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Kaimuki Eats: Kaimuki Superette

This past Saturday (5.16.15), along with checkin’ out Your Kitchen in nearby Palolo Valley, while on my drive there, I also made a stop at Kaimuki Superette to sample a couple of their highly acclaimed sandwiches.

These are photos from that visit.

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To be continued…

5 thoughts on “Kaimuki Eats: Kaimuki Superette

  • May 19, 2015 at 2:20 pm
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    Pomai,

    I went to Wang Cheng’s to take the big burrito challenge and the bartender told me that they discontinued it a long time ago; I suspect that the same goes for most of the challenges on your list as well as on the “Hawaii eating challenges and contests” database that you mentioned.  Sorry to take that one from your list.  As a trade-off I offer you this: Karai Crab’s spicy hot wing challenge – next to and physically connected to “Willows”.  Eat a plate of nine meaty chicken wings smothered in red ghost pepper sauce in 10 minutes or less and the meal is free (value $12.50), you also gett a t-shirt and your picture on the wall of fire.  During the 10 minutes you cannot drink anything or wipe your face and, if you finish before the 10 minutes arre up, you have to endure the aftterburn for the remaining time.  I presently hold the record with four plates.

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    • May 19, 2015 at 2:38 pm
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      Javier,

      That’s why “call for details” is noted in that listing. You should have called first before going there. Hopefully you still had a good time hanging out at the new “Bigger Wang’s”. ;-)

      I’ve added the Karai Crab Hot Wings Challenge to the list. Muchas gracias!

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  • May 19, 2015 at 6:17 pm
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    My daughter would like this food. My son and I would desperately looking for real food. LOL

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    • May 20, 2015 at 9:13 am
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      Pat,

      Highly acclaimed Chef Ed Kenney, owner of Town Restaurant right across the street, also owns Kaimuki Superette.  He focuses on farm-to-table, using mostly locally-sourced ingredients. The pork used in both those sandwiches are from Shinsato Farms in Kahalu’u on the windward side of Oahu. EXCELLENT sandwiches! I’ll finish the review this weekend. Too busy right now.

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