Umeke Market

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N.º 1276 de 4634 sitios para comer en Honolulu
CerradoAbre a las 07:30
$$$$ Precio medio: hasta $10
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1001 Bishop St, 96813-3429
Honolulu, Hawái, Estados Unidos
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Deberías ver Kalihi justo después de comer en Umeke Market. Carpe diem: su cocina vegetariana te está esperando. Ven a este restaurante y haz un intermedio para probar sus tiernos tacos, sus sabrosos nachos o sus generosas ensaladas de taco. Los expertos en restauración aseguran que aquí los rollos de canela son delicados. Es un placer degustar su magnífico batido verde, su extraordinario zumo o su sorprendente té helado.

Muchos visitantes indican que el personal es exquisito. Su divino servicio es prueba del alto nivel de calidad de Umeke Market. Sabemos que aquí los precios son interesantes. Este lugar alcanzó un 4 en la escala de valoración de TripAdvisor, así que podrás pasar un buen rato en este establecimiento.

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Typically, office tendencies would encompass a ton of snacking am I right, or am I right?  So a dose of Umeke would leverage the unhealthy snacking consumption that happens during the weekdays. Honestly, this place is an absolute gem with the friendliest people you'll ever meet! For those who haven't had vegan food, Umeke is that good that you might be converted to become a vegan or vegetarian! On the other hand, their servings are so generous, but you won't be left feeling overstuffed after which is a plus! Here are my top three favorite picks: Korean Mock Chicken: I know this might sound questionable to my meat eater foodies, but trust me on this. The mock chicken greatly resembles like actual chicken and the texture when you bite into it, it's just like the actual thing! What really makes this one of my top favorite picks would be the Korean sauce. The chicken is dressed in a sweet glaze that is so crispy and sticky; and it left me dumbfounded knowing that this is not actual meat! This was the beginning of my obsession with Umeke Market. Mama T's Enchilada: Features Local taro and organic black beans rolled in organic tortillas with a savory organic enchilada sauce. Don't forget to ask for the organic cashew queso. Yes you heard me, a vegan queso. There's a spicy kick in every bite, but the enchilada literally melts in your mouth. Also, you can only get this on Fridays! Kalo Cookies: These are so addicting. Once upon a time, I went to Umeke, every-single-weekday for these babies that are gluten free! Here are some tips: They have an array of options to choose from, and if you go before 11:45, you can get the mini (1 Option and a side of greens or rice) or regular lunch plate (2 Options and a side of greens and rice) at early bird prices! Sign up for their email newsletters to see the daily specials: Whether it be their kalua jack and cabbage or their delicious kalo musubis. They're located on Bishop, on the complete opposite end of the American Savings Bank building (the old one). For those unfamiliar of the area, the best place to park would be the Ali'I Place.
Perfect spot to grab a quick lunch during a workday!  Service is always fast with tons of options to choose from.  Neither vegan nor vegetarian, I come here often because the food is just so yummy!  My favorites are the curries and mock Korean chicken.  Their breakfast oatmeal is made with coconut milk and is very tasty too! If you go before 11:45, you can get the mini or regular lunch plate at early bird prices--which are about a dollar or so cheaper than the regular prices!
The pros: The service was friendly, the menu seems diverse, and they're willing to cater to some complicated or difficult dining restrictions. The cons: The food (what I had) is pretty bad. Admittedly that's just based off what I ate (falafel and spaghetti with red sauce), whereas my fiancées portabelo mushroom ciabatta was actually very good, and for me would've been a solid 3 star meal (it was heavy on the vinegar). The falafel was unforgivable. It's baked, and that unfortunately dried it out completely. I hurt my tooth on the first one, and the other 2 crumbled into chunks. The insides had a consistency of very dry cookies or crackers, making them unpleasant to eat. I did like the flavor of them, but the texture just ruined the dish. The red sauce wasn't great, but had okay flavor. The biggest problem was that it tastes like they dumped a lot of sugar into it. I've had dessert sauces that are significantly less sweet. But the thing that truly killed the hope of that spaghetti being appetizing was the pasta. It was over cooked by a lot. Normally the pasta should add some texture and bite to support a heavy red sauce. Instead, the pasta seemed to disintegrate. I could've eaten the pasta without teeth. So to sum up: pasta requires no teeth; falafel requires iron teeth.
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1001 Bishop St, Honolulu, Hawái, Estados Unidos, 96813-3429
Tarjetas de crédito aceptadas No hay entrega Asientos al aire libre No wifi Para llevar Estacionamiento Sin reserva No TV Acceso para discapacitados
LunesLun 07:30-14:30
MartesMar 07:30-14:30
MiércolesMié 07:30-14:30
JuevesJue 07:30-14:30
ViernesVie 07:30-14:30
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