The location and restaurant is humble and intimate. A simple place where you are paying for the food and not the fancy chairs. The family works together to bring Hawaiian and other island foods to your table. The mom who waited on me told me all about her favorite dishes, which kid makes them best and how much she loves rolling the lumpia with her grandkids at night. She even leaned over and whispered, "That's why they are all different shapes and sizes."
If you are looking for fancy or high-faluton, maybe you should try somewhere else. However, if you are looking for home-cooking that fills