Joey Macadangdang ran the kitchen at Roy’s for many years, winning award after award for his inventive gourmet cuisine. Now he’s got two restaurants of his own: an ultra-casual spot in the Whalers Village food court and this slightly fancier eatery in Napili, where Joey and his wife will personally take care of you. If you’ve never tried Filipino food before, this is your place. Get the savory pork adobo plate, or seafood sinigang—a hot and sour medley of fish, clams, and shrimp. You’ll find familiar favorites, too—fried Brussels sprouts, fish and chips—and enticing Hawaiian seafood specials such as ahi salad with octopus and pan-seared shutome (swordfish) with shiitake mushroom risotto.
5095 Napilihau St.
Our Rating Neighborhood Honokowai, Kahana & Napili Hours Daily 11am–2pm and 4–9pm. Phone 808/214-5590 Prices Entrees $9–$39. Cuisine Type Filipino/Plate Lunch Web site Joey's Kitchen
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