Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Review: Honolulu Cafe

Honolulu Cafe
Corner of Queen and Bishop Streets

Honolulu Cafe is an upscale sandwich shop in a lovely location. It really is an escape from the busy downtown world. Sitting outside with the tropical breezes blowing, it's almost like you're on vacation.

HC offers a variety of quick lunches: salads, paninis, sandwiches, and a few hot entrees. The day we went, we ordered:
chicken and havarti panini (the harvarti was sliced too thick and not melted at all but the foccaccia bread with herbs was nice, comes with a green salad) $6.50 for half, $8.50 for whole
tuna on naan: nothing special, just plain tuna salad on a thin toasted naan. I was expecting something more unique in the tuna salad (curry, raisins, fruit, olives, etc)
special of the day: chicken pasta

special of the day: chicken wrap on wheat

They also have a coffee bar (more flavored syrups than I've ever seen), and some pastries and bagels.

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