Eat This: Dry Aged Burger at The Whole Ox Butcher and Deli

Posted: June 29, 2012 by Nathan Kam in Eating and Drinking, Hawaiian Islands, Oahu, Oahu, Travel
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I love what Bob McGee and the gang at The Whole Ox Butcher and Deli are doing to elevate the local food scene on Oahu. Their commitment to supporting local farmers and ranchers alone is commendable. However, it’s the passion, technique, quality, and flavors displayed in the food that keeps me coming back for more…and more…and more.

For example, the signature Dry Aged Burger is nothing short of amazing and not for the faint of heart. A thick all local beef patty – no fillers here – is perfectly cooked to your liking and sits atop a soft, lightly toasted brioche bun. Topped simply with grilled onions, it’s all the ingredients for a perfect beefy bite. And I do mean beefy as in flavor and texture. I’m salivating thinking about this burger as I write this post.

This is just one of the great things to eat on the menu. Housemade pastrami, porchetta, salumi, headcheese, salads and more await hungry eaters looking for a solid meal in a casual setting. And by the way, the serve a killer breakfast too. You can bet you’ll be seeing more Whole Ox goodness in future “Eat This” posts.

The Whole Ox Butcher & Deli
327 Keawe Street (corner of Auahi)
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone: 808-669-6328
Hours: Monday – Saturday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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Comments
  1. […] ordered the dry aged burger, the roast beef sandwich, the chicken fried chicken, a side order of potatoes, and one pickle. I […]

  2. Dan says:

    Was just in Hawaii, and thought about checking this place out. We didn’t, and this is making me regret that decision. It will be a priority next time, for sure.

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