Today we are going on a Chinatown Food Tour in Honolulu Hawaii’s Chinese Cultural Plaza. The Chinese Cultural Plaza in Honolulu’s Chinatown has a variety of stores, restaurants and markets. Today we are going to check out 3 of these places in the Chinese Cultural Plaza. I have included links to my Chinatown Related Videos down below.

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Chinese Cultural Plaza
100 N. Beretania St.
Honolulu, Hawaii 96817

Restaurants reviewed
Royal Kitchen
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37 thoughts on “Chinatown Food Tour Honolulu Hawaii's Chinese Cultural Plaza”

  1. when i was living in hawaii at my young age, I love all the foods that in the island, after i move to another state, i miss all the hawaii island have to offer, i want back to visit my sister two years ago, its not the same old hawaiian island anymore, but still i miss all the food that i enjoy very much.

  2. We're coming to Oahu again in mid August! Hoping to get some good food in Chinatown this time, mainly manapuas and char sui. Thanks for the vids!

  3. The surrounding areas and Seattle itself is not safe. Police Academy recruits maybe around the areas to observe the ordeal. Demonstrations of civil-rights may be practised in real-time and the Police recuits will be relieved of any obligations unless graduating with their class is a good source to reference for their resumé. Civil disobedience and corporate espionage is occuring in Seattle and its surrounding areas. None of the guilty are innocent, it's open game for recruits to test their training, book-wise, and self-defense wise. There are combat training criminals in the area so be at the utmost cautious of the surroundings and the pedestrians (possibly decoys). They may as well be listed as "'Illuminati'". Book 'em Dan-O!

  4. We just finished a two-week Oahu stay last Thursday, and did lots of videos, which will be coming out for the next couple of months. For Royal Kitchen, we wound up eating them at the temple across the river. Never made it to the Cultural Plaza, though I do like a lot of their dim sum places there. You did a good job showcasing things there!

  5. How cool you got someone who recognized you! This makes me want Chinese food now. The place I always hit up is Golden Duck on King St.

  6. Fellow Asian foodie here. this is now on my bucket list! The food looks amazing, you’re really entertaining. Keep up the amazing content, I just uploaded a food tour on my channel too!

  7. Great video! Went to Royal kitchen back in the 80's…loved their pork and lup cheong manapuas. Btw, no worries, I thought you were using a very thin head band. 🤭

  8. Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! Thanks MUCH for sharing and bringing me along! ALL the food looked GREAT! Enjoy and Cheers! Yep HOT in Seattle too, broke records for 3 days over 100+!

  9. Everything looked good. I don't think I've had tendon and I don't think I've ever eaten at the Chinese Cultural Plaza haha. Shame.Creepy camera turning on haha.

  10. The break down of the phrase manapua

    It is actually a mispronunciation of "mea'ono pua'a", pua'a" being the word for pork. "Mea'ono" is like a desert.

    Going to Royal Kitchen they would refer to their items as buns

    Nice to see people recognize you

    Must be your hair

    Great video good looking food as usual

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