I must admit, I was lucky to be referred to the very amazing Town restaurant on Waialae Avenue in Kaimuki, Honolulu very early on this trip and have had the possibility to eat there various times during our stay on the island.
Archive: February 2013
Besides surfing, sunbathing, snorkeling and all other kinds of sun-related activities, O’ahu offers some quite impressive hikes. Although the subject of this post wouldn’t be called hike by many, it’s more like a workout.
It was the only sunny table in the almost empty restaurant, the winter sun tentatively highlighting a ‘Reserviert’ sign, yet a quick question-mark smile and I had taken a seat, basking in the light and leafing through Aroma‘s extensive menu.
In its ideal state, a well-stuffed bánh mì is a perfect combination of French baguette and Vietnamese crunch, spice, and meat–and at Cô Cô they come real close.
I like my bars empty, I do. Matter of fact, I prefer them that way. Not that I don’t like having other people there, just that I appreciate that certain surplus of personal space that comes with, say, a library before closing time, or a second-hand record store on a Tuesday morning.