Menus For Golden Coin Bakeshop And Restaurant

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Great N. King St. exposure w/possible fwy visibility. Next to First Hawaiian Bank & across New City Nissan dealership. BMX3 zoning w/potential for office, retail, & certain types of dwellings. Belt Collins, R.M. Towill, Longs, Golden Coin, & other new Kalihi businesses. 200′ height limit with BMX3 business mixed use zoning. I’m actually going to the philippines in less than 12 hours .

GU Industrial & Business Corp. has operated Golden Coin restaurants and bake shops offering Filipino specialties and other food products since 1985. Based in Waipahu – home to the company’s headquarters, a banquet facility, and meat and poultry processing and bakery facilities – GU Industrial & Business Corp operates Golden Coin locations in Ewa Beach, Honolulu, Kalihi, Wahiawa and Wailuku. Based in Waipahu – home to the company’s headquarters, a banquet facility, and meat and poultry processing and bakery facilities – GU Industrial & Business Corp operates Golden Coin locations in ʻEwa Beach, Honolulu, Kalihi, Wahiawa and Wailuku. The one dish that really impressed me the most in Guam, was their fried fish. On my plate, I was basically served a whole fried fish.

When you cut off the hunks of fat, the meat you’re left with is decent, but a little dry and not that tender. As a result, GU Industrial & Business Corp.’ failed to count and pay for all the hours employees worked, including times when they worked more than 40 hours a week, which violated the Fair Labor Standards Act‘s overtime provision. HONOLULU – The U.S. Department of Labor levied a hefty fine on a Filipino restaurant chain and recovered $97,000 in unpaid overtime wages deducted by the chain’s improper payroll system for 137 workers.

However, it must’ve been a different fish from the one I had in Guam. In fact, the skin on the fish, usually one of the best parts, was a little touch and scaly. But the meat was very nice and white, and the bones were easy to pick out. Golden Coin is pretty much the definitive Filipino plate lunch in Hawaii. What Patti’s Chinese Kitchen was to Chinese food, Golden Coin is to Filipino food.

Then again, maybe it isn’t that ironic, considering how well Frank knows Hawaii, and all of its people. In today’s ridiculously oversensitive environment of political correctness, I’m sometimes surprised that Frank’s ethnic humor can still survive. I have never been a fan of the political correctness movement. To me, windows hello for business provisioning will not be launched instead of stimulating respect and tolerance for other cultures as it should, it fosters an environment where it is too easy to offend other people. In Hawaii, we’ve learned that being able to laugh at ourselves is the key to cultural harmony . And Frank’s observations are funny because they’re really accurate.

It’s probably one of the best Chinese fast food dishes around. Each piece is just glistening with fat, juice, and the light sauce. The skin, is not crispy, but just melts in your mouth, the same way that the skin on good shoyu chicken does. It’s just the perfect blend of salty, sweet, and plum and star anise flavors. It doesn’t overpower the duck, but really brings out the duck flavor. Ironically, it isn’t even in Hawaii that I first developed a liking for Filipino food.

At one time she had Caucasian and Japanese neighbors and also got along fine, she said. He had just wired $ the equivalent of about 33,738 pesos — to the Miller Sanitorium and Hospital in the Philippines to help pay for treatment of his wife’s niece. He usually sends about a $100 a week, but a larger payment was required this time. Many of its residents feel safer in Kalihi than if they were living in a less familiar neighborhood, like Kailua.