Judging by the previous reviews, the owner here needs therapy, but we've never had problems. However, the gallery and indoor seating and restrooms never seem to be open - having them at all may just be a trick to meet health-department regs. The teenage girls at the cash window aren't exactly briliiant, either, and they can't hear well over the kitchen noise, so you have to speak up when ordering. But the "Eric's mahi burger" is well worth stopping for, served on what they call a "potato bun" which is mild and tasty and soft, and with a generous slab of grilled fish and good cole slaw (under the bun) and sauce (eat this burger fast, before it gets soggy). Also, the ahi spinach wrap is worthwhile - it has a spicy wasabi, and is quite good.
There are a few tables here outdoors, and adequate parking, but the weather's hot, and we stayed locally, so we did take-out. This is a roadside shack - some people just stop here for the shaved-ice drinks, to cool off - but the food's surprisingly good. Closes early - get there before 4 (if not earlier) if you can. Extremely informal - some people shirtless, and those are the tourists. Well-located next to the coffee roastery.
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