|The inside of the restaurant|
|Kalua pig and Teriyaki Chicken mix plate|
|Sam's mac salad, in its own container|
The rice was nicely cooked, and I liked the furikake sprinkled on top of each scoop. Definitely something many people in Hawaii like to do to their rice!
Unfortunately, the meat left something to be desired. The teriyaki chicken and kalua pig were both dry and fell flat on flavor. In all fairness, I liked the bed of properly cooked shredded cabbage on the bottom. But overall, not worth the $8.95 I paid.
For whatever reason, I didn't feel too comfortable in this place. The cafe's decor had a faded, dated color to it, and was not very inviting. The bar was OK, but felt slightly cramped. I'm not one to frequent many bars anyway, so I was probably just out of my element. Anyway, I'm unlikely to return to this place. The mac salad was decent, but I can definitely get better kalua pig and teriyaki chicken elsewhere. 3/10