Big Island Restaurant Guide 2005

Big Island Restaurant Guide 2005

by Robert E. Carpenter, Cindy V. Carpenter
     
 

Dining in Hawaii is truly a unique adventure. This IS the crossroads of the Pacific where cultural influences from around the world have converged to create a blend of cuisines unlike any other found on earth. New terms like Pacific Rim and Hawaii Regional Cuisine have been coined to describe some of the various culinary spins. Beyond the neo-fusion experience lays…  See more details below

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Dining in Hawaii is truly a unique adventure. This IS the crossroads of the Pacific where cultural influences from around the world have converged to create a blend of cuisines unlike any other found on earth. New terms like Pacific Rim and Hawaii Regional Cuisine have been coined to describe some of the various culinary spins. Beyond the neo-fusion experience lays the roots of it all where you'll find an amazing variety of authentic ethnic eateries. Then there's the Hawaiian Everyman's favorite that islanders simply call Local Food.

Big Island Restaurant Guide 2005 takes you on a tour of the special places you will encounter while exploring the island restaurant and dining scene. The establishments we've chosen range from posh formal dining venues to hole-in-the-walls along the highway - but there's one thing you can always count on - in their own way they are all quite special. Come join us now on our journey down the back roads and boulevards of America's Pacific Paradise as we pursue exciting new culinary experiences on the magical Big Island of Hawaii...RC & CC

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781931752336
Publisher:
Holiday Publishing Inc.
Publication date:
03/28/2005
Pages:
136
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.32(d)

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