More than 140 years old, Honolulu’s Chinatown is one of the oldest Chinatown neighborhoods in the United States. In recent years, the area has undergone a renaissance, and has continued to grow into one of the city’s most popular urban spots. It is also one of Honolulu’s top culinary destinations, where visitors can enjoy traditional Chinese cuisine, as well as food from a variety of cultures.
At The Pig & The Lady, Chef Andrew Le’s creations are inspired by his mother’s home cooking, as well as the rich culinary traditions of Vietnam, Asia and the Pacific. Le, who has been named Hawaii Rising Star Chef, was born and raised in Honolulu to Vietnamese parents. The fare at The Pig & The Lady is creative, with dishes such as crab fat curry and pappardelle pasta with braised beef, pickled chili and thai basil.