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come eat


Downtown Honolulu
83 N. King St / 808.585.8255
hours
lunch:(TUES-FRI) 10:30 - 2, (SAT) 10:30 - 3
dinner:(TUES-SAT) 5:30-10

CLOSED: MONDAY & SUNDAY

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come eat


Downtown Honolulu
83 N. King St / 808.585.8255
hours
lunch:(TUES-FRI) 10:30 - 2, (SAT) 10:30 - 3
dinner:(TUES-SAT) 5:30-10

CLOSED: MONDAY & SUNDAY

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Food


"Family meal" in the truest sense.

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Food


"Family meal" in the truest sense.

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Andrew le

EXECUTIVE CHEF /

owner /

the pig

The term family meal takes on another meaning for 2014 James Beard Foundation Rising Chef of the Year semifinalist.  Born and raised in Honolulu to Vietnamese parents, Andrew had an American upbringing, but a strong connection to his Vietnamese heritage through his mother's authentic food.  Read more...

mama le

mother /

the lady

Lovingly known as "Mama Le" to her patrons, Loan Le is considered "the Lady" in The Pig and The Lady moniker.  She is the epitome of the mom who would cook amazing homegrown and delicious meals for her family.  Not formally trained, Mama Le developed her amazing Vietnamese and Vietnamese-inspired dishes, through trial and error, from being a professional homemaker.  Read more...

alex le

general manager /

the older pig

Alex Le is all about the family business. Working with his immigrant parents, who started a small retail business selling wares at the Aloha flea market in the early '80s, Alex, along with his older brother Anderson, were there every weekend. The Le's soon swapped the swap meet for a small brick and mortar in Kaimuki, which became the original location for Toys N Joys, a toy and video game mecca for gamers... Read more...


CONTACT


COMMENTS / QUESTIONS : INFO@THEPIGANDTHELADY.COM

MEDIA INQUIRIES / MEDIA REQUESTS MARKETING@THEPIGANDTHELadY.COM

catering orders / off-site requests : catering@thepigandthelady.com

RESERVATIONS

We are located in the building of the Pacific Gateway Center.  To find out more about what the Pacific Gateway Center does please click here.

 

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