Here There and Everywhere

Expat wanderer

What Matters in Kailua

AdventureMan and my friend left early, early in the morning to see Pearl Harbor, and come home full of their adventure, all the things they saw and did. A helicopter had gone down the day before they were scheduled to tour the site, and it wasn’t clear it would open again in time for AdventureMan to visit. There were few people, early in the morning, and they could go and see everything. They were pumped – and hungry.

We knew where we were going to eat until we got there only to discover it was closed! Next door was a noodle house, Daiichi Ramen, so we gave it a try. Wow. Totally different cuisine, delicious and filling, and as exotic as anything we have ever eaten with a full range of additions to the ramen or udon noodles. Along with each order came gyozo, like a Chinese crescent dumpling, but . . . different 🙂

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UdonSoup

 

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Gyozo

 

Even the side of rice was delicious. We ate too much!

Rice

 

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March 16, 2016 - Posted by | Adventure, Cultural, ExPat Life, Food, Living Conditions, Restaurant, Travel |

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