New Queen's Chinese Restaurant II *

Authentic Cantonese (Hong Kong Style) and Mandarin Cuisines

1159 Kapiolani Blvd, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814 USA (next to McKinley Car Wash & ProAm Golf Shop)
Phone: (808) 593-8186; Fax: (808) 593-8287

Open Daily 10:30am - 1:00am

Ample Parking - Free parking on Kapiolani Blvd after 6:30pm

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Lunch - Dinner - Seafood - Shabu-Shabu - Specials - Banquet - Takeout Order - New Head Chef onboard Dec 1 2006 Chinese Desserts

Appetizer Soup Seafood Fowls Hot Pot Beef or Pork Egg
Sizzling Platter Vegetarian Rice & Misc Noodle Beverages Lunch Specials Photo

Food Program Video Chinese Desserts

What's Cooking Around Town by Anthony Chang

Executive Chef of Formerly Regal Chinese Restaurant is Head Chef of New Queen's Chinese Restaurant II on December 1, 2006

I had the rare opportunity to enjoy an excellent Chinese meal the other day in the company of three gentlemen all of whom are very knowledgeable about Chinese food here in Hawaii and around the world. One was noted local Chinese food historian and writer, Anthony Chang, a practicing lawyer whose passion for food is infectious. If you've ever taken the Chinese Chamber of Commerce's Chinatown Culinary Tour, Anthony was the person leading the group. Also joining us was Daniel Leung, who used his Masters of Social Work degree for years as a social worker for a private local agency. He now has a food-oriented career based at KCC where he is developing and leading local culinary tours. He also conducts culinary tours to China. Daniel was born and raised in Hong Kong and he has considerable knowledge of Hong Kong-style cuisine. Rounding out the table was retired engineer, Leonard Wong. Like Daniel, Leonard also turned to the culinary arts as a second career attending KCC, apprenticing in Belgium and somehow finding time to get a Masters in American Studies - all after retirement! He presently cooks part time for the retired Marianist fathers and priests from St. Louis and Chaminade University of Honolulu.

I have always been a bit reluctant to review Chinese restaurants as I know that my knowledge of Chinese cuisine is limited. I am comfortable with all of the other Asian cuisines but my experience with Chinese food has been greatly influenced by eating lots of Korean and Japanese-style Chinese food. Thus it was with an eagerness to learn more that I arrived early for lunch at Regal Chinese Restaurant at the corner of Kapahulu and Palani Ave.

The decision to dine at Regal was not made lightly. I followed the email discussion of where to eat with interest and noted how mobile the many chefs mentioned appeared to be - so and so was at this place, then that place and is now at yet another place. The group decided on Regal based in no small part on Anthony's research which indicated that the chef at this establishment had formerly been with Harbor Village in Hawaii Kai, then Sun Tak and he is noted for his preparation of Typhoon Shelter crab and lobster. At Regal this dish is called Spicy Roasted Garlic Crab (or lobster) Hong Kong Style. Daniel explained that Typhoon Shelter refers to the areas in Hong Kong where boat-dwellers reside. Just as on dry land, these neighborhoods have their own food vendors that serve as on-water versions of your local neighborhood restaurant.

Discussion about what to order went quite quickly as we deferred to Anthony with some suggestions regarding specific preparations or what sauce might be preferred. The lobster we wanted was not on the regular menu but was featured on a poster in the window so that was the first item on the list.

There is a white board to one side with the Daily Specials and we ordered the Steamed Tofu Foo Kin Style. Daniel told us that calling something "Foo Kin" or "Hong Kong" or some other name may not really tell you much about the dish as the designations are often more about giving the dish a different name than a competitor uses. Anyway, this steamed tofu was described as coming in a bamboo basket with lots of seafood and a rich gravy.       

December 17, 2006 - Hawaii News (direct link)

地茂館海鮮酒家主持人蔡永強先生。蔡先生為中國夏威夷商會會長,鴻利財經顧問公司董事長,交遊廣闊。圖背景為地茂館內部壁畫。周光世攝

新廚上任 延長宵夜
地茂館海鮮酒家生意興隆

(本報夏威夷訊)

位於城中區近阿拉摩晏拿購物中心的地茂館海鮮酒家(New Queen's Chinese Restaurant)自從New Queen餐飲集團接手以來,業務蒸蒸日上。

  該酒家為對各界人士之愛護及支持,自十二月份起高薪禮聘了檀香山名廚前麗豪酒家主廚余生主理廚政,並延長宵夜時間至凌晨二時,供應新款菜式,撚手小菜,宵夜火鍋,粥粉麵飯,歡迎各界僑胞舊雨新知前往惠顧。

  地茂館是由檀香山僑界名人蔡永強先生主持,蔡先生為中國夏威夷商會會長,鴻利財經顧問公司董事長,交遊廣闊,加上新到主廚余生廚藝精湛,做得一手好菜,難怪口耳相傳,前往用餐的僑胞絡繹不絕。

  蔡永強先生特別推介該酒家的幾樣菜式,值得大家前往一試。例如﹕特式原隻南瓜蒸雞,紅燒乳鴿,茶香雞,上湯蜆,避風塘炒蚧,香葉黑椒龍蝦,班腩豆腐煲,鼓汁蒸石蠔,希望大家別錯過,攜帶您的朋友家人一同前往品嚐。

  地茂館海鮮酒家每天晚上九時半起宵夜供應,四季火鍋,雜錦拼盆大鍋只收$39.95,小鍋只收$29.95,包括有手切肥牛肉、牛百頁、新鮮帶子、牛筋丸、生蜆、魚丸、基圍蝦、粉絲、銀線班球、菠菜、魷魚及湯底。適逢冬季,四季火鍋勢將掀起愛好飲食者的熱潮。地茂館另有特價中飯,每碟只收$6.50,特價龍蝦每隻$13.99,螃蟹每隻$15.95,福壽魚每條$22.00,歡迎預定酒席。

  地茂館海鮮酒家位於1159 Kapiolani Blvd., Honolulu, Hawaii 96814(麥肯尼洗車廠隔鄰),營業時間每天上午10時半至凌晨2時。訂座電話﹕(808)593-8186。門前有免費泊車位(晚上七時後可泊車在麥肯尼洗車廠泊車位),網址﹕www.takeoutfoodonline.com 歡迎觀覽。

 

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Corporate Headquarters:

Corner Bishop and South Beretania Street  

Business Hours: 8:30am - 4:00pm (M - F) Advance Appointment Requested
USA Address: 1188 Bishop Street, Century Square, Suite 3403, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, USA
Hong Kong SAR Address: 253 Des Voeux Rd #1305, Central, Hong Kong
China Address: 31-35 Yongjia Rd, #520, Shanghai 200030, China
USA Phone:  (808) 524-5738;  Hong Kong Phone  (852) 8171-3118 & (852) 9239-3999 (mobile)
Fax:  (808) 524-8063

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