Hawaiian food galore at Kenmore


Buddha Bruddah’s newest location in Kenmore brings their delicious Hawaiian-Asian fusion. #k5evening

KENMORE, Wash. — Buddha Bruddah is a favorite of Evening’s Kim Holcomb, so you know this place is good! Their mixed Asian-Hawaiian plates are a delicious fusion, inspired by owner Mark’s own childhood.

Their original location is in Seattle, but in November 2021 they opened their location in Kenmore. They serve many of the same dishes you’ll find at their OG location, like their grilled Huli Huli Chicken, marinated in soy, mirin, and fresh ginger. One word: yum.

Their drunk noodles are another fan favorite – a delicious mix of rice noodles, eggs, garlic, vegetables, soy, dark soy, oyster sauce and fish sauce.

Speaking of fish sauce, their homemade sauces are also not to be missed. There are several, all with varying levels of spice. Choose wisely!

And if you fancy a drink, they serve Hawaiian Sun drinks, Hawaiian beer, and homemade Thai iced tea.

You can finish your meal with their homemade desserts such as banana cream pie, coconut cream pie, and banana bread. And, bonus! The owners say their Kenmore location is a great place to watch the sunset. Just take it from one of their own photos.

Their Kenmore location is open Wednesday through Sunday.

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