home-cooked style Japanese food on our first day back on Oahu. 
Chicken karaage and tempura teishhoku-Mike's selection

Unagi and tempura teishoku-Grandpa's selection

Chinese style fish-Mom's selection
Oyako Donburi-Rice topped with chicken, egg, and vegetables. This is the dish I ordered and shared with my mom.

 Tonkatsu (deep fried breaded pork) and tempura teishoku-Dad's selection

Hifumi Restaurant
100 North Beretania Street
Honolulu, HI 96817-4768
(808) 536-3035

1 comment:

GenkiBlogger said...

Hi Lauren,

I'm trying this for the first time. This is your "Dad" (No. 2). Mike called me today to wish me a Happy Father's Day. He asked me if I had commented on your blog yet. I told him I tried once, but wasn't successful. So here's my second try.

The tonkatsu looks like the best dish...though the "Special Men $1.99/each" looks quite interesting.

Have a Great Week!

Dad No. 2