The first time the Cheng Sisters visited Moku Moku, co-owner Phillip Gilmour adamantly recommended the chicken gizzards, praising it as one of the best dishes on the menu. Since then, our love for Moku Moku has continued to grow; it’s one of our favorite restaurants this year, and the gizzards are definitely a must-order each time we visit. They’re served in a small cast-iron pan with chopped trumpet royale mushrooms and pink peppercorns. The secret to the gizzards’ tenderness? They’re cooked in the confit method on low heat with olive oil, salt, garlic and rosemary and then kept in the refrigerator overnight. At $4.50, the dish is an unbelievable deal. You’ve got to try it.