Dani's has the ambience of a grade school cafeteria: a large room with minimal decoration filled with rows of tables. But ignore the décor, and focus on the food.
Be like a local and order up a big bowl of tripe stew or the beef stew: or the half and half combo. Or a misoyaki salmon plate for an early lunch.
The Loco Moco is a sight to behold: a grilled beef steak burger sitting on a bed of rice, topped with two fried eggs and covered with brown gravy. Wonderful and filling.
Can't decide? try the luau plate for a taste of everything.
Closes promptly at 1pm.
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