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1121 Nu'uanu Ave., Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96817, United States

Opened in 1994, this eatery has been at the forefront of Chinatown’s trendy renaissance. Island-born chef Glenn Chu channels his grandmother’s recipes into fusion Eurasian entrées like spicy jumbo shrimp with saffron rice and pineapple chutney and roast duck with raspberry-hoisin sauce in rice-paper crêpes. The tasteful Chinese interior includes red calligraphy lanterns and local artwork. The adjoining bar-lounge, complete with a carved-wood “concubine” bed, draws crowds for its justly popular martinis.

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Opened in 1994, this eatery has been at the forefront of Chinatown’s trendy renaissance. Island-born chef Glenn Chu channels his grandmother’s recipes into fusion Eurasian entrées like spicy jumbo shrimp with saffron rice and pineapple chutney and roast duck with raspberry-hoisin sauce in rice-paper crêpes. The tasteful Chinese interior includes red calligraphy lanterns and local artwork. The adjoining bar-lounge, complete with a carved-wood “concubine” bed, draws crowds for its justly popular martinis.