What a find! This place is relatively new from what I know. It is a roadside plate restaurant with typical picnic table seating outside. But the plates were a blend of traditional and novel. I ordered BBQ Pork, my wife and my sister both ordered kalua pig. The meat was great but the sides set things apart. We all chose the cornbread rather than rice (really good choice very moist and delicious). You get two sides for which my wife and I chose bok chow slaw (Very light and fresh) as well as corn on the cob (sweet). My sister chose the Okinawan sweet potato with mango salsa and nalo greens. The potato was bright purple and tasted delicious. If I went back I get it.
The place has a nice local feel with everyone from teens who walked up from the beach to the utility workers taking a lunch break. Service was friendly and don't miss the drinks. We had their Plantation Iced Tea, my sister had lemonade, all seemed fresh made.
Love this place, would definitely return.
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