Tueday May 30, 2017

Tueday May 30, 2017


  • Seared opah over quinoa and roasted vegetables and a bed of greens, red balsamic vinaigrette – $11.50
  • Old Bay seasoned deep fried shrimp over mixed greens with carrots, tomatoes and croutons, remoulade dressing – $11.25


  • Hamburger curry  – $10.75
  • Grilled shutome topped with a watercress namul – $13.75
  • Sauteed ono served with a charred tomato basil relish – $13.75


  • Pumpkin crunch – $4.75
  • Vanilla bean panna cotta with fresh mango – $4.75

Today’s Pau Hana Special

Pork with peas and pimento, steamed white rice, potato macaroni salad and fudge brownies –  $44.00



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