The Kong Show visits a new Hawaiian restaurant in Tokyo


Next time you develop a really huge appetite, or a hankering for some delicious Hawaiian food, head over to Azabujuban to visit Tokyo’s newest Hawaiian restaurant called Laule’a (means happy.)

The restaurant is operated by chef Ulysses and waitress Sachiko Gouvea. Nothing fancy-schmancy in this mom and pop shop, but it’s very clean with a family feeling, fulfilling portions and friendly prices.

Menu items include the huge Grand Slam Loco Moco, Hawaiian Burger, Kalua Pig Burger, Lau Lau, pancakes and all kinds of beers and wines from Hawaii including Primo and Aloha Lager beers and Ulupalakua and Maui Blanc wines. And there’s so much more...check the short video.

Check their Facebook site for a map:

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Primo is now manufactured in California--and has been for years...

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Aloha ????????

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Never ever thought Hawaiian food was special. It is bland boring food.

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The pic of the eggs is NOT how people like ''em. And salmon and rice? Oh, I get it. No ketchup in Japan, is there.....

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