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The Mouse saw this place featured on one of the food show and wanted to try.




Not resort, neighborhood. Side of the highway. “Off the beaten path” you might say.

Inside, like walking into someone’s garage, converted into a kitchen/dining area. Super quaint/rustic.

The Spread

The menu, super simple. Lau lau, kalua pig with cabbage, rice, poi, lomi salmon, mac salad, haupia, kalolo. The Mouse thinks we ordered everything on the menu.

Awesome food. Again, not “gourmet”, but down-home real food.

According to a friend that lives nearby, they often sell out. Good for them.

If there is another opportunity, The Mouse will be back. đŸ™‚

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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The Cat’s

Kalua pork and cabbage, all rice.

The Mouse’s

Lau lau, kalua pork and cabbage (kalua pork not offered), rice, onions, sea salt, lomi salmon.


Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Picked up from the neighborhood grocery store.

“Hawaiian” Plate

Rice (wish it was poi, sweet potato, chicken long rice (the Chinese contribution to the luau), lau lau, kalua pork. Nom!

Lomi Salmon, Haupia

Also part of the Hawaiian plate order. Yum!

Sweet Potato

Picked up for The Cat’s dinner soup bowl.

Sweet potato, chicken long rice, eggplant, poached egg. The Cat’s dinner soup bowl.  đŸ™‚

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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So, The Cat likes soupy, gushy dishes. Most dishes with soup or gravy, The Cat is there.

Last night, The Mouse picked up a lau lau plate from the neighborhood grocery store.

Lau Lau Plate

Rice, lau lau, chicken long rice, sweet potato. Deli counter ran out of lomi salmon and haupia. At least The Mouse got the essentials.

The Mouse ate the rice and lau lau. Froze the sweet potato for The Cat’s bento next week, chicken long rice got added to The Cat’s jook for din din.

The Cat’s Frankenbowl

Shanghai cabbage for greens, spicy bamboo shoot garnish.

The Cat liked. Soupy, mushy, gushy.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Friday Eats

Friday. Breakfast for The Mouse. The Cat’s “leftover” oatmeal (The Mouse cooked too much).


Since The Mouse is not a big fan of oatmeal, he had to appeal it up with a dollop of honey.

Organic Hawaiian Honey with Cinnamon

The honey made the oatmeal more bread pudding-like. Hee hee.

Dinner, almost becoming a Friday tradition.

Lau Lau (or is it Laulau) Plate

From the supermarket down the street. The Mouse took the rice lau lau and lomi salmon, The Cat got the chicken long rice, Okinawan sweet potato, and haupia (under the lomi salmon).

It’s still the eve before New Year’s eve here in SPAM Land, I think we are one of the last time zones. Happy New Year’s Eve to everyone else.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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