Monday, September 18, 2017

Monday, September 18, 2017


  • Bowtie pasta salad with fresh and roasted vegetables tossed in an Italian dressing, topped with mushroom and spinach arancini – $12.00
  • Grilled sesame mahi mahi over mixed greens with bean sprouts, carrots, cucumbers and a sweet soy garlic  vinaigrette – $12.50



  • Pork adobo with potatoes – $11.75
  • Grilled fruikake mahi mahi served with a ginger butter sauce –  $15.75  
  • Lasagne bolognese served with a fresh green salad – $12.25



  • Red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting – $5.50


Today’s Pau Hana Special

Pan lau lau, steamed white rice, potato macaroni salad and lilikoi cream cheese cake




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