Specials for Wednesday November 18, 2020

Specials for Wednesday November 18, 2020

Salad Specials

Sauteed ono served over greens with a lemon vinaigrette, grape tomatoes and cucumbers – $14.29

Grilled carne asada over greens, topped with fresh guacamole, pico de gallo and lime crema – 14.29


Entrée Specials

Fried ginger chicken and teriyaki beef combo plate – $15.79

Grilled misoyaki shrimp skewer and tempura opakapaka served with tartar sauce – $16.79

Sauteed salmon topped with a soy marinated cucumber and tomato relish – $16.99


Dessert Special

Chocolate flan cake – $6.29  

Ube Crinkle Cookies – $6.99

Ube Snickerdoodles – $6.99


Dinner Specials (available from 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Grilled 10 oz New York steak and Shrimp Tempura combo $23.99

Misoyaki Mahi Mahi

            Portioned for 2 people – $18.00 (Entrée only – no sides included)

           Portioned for 4 people – $36.00 (Entrée only – no sides included)


There’s more!

Ahi/Quinoa/Tofu burger with a Tsukemono Remoulade, Sliced Cucumbers, Pickled Onions and Lettuce – $7.59


Smoked ahi dip – $6.00 (8 ounce) / $12.00 (16 ounce)     Ritz crackers  – $2.00/roll

Kamaboko dip – $5.00                                                             

Pickled onions with ogo – $5.00            




Are you ready for Thanksgiving?

Call us today to pre order a whole 9″ pie (or more) for pick up on Wednesday, November 25, 2020.  Last day to order is Friday, November 20, 2020.


Pumpkin pie                 $18.50 each

Baked custard pie        $18.50 each

Apple pie                      $18.95 each

Peach cobbler             $19.50 each


Specialty Pies:

Pumpkin Custard pie                           $19.50 each

Pumpkin Crunch Cheesecake pie       $19.99 each

Pumpkin Crunch Chiffon pie               $19.99 each



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