In lieu of healing chicken soup, Asahi Grill’s oxtail soup is what many Hawaiians turn to for comfort, especially when they’re feeling under the weather. The restaurant was started by a Chinese man and later taken over by an Okinawan. Both served the hearty soup. Like Hawaii’s melting pot of people, this soup reflects a blending of ethnic flavors. The oxtail is boiled for two to three hours in a clear broth full of Chinese herbs, which makes it fall-off-the-bone tender. Dip the meat in the accompanying shoyu and ginger to give it another layer of flavor.
Special Dishes: Oxtail Soup
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