Another great option for breakfast is okazuya, or delis that serve mixed plates of food with varied (Japanese, Chinese, Filipino, etc.) influences. There are over thirty different types of dishes behind the glass encased stainless steel counter for customers to choose from. The food, including spam musubi, corned beef potato hash, tempura, lo mien, cone sushi (inari sushi in a cone shape), and macaroni salad, is generally not that healthy, but it’s very tasty. The best part is you get to mix and match and order as much as you want! The original Gulick Delicatessen in Kalihi has been around for more than twenty-five years. Three months ago, they opened one on South King Street in central Honolulu. Gulick has the reputation for being the top okazuya in Hawaii, but I have to say it fell short of my expectations. The flavors didn’t live up to the grossly oversized portions. Again, perhaps tainted by my nostalgia for an okazuya that closed years ago, Gulick didn’t live up to my dreams, but it’s still worth a trip if you want to try an okazuya.