Ryan Tatsumoto
Hawai‘i Herald Columnist

We are now in the second month of the government’s mandated “stay-at-home, work-at-home” order and that 30th bowl of Sapporo Ichiban and fried Spam just aren’t cutting it anymore. So, I have been expanding my list of restaurants that offer take-out options. Over the past month, we have been doing our part to support local restaurants by placing a take-out order at least once a week.

Pah Ke’s Chinese Restaurant

We started with Pah Ke’s Chinese Restaurant, a neighborhood favorite, which has always been popular for take-out food. Whether dining in or taking out, we usually order the Chinese chicken salad. They use crisp won bok instead of the usual salad greens, and the dressing is made with peanut butter (instead of mayonnaise) and miso. It’s nothing like the traditional Chinese chicken salad, but leagues above in taste and texture.

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