At Joey’s Kitchen, they proudly serve up gourmet Filipino-Hawaiian fusion dishes at an affordable price. Eating here is wholly convenient, too, thanks to their location in the Whalers Village food court. So, you can always swing by for a quick snack, full meal, or tasty dessert at your leisure. At each visit, you’ll also get the highest quality of service as the team keeps the aloha spirit at the heart of all they do.
As it’s a counter service location through and through, put in your order at the register. You can spend as much time as you want to gaze upon the menu and figure how to best build your meal. Don’t forget to peek at the whiteboard to see if there are any specials that speak to you. With so many excellent choices for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, it’s often hard to decide between them all. If you’re having a hard time, ask the staff for their recommendations for the day.
While putting in your order, let them know if you plan to eat on site or take your food to go. All dine-in dishes come on paper plates, while to-go orders land in takeout containers. Also, note that they serve everything in big portions. So, if you feel like you’ll have leftovers, skip the extra step, and just ask for takeout containers even if you’re eating in.
After you make your selections, simply kick back and relax at a table near the eatery. They will usually call out your name when your order is ready, so you can grab it from up front. The staff may bring your order out to the table, but that’s a real rarity.
Definitely try their:
When you want crispy, savory decadence in every bite, treat yourself to the Pork Lumpia. To create this starter, they roll up well-seasoned minced pork, mushrooms, and carrots in a wrapper. Then, they deep-fry each one until perfectly golden brown. Sweet and sour sauce comes alongside for dipping.
Fresh Fish Sandwich
The Fresh Fish Sandwich puts all the best island flavors right in the palm of your hand. The chef starts this sandwich by searing island fish until light, flaky, and wholly delicious. Once it’s done, they put it on a robust bun before drizzling sriracha aioli and kabayaki sauce over the top. Lettuce, tomato, and onion join the party next before the top bun lands in place. French fries and tartar sauce complete your meal.
When you want to go with meatless fare to remember, you cannot go wrong with the Lemongrass Tofu. This entrée begins with tofu seared on the grill until crisp and hot. After that, they toss the seared tofu in kefir lime and red curry peanut sauce before putting it on the plate. Alongside that, they add a big scoop of white rice and Asian slaw to complete the symphony of flavors.
Well-known as a beloved Filipino classic, the Halo-Halo Klasiko is definitely a great reason to cut your meal short, so you still have room for dessert. This sweet treat features a mix of fresh and preserved fruits, shaved ice, sugar, and evaporated milk. Then, they take it to the next level by putting a scoop of purple yam ice cream right on top. Plan to eat it right on site or you’ll have a melty mess on your hands in no time flat.
-Bring your parking stub, so you can have it validated with your purchase.
-“NF” stands for a nut-free dish, while “GF” just lets you know that they can make it gluten-free upon request. So, let your server know if you need to skip the wheat or if you have any other food allergies.
-Whenever they need to close early, they put up an announcement on their Facebook page.