03 Mar '11


Posted by admin in Tsukenjo Lunch House

The Tsukenjo family took their first steps in Hawai'i's culinary history sometime in the late 50s when they opened a saimin stand. Nearly a decade later, they opened up the Tsukenjo Lunch Wagon in the Kaka'ako neighborhood. Unfortunately, the now famous red lunch wagon shut down sometime in late 2007, fortunately the brick-and-mortar location is still open on the corner of Ward and Queen Street - comfortably close to the old Kaka'ako stomping ground. Not really much else to say about this spot; the food speaks for itself.
Tsukenjo Lunch House
705 Cooke St.
Honolulu, HI 96813
Hours: M - F 7 AM - 2:30 PM
(808) 597-8151

"My trusted culinary advisor recommended the roast pork plate and it did not disappoint." - Cuzzo