Shiro’s Saimin Haven


After work, my brother and I were driving around pearl city debating on lunch. Per his suggestion we headed over to Shiro’s Saimin Haven. Known for their many variations of the classic noodle soup we all know and love. (over 60 different combinations)

Here’s a quick photo overview of our trip.

Upon walking in we are greeted immediately, and shown to our seats. Luckily it was a weekday, and relatively slow.

Fried Wonton Min.

Mixed Plate: Mapo Tofu, Fried Noodles, Garlic Chicken.

Everything was very good. The mapo tofu was rich, but kind of oily. The garlic chicken was remnant of mistu ken mized with zippy’s Korean chicken. And of course, the saimin was great. Its no wonder its their specialty. The broth was really good, and thats what really makes the dish. I know it doesn’t sound like much of a feat to make a good bowl of saimin, but it was very good. Only 60 more bowls to try.

…until next time

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© Chuco Townsend. Darq Labs Photography 2011

Wedding, Event, Food Photography. Honolulu, Hawaii

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