Quick and laid-back Hawaiian Bros. brings musubi plates and spam to Houston in 2022


Hawaiian Bros. Breakfast Food Assortment, a fast-paced and laid-back Hawaiian concept that is opening its first Houston location at 6522 Westheimer in early 2022. Photo: Kathy Tran

Can’t travel but crave the flavors of Hawaii? You don’t have to wait long. Hawaiian Brothers, a quick and casual restaurant is slated to open in early 2022 at 6522 Westheimer.

The brand continues its expansion in Texas with its first outpost in Houston (former Taco Cabana store), adding to its locations in Texas, notably in the Dallas / Fort Worth, Austin and San Marcos areas.

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Hawaiian Bros specializes in traditional plate lunches – a variety of protein served with rice and a salad of macaroni (a Hawaiian staple). Protein includes Huli Huli Chicken (Grilled Teriyaki Chicken), Sweet and Spicy Molokai Chicken, Honolulu Chicken (Flavored with Fresh Garlic, Scallions, and Sesame), Spicy Kilauea Chicken, and Slow Roasted Luau Pork. There’s also a seasoned veg option, a Pacific Island salad, Spam Musubi, and tropical soft Dole for dessert.

The brand prepares its daily fresh meals and prides itself on not having a freezer, microwave or deep fryer in its kitchens.

“Houston has a rich and diverse dining scene, and you have to offer great and unique cuisine to stand out,” said Scott Ford, president of Hawaiian Bros. “Opening a location in Houston demonstrates confidence in our brand distinctiveness, our proven service model and our new approach to Island Comfort Food. “

Greg Morago writes about food for the Houston Chronicle. Follow him on Facebook Where Twitter. Send him current advice at [email protected] Listen to it on our Barbecue Mindset Podcast to learn more about barbecue culture in Houston and Texas.





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