Yesterday, while I was putting an outline together for this article Triple D (Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives) with Guy Fieri was featuring Hawaiian food...that's the work of my reticular activating system! Happens to me all of the time! It was great because in that episode I learned what Ohana meant. Did you know that 'ohana' means family? And family means that no one gets left behind or forgotten. I love this part of the culture, they are so family oriented!
We like to visit restaurants for review during off peak times so we can get good pictures without lots of shining happy people in them. So today we visited at around 2 p.m. The menu is plentiful with lots of variety, I'll get to that in a minute.
Ohana Cafe serves traditional and Pacific Fusion dishes. Not feeling adventurous today I went with the traditional Teriyaki Chicken Plate served with two scoops of white rice and macaroni salad as my side (side options include: mac salad, sumi cabbage salad, seaweed somen salad, and edamame). Marc more adventurous than I went with the seaweed somen salad as his side. Other Plate items include: Teriyaki Steak, Kalua Pork, Kalbi, Coconut or Grilled Shrimp, Grilled Salmon, Chicken Katsu, and Loco Moco. The service was great, the young lady who took our order was polite and friendly and we got our food in a timely manner. The pricing was spot on we spent less than $20 and each got plates. The food was fresh, hot and delicious!
You can check out their menu here. Next time I can't wait to try the Aloha Sliders and Hawaiian shaved ice. They also serve breakfast on the weekends and the French Toast with Hawaiian sweet bread, fresh bananas, macadamia crumble & coconut syrup sounds divine!!
Ohana Cafe caters! They have an Event Planning tab on their site and offer services such as: photo booths, flower arrangements, a photographer and live entertainment.
Huge Thanks to the manager Larry for allowing us to feature and photograph their Cafe!
Pictures from our Visit:
|Enough Said!! Go visit Ohana Cafe Soon!|