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Aiea Bowl

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99-115 Aiea Heights Dr, #310, ‘Aiea
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A bowling alley might not be where you’d expect to find fantastic oxtail soup and some of the crispiest and juiciest fried chicken in Hawai‘i (a state full of excellent examples), but that’s just what you’ll get at Aiea Bowl. Alongside those two essentials, always save room for dessert, especially the lemon crunch cake—we often stop by just for the soft fluffy cake layered with lemon and toffee bits. You don’t have to bowl to eat here, but given that you’re in a bowling alley, this place is great for groups. Plus, then you can order more cake. 

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