There are so many restaurants, coffee shops and takeout spots to choose from, serving everything from sushi to vegetarian curry.
So when I get a chance to meet up with friends who work in corporate Honolulu for lunch, there’s no hesitation.
This week I met up with my guyfriend Jon to check out a little Italian spot that opened a few months ago in Chinatown.
It’s menu — written in chalk on the wall — isn’t very extensive, with European-style sandwiches and pastas, but what it lacks in options it makes up in flavor.
Here’s what we ate (all taken with my iPhone 4, by the way):
Outside Bruno's Forno
Bruno’s Forno,1120 Maunakea St. #186. Phone: 808-585-2845. www.brunosforno.com, @brunosforno
Calling all downtown lunchers!
We’re looking for your picks for the best lunch spot in downtown and Chinatown. E-mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, send me a tweet @thedailydish, or post your picks here!
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