Home Bar And Grill Hawaii

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Home Bar And Grill Hawaii

Home Bar and Grill is a relatively new bar with delicious food and drinks at reasonable prices.  We usually come here for Pau Hana drinks or to eat on those uneventful weekday nights. We came here last Tuesday and got an array of dishes.  First off we got the regular tofu dish.  It was garnished pretty standard (shoyu, bonito shavings, green onion, etc) but was a great appetizer to start off with. Tofu from Home Bar & Grill Next up we ordered the Kim Chee Fried Rice.  This fried rice is cooked with bacon, spam, portugese sausage, kim chee, green onions, two eggs (cooked how you want), etc.  It’s such a huge portion it’s more than enough to feed at least 4 people!  This was actually the only dish that had leftovers for us to take home. Kim Chee Fried Rice from Home Bar & Grill Our next appetizer was the Tater Tot Nachos.  I haven’t had tater tots in forever so these bring you back to nostalgic times.  Who would’ve thought tater tots with cheese, salsa, sour cream, bacon bits, green onions, and jalapenos would be so delicious!  These were gone as fast as they arrived on our table! Tater Tot Nachos from Home Bar & Grill Next we had the famous and delicious Pork Chops.  This was honestly a huge portion of pork chops, and it came with ketchup to dip.  These were juicy and bursting with flavor! In my opinion this is much better than my former favorite Side Street Inn’s porkchops, and did I mention it’s way cheaper? Pork Chops from Home Bar & Grill Lastly we ordered the Rib-Eye.  We ordered in medium-rare, but I guess it doesn’t matter because it comes out on a sizzling platter where it keeps cooking until you take it off.  It’s comes with mushrooms and onions and is a must get when visiting Home!  We opted for the bigger 16 oz. portion and it was well worth it! Rib Eye from Home Bar & Grill This place is not yet featured on our Hawaii’s Aloha Food Tours, but contact us if you have any suggestions for places you would like to see featured! Posted on August 23, 2011 by ryan in Hawaii Food, Local Eats Subscribe Subscribe to our e-mail newsletter to receive updates. Related Posts: How to Make Garlic Shrimp like Hawaii’s (Oahu) North Shore Food Trucks The Beauty of Oahu, Hawaii Food Tour of Ojiya Japanese Restaurant Gaku Izakaya How to Make a Spam Musubi – Video → No comments yet. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Name (Required) Mail (will not be published) (Required) Website

Home Bar And Grill Hawaii

Home Bar and Grill is a relatively new bar with delicious food and drinks at reasonable prices.  We usually come here for Pau Hana drinks or to eat on those uneventful weekday nights. We came here last Tuesday and got an array of dishes.  First off we got the regular tofu dish.  It was garnished pretty standard (shoyu, bonito shavings, green onion, etc) but was a great appetizer to start off with. Tofu from Home Bar & Grill Next up we ordered the Kim Chee Fried Rice.  This fried rice is cooked with bacon, spam, portugese sausage, kim chee, green onions, two eggs (cooked how you want), etc.  It’s such a huge portion it’s more than enough to feed at least 4 people!  This was actually the only dish that had leftovers for us to take home. Kim Chee Fried Rice from Home Bar & Grill Our next appetizer was the Tater Tot Nachos.  I haven’t had tater tots in forever so these bring you back to nostalgic times.  Who would’ve thought tater tots with cheese, salsa, sour cream, bacon bits, green onions, and jalapenos would be so delicious!  These were gone as fast as they arrived on our table! Tater Tot Nachos from Home Bar & Grill Next we had the famous and delicious Pork Chops.  This was honestly a huge portion of pork chops, and it came with ketchup to dip.  These were juicy and bursting with flavor! In my opinion this is much better than my former favorite Side Street Inn’s porkchops, and did I mention it’s way cheaper? Pork Chops from Home Bar & Grill Lastly we ordered the Rib-Eye.  We ordered in medium-rare, but I guess it doesn’t matter because it comes out on a sizzling platter where it keeps cooking until you take it off.  It’s comes with mushrooms and onions and is a must get when visiting Home!  We opted for the bigger 16 oz. portion and it was well worth it! Rib Eye from Home Bar & Grill This place is not yet featured on our Hawaii’s Aloha Food Tours, but contact us if you have any suggestions for places you would like to see featured! Posted on August 23, 2011 by ryan in Hawaii Food, Local Eats

Home Bar And Grill Hawaii

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Home Bar and Grill is a relatively new bar with delicious food and drinks at reasonable prices.  We usually come here for Pau Hana drinks or to eat on those uneventful weekday nights. We came here last Tuesday and got an array of dishes.  First off we got the regular tofu dish.  It was garnished pretty standard (shoyu, bonito shavings, green onion, etc) but was a great appetizer to start off with. Tofu from Home Bar & Grill Next up we ordered the Kim Chee Fried Rice.  This fried rice is cooked with bacon, spam, portugese sausage, kim chee, green onions, two eggs (cooked how you want), etc.  It’s such a huge portion it’s more than enough to feed at least 4 people!  This was actually the only dish that had leftovers for us to take home. Kim Chee Fried Rice from Home Bar & Grill Our next appetizer was the Tater Tot Nachos.  I haven’t had tater tots in forever so these bring you back to nostalgic times.  Who would’ve thought tater tots with cheese, salsa, sour cream, bacon bits, green onions, and jalapenos would be so delicious!  These were gone as fast as they arrived on our table! Tater Tot Nachos from Home Bar & Grill Next we had the famous and delicious Pork Chops.  This was honestly a huge portion of pork chops, and it came with ketchup to dip.  These were juicy and bursting with flavor! In my opinion this is much better than my former favorite Side Street Inn’s porkchops, and did I mention it’s way cheaper? Pork Chops from Home Bar & Grill Lastly we ordered the Rib-Eye.  We ordered in medium-rare, but I guess it doesn’t matter because it comes out on a sizzling platter where it keeps cooking until you take it off.  It’s comes with mushrooms and onions and is a must get when visiting Home!  We opted for the bigger 16 oz. portion and it was well worth it! Rib Eye from Home Bar & Grill This place is not yet featured on our Hawaii’s Aloha Food Tours, but contact us if you have any suggestions for places you would like to see featured!

Home Bar And Grill Hawaii

On our honeymoon we were looking for a mix of great food, fun island feel and a good time. Tiki’s Grill and Bar for everything and more. Honestly the service far surpassed Every restaraunt we ate at on Oahu. We were lucky to get Nicki G. as a server, and I will say that we would come back purely for her friendly attitude, sweet disposition and advice

Home Bar And Grill Hawaii

“Classy dive bar :-)” Reviewed October 13, 2016 I hate giving a good review in fear of this spot becoming too popular. Bottom line the staff are hella cool, the beer is ice cold and the food is epic and far from your average bar food. Helpful? Thank BOOYAA714 Report

Home Bar And Grill Hawaii

Next up we ordered the Kim Chee Fried Rice.  This fried rice is cooked with bacon, spam, portugese sausage, kim chee, green onions, two eggs (cooked how you want), etc.  It’s such a huge portion it’s more than enough to feed at least 4 people!  This was actually the only dish that had leftovers for us to take home.

Home Bar And Grill Hawaii

Next we had the famous and delicious Pork Chops.  This was honestly a huge portion of pork chops, and it came with ketchup to dip.  These were juicy and bursting with flavor! In my opinion this is much better than my former favorite Side Street Inn’s porkchops, and did I mention it’s way cheaper?

Home Bar And Grill Hawaii

The professionalism and enthusiasm of the staff was impressive- everyone was so friendly and happy to be there. The restaurant is festive and has the quiet island feel, while still being located on bustling Kalakaua in a busy hotel. By the evening, every table was filled, so the place is popular

c17360 Level Contributor 42 reviews 16 restaurant reviews 6 helpful votes “Attentive and unhurried service, the food was so so.” Reviewed January 24, 2017 We arrived at this local joint around 6pm; there were 6 of us hungry for something that the local folks like. The food was okay, not spectacular. The price was good and the staff was friendly and attentive. We were very impressed with the wait staff. Helpful? Thank c17360 Report

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