We have never eaten Hawaiian, The owner was very nice and explained that menu and how the dipping poy works. She suggested to us first timers a few dishes that would make our experience a good one. We tried the combo plate of fish and...More
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After you finally park you get to come to a 'locals' favorite from the days when they were at the Ward Warehouse Farmers Market. The selection is fresh and the staff are always helpful.
Local, authentic, traditional Hawaiian food. The family still runs the business. Patient with questions. Great fish and dishes. The inside is nothing fancy... but the food and atmosphere is good.
We used to live in Hi. and ate at this restaurant at its previous location at Ala Mona Center. We got to know the family at we ate there sometimes twice a week. The food is still great. When we arrived we were met at...More
Love the fresh food that this place serve like pork lau lau(steamed pork wrapped in taro leaves(similar to spinatch), OK, tuna poke(bits of fresh tuna mixed with seaweed and onions) and fresh poi(pounded steamed taro root).
I really liked the kalua pig, poi, lomi lomi salmon, haupia and chicken long rice. Everyone there has the spirit of Aloha!
The owner of our rental house recommended this restaurant. We wanted to try "real" Hawaiian food and were not interested in a luau. The first time we stopped, they were closed to host a private event. The second time we ordered a take-out combination platter...More