I don’t know a single person who doesn’t like King’s Hawaiian sweet rolls. Fortunately for us in the South Bay, they not only have their own bakery that sells these beloved rolls, and delectable cookies & cakes but they also have a full restaurant.
I’ve been to King’s a few times and yes the food has been tasty and they also are served in very large portions, so you won’t have to worry about cooking lunch the next day.
In addition to their traditional Hawaiian fare, they now offer a Hawaiian Connection menu. “The new trend combines the islands’ rich cultural diversity with more fresh ingredients, produce, and local seafood than traditional Hawaiian cooking,” says Mark Taira, CEO & President of King’s Hawaiian Bakery & Restaurant.
Mark Taira said, “The new menu reflects the melding for flavors from a wide variety of Asian cultures, combined with the increased level of sophistication in the Hawaiian palate.”
Some of the new menu items include the Hawaiian Seafood Soup with a hot and sour broth, udon noodles, fish, shrimp, clams, and mussels.
Also on the new menu are the Coconut Shrimp Skewers which are coated with panko & coconut flakes. They’re served with a cucumber relish, ramen salad, steamed rice, and topped with King’s homemade sweet and sour sauce.
I don’t know about you, but I’m excited to try the new menu! It’s available every day for lunch and dinner. Have you been to King’s Hawaiian?
2808 Sepulveda Bl