Honolulu Restaurant | Char Hung Sut
Char Hung Sut offers some of the Island’s best Dim Sum. This Restaurant on Oahu is a perfect choice for those visiting Oahu on a budget.
Char Hung Sut
Cuisine: Dim Sum/Cantonese
Reservations: Not taken
Monday, Wednesday through Saturday – 5:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sunday – 5:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Visiting the Island on a budget? Add a visit to this Restaurant on Oahu to your list of can’t-miss dining spots.
About Char Hung Sut:
It’s true that this Honolulu Restaurant is a great choice for those dining on a tight budget, but that’s not the only reason to visit this spot. The food is delicious, and Char Hung Sut is as popular with locals as it is with visitors.
Char Hung Sut is located in Chinatown, and has been serving locals since 1945. The menu is short and sweet, but it’s so good that many people have their orders packed up so they can take them to neighboring Islands.
This Restaurant on Oahu serves “local style dim sum and ono manapua.” They are happy to box up your taro cakes, noodles, ma tai soo, pork hash, crispy gau gee, or manapua in a way that will keep it safe on the journey back to your Oahu Hotel Guest Room or to another Island.
The manapua is one of Char Hung Sut’s most popular menu items. Manapua is a steamed bun filled with pork, and it’s hard to describe the deliciousness of this treat to someone who has never had one. Don’t leave the Island without trying this delicious treat.
Even if the world is your oyster when it comes to your Dining options during your stay, consider enjoying a meal at this popular Honolulu Restaurant. You’ll enjoy a taste of true local cuisine and have the chance to mingle with locals at the same time.
Note that this Restaurant on Oahu is closed on Tuesdays and keeps limited hours the rest of the week. Plan your visit accordingly and get ready to enjoy one of the best manapuas on the Island!