Grind Time: Filipino Food Week opens in Honolulu

Grind Time: Filipino Food Week opens in Honolulu

Tara, kain tayo! (Come, let’s eat!)

After taking 2020 off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the restaurant edition of Filipino Food Week (FFW) is back now through Saturday!

A week-long celebration of Filipino cuisine, Filipino Food Week invites diners to participating restaurants for Filipino food specials offered by the various chefs and establishments.

This year’s event also commemorates the 75th anniversary of the establishment of bilateral relations between the United States and the Philippines by shining a spotlight on the ways Filipino food has contributed to Hawaii’s culinary landscape.

Participating restaurants include:

  • Cafe Julia
  • Chef Chai
  • Dickey’s Barbecue Pit
  • Eating House 1849
  • Elena’s
  • GOEN
  • MW Restaurant
  • Pai Honolulu
  • Roy’s Hawaii Kai
  • Roy’s Koolina
  • Skull & Crown Trading Co.
  • Stage Restaurant
  • Tiano’s Restaurants
  • Tiki’s Grill & Bar
  • Humble Market Kitchin (Maui)
  • Joey’s Kitchen (Maui)
  • Roy’s Kaanapali (Maui)
  • Tante’s Island Cuisine (Maui)
  • Roy’s Waikoloa (Big Isle)
  • Eating House 1849 (Kauai)

Where do you plan to go and visit for Filipino Food Week this year? Leave your thoughts in the comments, and please be sure to share this post!

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Jason Genegabus has written about food and drink, cocktails, music and entertainment in Hawaii since 2001.

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