Back at Bistro K&T (Again)

We’re becoming regulars at Bistro K&T. I mean, the service is so good here and the owners are so friendly and welcoming.🙂

In an attempt to not be that guest that’s always coming over and eating all their food, we brought most of the food this time around. BYOF at Bistro K&T. But they had the booze covered.

My other friend was picking up sushi, so I decided on a Japanese izakaya style theme, easy stuff.

Chilled Tofu with kimchi, crispy bean thread and ponzu sauce. I stole the idea from a simple yet fabulous dish I had at a Tokyo bar years ago, and have  been faithfully recreating it since. (I get a lot of my inspiration from restaurants – it’s like a hobby, trying to figure out how to recreate a great dish at home).

Tamagoyaki with mentaiko filling.

Chilled shabu shabu salad with sesame dressing,  a summertime classic.

Beautiful sushi platter from Kozo Sushi.

and K&T made a yummy chicken tenderloin katsu.

Ate, drank, gossiped. Then ate, drank, and gossiped some more. Then drove drunk friend home. Wait, didn’t we just do this?

Another fun night!

7 Responses to “Back at Bistro K&T (Again)”


  1. 1 せっちゃん September 9, 2011 at 10:59 pm

    春雨のパリパリ感がアクセントになってくれそうなキムチのっけ冷奴おいしそう。私も夏の間に真似してうちで作ってみようかなぁ。

    • 2 honolulueats September 11, 2011 at 5:56 pm

      そうか、冷奴とは季節感があるものなんだね。ハワイにいれば忘れちゃうけど。夏は冷奴、冬は湯豆腐って事ですね。

  2. 3 Marie September 10, 2011 at 6:32 pm

    Quite the feast! I adore cold tofu, one of life’s simple pleasures. Your version looks very addictive!

  3. 5 Tina September 10, 2011 at 9:57 pm

    With food that good, you can come over anytime!!!

  4. 6 Keith September 11, 2011 at 10:03 am

    if you bring dishes like those, you are welcome to stop in any time!


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