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King’s Hawaiian Created Limited and Exclusive Menu Items With Hot SoCal Restaurants

There is no better way to kick off the hot summer season than with even hotter dishes coming out of Los Angeles and Orange County’s coolest eateries.

Foodbeast has partnered with the legendary loaf makers at King’s Hawaiian® to bring the Taste of Aloha to a restaurant near you.  Earlier this month, six must-visit restaurants debuted some exciting, limited time dishes featuring everyone’s favorite King’s Hawaiian®’s buns. Here’s a rundown of what these awesome restaurants threw down to get the summer started: 

If you didn’t already know, the birria hype is real and here to stay! The lovely folks at Birrieria Guadalajara got us hanging ten with their birria stuffed King’s Hawaiian® sliders with melted monterey jack and mozzarella cheese, onions and cilantros served with a strong helping of savory consomé sauce for dipping. 

Dog Haus brought the heat to the party, then tore the house down with their Honolulu hot chicken tender sando on King’s Hawaiian® Pretzel buns, doused with miso aioli and sweet chili sauce, topped with pickled carrots, onions, and wasabi furikake. 

Sampa might have stole the show with the tasteful Filipino spin on the classic Philly favorite.  The hot, new restaurant out of Los Angeles created a “Fili” cheese steak in King’s Hawaiian® rolls using bistek filet mignon, peppers, onions and a signature queso de bola sauce.

The Huntington Beach House set the summer mood right with a classic Monte Cristo on french toasted King’s Hawaiian® bread, mesquite turkey, smoked ham, and swiss cheese with strawberry preserves and powdered sugar.

Love Hour is always here for a good time — this time with an aloha appropriate Hawaiian plate, featuring one of LA’s best smash burgers on a King’s Hawaiian® slider, tasty macaroni salad, fried rice and a juicy chicken skewer.  

Go Go Bird came through and created a handheld fit for a Foodbeast, debuting a fried spam and Jidori chicken sando using King’s Hawaiian® buns, wrapped in nori, tangy pineapple kimchi, and topped with creamy cheese sauce napé.  Every dish featured above is wonderfully unique and absolutely tasty. Better act fast, because everything in the King’s Hawaiian® Taste of Aloha collaboration is available now at each respective restaurant, but only for a limited time. 

By Raphael Madrid

Raphael is a lot better at eating than he is cooking. He also opts for the al pastor over the carne asada in his tacos and burritos. Mild in the streets, picante in the sheets. Vegeta > Vegetables.