About Chibo Restaurant

The first Chibo Restaurant opened in Osaka, Japan in 1967 by its founder and current president of Chibo Corporation, Mr. Masatsugu Nakai. Today there are now 60 Chibo Restaurants including the largest and only location in the United States, Chibo Honolulu. Chibo Restaurant in Honolulu, Hawaii was opened in April 1990.

Lunch: 11:30am - 3:00pm
Dinner: 3:00pm - 10:00pm
Happy Hour: 3:00pm - 6:00pm

Royal Hawaiian Center
2201 Kalakaua Avenue,
Suite A-305
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Tel: (808) 922-9722
Fax: (808) 922-9725

Our Signature Dish

Okonomiyaki originated from a baked snack made from baked flour and soybean paste. The roots go back to the Edo period. Okonomiyaki became very popular after World War II to help alleviate the food shortage. Over the years, Okonomiyaki has evolved with many variations. The most popular being the Osaka style Okonomiyaki.

Okonomiyaki is basically a “pancake” consisting of flour, egg, cabbage and mountain yams, with ingredients which you can choose off our menu. Once cooked the okonomiyaki is toped off with okonomiyaki sauce, a Japanese version of plum sauce, a mayonnaise sauce, seaweed powder and dried bonito flakes
Looking for unique crepe and pancake style dishes? Sit down at the table of Executive Chef Mamoru, who conjures up signature dishes like the famous Okonomiyaki,

Yakisoba and other Teppanyaki dishes such as Sirloin Steak grilled with garlic, Assorted Seafood including Lobster tail and Mahi Mahi sautéed with garlic butter.