Four million travelers visit Honolulu every year, and most never see the real city. Here, Jaffe shows the best of this new Honolulu. He also turns to three of the city's best-connected locals: a top chief,a noted Native Hawaiian artist and a surfer-author-environmentalist. One of them is Glenn Chu, owner and chef at Indigo, one of Honolulu's best-regarded restaurants. At Indigo, Chu makes full use of his familial knowledge of Chinese cuisine. But he adds some defiantly modern twists-like Mongolian lamb chops with minted tangerine sauce, and the array of cocktails that lures 30-somethings to his tropical courtyard bar.
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