Honolulu and Oahu Restaurants



Legend Seafood Restaurant

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Legend Seafood Restaurant Review

Do as the locals do: start your visit to Chinatown with breakfast dim sum at this Hong Kong–style restaurant. If you want to be able to hear yourself think, get there before 9 am, especially on weekends. And don't be shy: use your best cab-hailing technique and sign language to make the cart ladies stop at your table and show you their wares. The pork-filled steamed buns, spinach dumplings, taro-and-pork gok (bite-size fried balls), and still-warm custard tarts are excellent pre-shopping fortification. Dim sum dishes cost $2.75 to $5.75, so knock yourself out. The place also has à la carte lunch and dinner menus.

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Updated: 01-17-2014

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    Good food, bad location

    Dim Sum was yummy, location was crummy--in a very dirty part of town--literally trash in the street. If you are from an area of the world/country where they don't have good dim sum, I'd visit this place. We wouldn't return because of the location since we have good dim sum places where we're from.

    by Golnarsarge, 12/17/08

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