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Helena's Hawaiian Food information
Walking through the door is like stepping into another era. Even though long-time owner Helena Chock has passed away, her relatives still command the family kitchen, which opened in 1946. Most people order à la carte and Helena's is good! It’s just a few blocks southeast of the Bishop Museum.