I love Korean Barbecue. I love Gina's. I love fat, thick slices of whatever meats you desire, freshly cooked and complemented perfectly by three fluffy mountains of rice and four side-dish choices. The only way I can make a bad choice there is if I try to eat it all too fast. Enough of me glossing over. Gina's is, in my opinion, the best Korean food in Hawaii. I'm aware that there could be restaurants that I haven't tried, but this place is not only delicious, it is also cheap. I'm talking $6.75 for a plate-lunch with all the fixins (which is big enough to last a normal person at least two meals, no exaggeration). The dining area itself is very mom-and-pop style. Personally, I love the atmosphere in Makai Marketplace, but I notice many people getting take-out simply because the place is packed at any peak hours. Enjoy!
We did not make reservations and were told it would be a 45 minute wait but ended up being only about 20 minutes. We had an awesome waitress aand we enjoyed the singers who came around to the tables. Salad bar was good and my husband liked the kabobs but I think the rest of the food was just ok with small portions for the price, We had a good time but undecided on going back.
All around solid menu of all the local faves at a good price. Good portions! Ive been going here for two years and have only struck out on one item on the menu. The hot n sour soup was not very good.