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  • Next on 'Ono Kine Grindz:

    The Wedding Cafe, Manoa

    Recently Consumed:

    Zaney's, Downtown Honolulu
    Bob's Bar-B-Que, Kalihi
    Restaurant Yamagen, Moili'ili

    Below you will find a never ending list of restaurants that I want to visit or re-visit:

    Momomo
    Young's Fish Market
    Alan Wong's Pineapple Room
    Mediterraneo
    Cafe Sistina
    Indigo Eurasian Cuisine
    Gyu-Kaku
    Yakiniku Toraji
    Sushi Masa
    Ono Hawaiian Foods
    Rokkaku
    Tsukuneya Robata Grill

    If you would like to give me a tip on a new restaurant that is opening up, or give me a recommendation on some of your favorite restaurants, please send an e-mail to:

    onokinegrindz (at) yahoo (dot) com

    The following posts should be completed someday (!):

    New Diner's Drive In
    Pink's
    Carney's
    Warszawa
    Border Grill
    Penang Malaysian
    Chez Panisse
    Shalimar
    Zuni Cafe
    Limon
    Indonesia Restaurant
    Dragonfly
    Canteen
    Boston's North End Pizza
    Happy Inn
    Kat's Sushi
    Fritz's European Bakery
    Makino Chaya
    Singapore/Bangkok Posts
    Chin's Kahala
    Hata Restaurant
    Ebisu Catering Service
    Bubba Burgers
    The Eggberts
    Blossoming Lotus
    Hamura Saimin Stand
    Bob's Big Boy

    WHEW! I hope to have them done by year's end!

    Upcoming adventures

    2008:
    San Francisco, CA
    2/14-2/18

    Sydney, NSW, Australia
    5/23-6/01

    London, UK
    11/21-24
    Paris, France
    11/24-27
    Chicago, IL
    11/27-30
    Seoul, South Korea
    I won't be able to visit Korea this year.
    2009:
    San Francisco, CA
    New Orleans, LA
    Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Shanghai, China
    Singapore

    Hopefully, some of you can provide me with recommendations for some good eats!

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Comments

Mama BoK

Wow..!! they look so sweet.. yums..!!
btw .. reid.. although i donch comment sometimes.. due to being real busy with my brat.. i still read your blog daily.. :) or as soon as you have something posted.

milgwimper

Reid,

Those confections look so delicious, and I am curious to know their names. Hmmm So many desserts...(looks at her hips) Well maybe we won't go there right now. ;P

Dude

The small ones in the front are called "petit-fours"; and they're the local version of the famous french miniature pastries. The large piece in the back is called "sfoof" and is a traditional lebanese sweet.

btw this comes from a small shop located in a relatively poor, off the beaten track neighbourhood of Beirut. How the heck did it get all the way to Hawaii?

Jonny

Drool!

Reid

Hi Mama BoK,

Don't worry about not commenting. I do that quite often myself. Sometimes, I just don't know what to say. =)

And yes, these were delicious. I ate them over the course of three days and savored every bite.

Hi Milgwimper,

I'm going to try and ask my friend for their names. I'm sure he will know...or at least can give me some idea.

Hi Dude,

Welcome to the blog!

Thanks for the information. I had no idea about the shop and wondered why I couldn't find any information on the web about it.

These confections were brought back to Hawaii by a friend who recently returned from a month long visit with his family in Lebanon.

Hi Jonny,

Long time no hear! Drool..is right! =) I wish I had more...

milgwimper

Dude,

Thanks for the information! Wow okay this will be hard to acquire, but maybe there is a place somewhere easier to get these sweets.

Hassan abou okdeh

hey,my name is Hassan abou okdeh,i am the grandson of the owner of this company .the owners of this company are my grandfather (Rabah SAFSOUF)and his brother (Salim SAFSOUF) and their sons.those patisseries are so delicious and everybody enjoy eating it.the names of these are "sfouf" "mad bi kashta" "nammoura"...they come from saudi arabia and from france and from everywhere to eat my grandfather's patisseries.SO DELICIOUS.

ziadsafsouf

hi i'm ziad safsouf (i'm the person who made this sweet) i hope u like the dessert.if u have any comments plz send at this email(abouelzouz72@hotmail.com).

Jeena

Hi there you have a lovely blog, very interesting.

I love Lebanese food especially the sweets and cakes they taste amazing. :-)

yehya safsouf

hey , i am yehya safsouf , a member of safsouf's family , and the son of badih safsouf , the son of the owner of this company , hope all like our dessert,thanks.

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