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HAWAII Magazine's "75 Places to Eat Like a Local": Homegrown Eats

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Salt Kitchen & Tasting Bar

Executive chef Quinten Frye’s exquisite menu doesn’t flaunt his fondness for procuring as much Hawaii-raised product as he can get his hands on, but diners who can taste the difference between fresh and flown-in know. A platter of charred, tender Oahu-caught fresh tako (octopus) in a smoky Maui onion puree, and lightly crisped chicken-fried local rabbit are just starters.

3805 Waialae Ave., Honolulu, Oahu • (808) 744-7567 • Website


Town chef/owner Ed Kenney is all about Hawaii ingredients. He’s on the board of Mao Organic Farms, one of the state’s leading organic farms, with a quest to educate student farmers. “Local first, organic whenever possible” is his restaurant’s maxim. And his daily-changing menu is an open love letter to everything he can find that’s fresh and grown here.

3435 Waialae Ave, Honolulu, Oahu • (808) 735-5900 •

Check out our 70 other “75 Places to Eat Like A Local” picks, listed in these 15 categories …

“Grab & Go”

“Comfort Food”





“From the Sea”

“Luxe & Local”

“Bar Food”






“Cool Ethnic”

… in HAWAII Magazine’s new November/December 2013 Food Issue, available in bookstores and on newsstands throughout the U.S. and Canada, or by subscription, on the Apple iPad Newsstand and on the Amazon Kindle.


Photos: David Croxford for HAWAII Magazine

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