Celebrating the cuisine of the Philippines
Restaurants in Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island will participate in this year’s FFW. In Oahu, the following establishments will feature a special Filipino/Hawaiian dish from June 6-12: Artizen by MW, Cafe Julia at YWCA, Chef Chai, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi, Elena's Home of Finest Filipino Foods (takeout only), GOEN Dining + Bar, Kiawe & Kabagis, Olena by Chef Ron Simon, Pai Honolulu, Roy’s Hawaii Kai, Roy’s Koolina, Roy’s Waikiki, Skull & Crown Trading Co, Stage Restaurant, Tiano's Restaurants, and Tiki's Grill & Bar. For Maui, the following restaurants will be participating: Humble Market Kitchin, Joey's Kitchen, Roy’s Kaanapali, and Tante's Island Cuisine. Meanwhile, diners can taste the sumptuous FFW specials at Roy’s Waikoloa Bar & Grill in the Big Island and Eating House in Kauai.
About Filipino Food Week
June 6-12, 2021
FFW is a week-long celebration of Filipino cuisine, where diners can go to participating restaurants in Hawai’i to try the Filipino food specials that are offered by different chefs and food establishments. In commemoration of the 75th year of the establishment of the bilateral relations between the Philippines and the United States, this year’s Filipino Food Week shall focus on the ways Filipino cuisine has enriched Hawaii's culinary landscape. Restaurants across the State will be offering special Filipino dishes that combine both Filipino and Hawaiian influences. The event culminates with Pusong Filipinx Market on June 13 at the Bishop Museum, where attendees can shop Filipino food and other Philippine-inspired products.