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Off Track: Honolulu’s Side Street Inn, famous for fried rice and pork chops

April 7, 2019

From the USA Today website

I first discovered Side Street years ago on the advice of folks in Honolulu’s restaurant industry, as it has long been a popular after-work spot for chefs and industry types, always a good sign (a 1999 Honolulu Star Bulletin column describes legendary Hawaiian chefs Alan Wong and Roy Yamaguchi visiting for vodka-fueled karaoke and pork chops).

But pretty much everyone who lives in Honolulu comes here (there are two locations), along with plenty of tourists, though it skews more local with all kinds of group and family gatherings. Side Street Inn lends itself to family-style dining because the portions are big – sometimes crazy big.

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Thanks to Gordon Lau who sent this article to Retiree News. 

Retiree News comment: Surprised to see an article about Side Street Inn in USA Today.

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