Nagasaki Champon – Ringer Hut

Ringer Hut is a chain restaurant originating from Nagasaki, Japan specializing in champon and saraudon at inexpensive prices. Nagasaki in Southern Japan is well known for champon (a ramen dish characterized by a medley of veggies, meats and seafoods on top) and saraudon (crispy noodles topped with a thick sauce with a medley of veggies, meats and seafood). The word champon refers to a random mixture, or medley.

Ringer Hut recently opened its first Hawaii restaurant in the old Menchanko Tei location in the Waikiki Trade Center, so a while back hubby and I headed down to check it out. The Waikiki location also serves tonkatsu because the company also operates a chain of tonkatsu restaurants in Japan.

Hubby ordered the Middle Champon lunch set ($6.50) which comes with a bowl of champon and 3 small pieces gyoza.

I had the Saraudon ($8.50) – the noodles were perfectly thin and crispy. I like mine with a little vinegar.

It was a perfect quick and cheap lunch.

MENU: Here’s some photos I took of the menu, as of 08/24/12:

Nagasaki Champon Ringer Hut
Ground level, Waikiki Trade Center
2255 Kuhio Ave. Suite 11
Honolulu, HI 96815
Daily 11:00a-11:00p
Validated parking at Waikiki Trade Center, only after 5:00pm
(I usually park at the metered lot on the EWA/MAKAI corner of Kuhio and Lewers St.)


2 Responses to “Nagasaki Champon – Ringer Hut”

  1. 1 loganthesockmonkey October 19, 2012 at 4:40 pm

    was the food good and worth going back for again?

    • 2 honolulueats October 24, 2012 at 9:50 pm

      The food was average. It’s a family restaurant, so think Denny’s or Chili’s, but for Japanese food. I would go back for the saraudon.

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