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Posted by bruddah pule on 08/14/2011
ahh cuz make da belly like oke doki like da local way broke da mouth kine if like yo local food come here for make da mouth watta!!!
Posted by PJ on 11/29/2009
Had temp given up on Hawaiin food due to lame eats around Gardena. finally gave it one last try--wow! That's all I have to say. get a combo your first time. It's like the good soul food of Detroit or New Orleans, or my mama's cooking- but Hawaiin.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/07/2008
I visited my first time with my wife and 3 kids. The place is a nice hole in the wall with a very friendly atmosphere and the pace is Hawaiian time. Must not be in a hurry. Don't be turned off by having to seat yourself. We figured it out when no one waited on us when we walked in. Looking around, most available seating available was for 4 and the center aisle had a long family style table with 2 other parties already there. We figured it out that we seat ourselves here and sat in the long table. The 2 waitresses were extremely friendly and brought us our menus as normal. My family all ordered wonton min's with a couple of side dishes of fried rice. I ordered a Hawaiian specal of lau lau and kahlua pork with the standard 2 scoops of rice and scoope of mac salad. Our neigbors, party of 7 was waiting for their food. We must have waited for 10 minutes before the food began to show for our neighbors. Their first plate was a french toast. Saw 3 very large pieces of what looked like Kings bread. If I wanted french toast, I would come here. Their other dishes arrived with good cuts of spam dishes, some meat patties, all with eggs and scoops of fried rice with sides of potatoes. I think this is what took so long. Oh and you don't all get the food at once. So expect to wait. The portions are good. If you are hungry, you should order another scoop of rice. Our food arrived and the won ton min, although ordered was a large, it was the size of around a medium at the previous Harry's. The flavor was good, only a bit too salty was the soup. My kids added water to drink the soup. I wonder next time I would ask them to water down the soup. The noodles and everything in it was good. The fried rice was excellent. If I were hungry for saimin, I would order it with a side of something else. I loved my dish of lau lau and kahlua pork. It was great with rice. No shoyu needed. I would come here again and order the plate dishes.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/08/2006
A taste of Hawaii... this place is a little bit of a whole in the wall, but the food is SO worth the trip. The lau lau is one of the best I've had on the mainland, and their kalua pork is also mouth-watering.