Broke Da Mout' covers favorite neighborhood eateries on the island of Oahu.
Susan Kang Sunderland is a freelance writer with a professional background in public relations and marketing communications. She contributes to local and national publications.

Below are the most recent Broke Da Mout' columns, written by Susan Sunderland

The Local Charm Of Lunch Wagons

Wednesday - December 08, 2010
By Susan Sunderland

Islanders are a casual bunch. The more informality in our lives, the better. That goes for dining as well. No need to impress us with full-service tabletop service, a glossy menu with tassels and expensive china. We are content to balance a plate lunch on our laps while sitting on a wooden bench outdoors. Some of our best-tasting meals come from lunch wagons, where the proprietor hands us a meal spilling over with gravy through a truck window.

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Enjoying Salad Days On Oahu

Wednesday - February 17, 2010
By Susan Sunderland

Did you welcome the new year with a vow to eat healthier and lose weight? That resolution will last four weeks, according to experts. But good intentions count for something.

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A Taste Of ‘Koreanmoku Street’

Wednesday - September 23, 2009
By Susan Sunderland

Let’s go to Korea town. Where’s that? It’s mauka of Ala Moana Center on Koreanmoku Street. I mean, Keeaumoku Street. Within a span of five blocks is a concentration of nifty places to find imported Korean goods and delicious food.

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The Bentos To Bagoong Beat

Wednesday - July 22, 2009
By Susan Sunderland

I ate my way to a column assignment. When one’s a freelancer, life is feast or famine. I chose feast.

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Where To Eat On South King Street

Wednesday - July 23, 2008
By Susan Sunderland

Second in a two-part series on roadside eateries along major thoroughfare King Street. Our writer is pretty single-minded, so we put her on a one-way street to casual dining. Will she ever get home?

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