Like fast food, I’m also not a huge fan of chain restaurants. However, there are exceptions to every rule. I’ve never been before and that was a good enough exception for me.
I ordered a noodle plate for about $7.00. There was a picture of it and it looked light and filling. When I got the dish I was a little disappointed. The picture made it seem like a dry dish, like chow mein or pasta but instead my meal looked like soup. I don’t know about you, but being in Hawaii, I have to be in a certain mood for soup. I’m not saying my dish was soup, but it was soupy and that’s not what I had in mind. Also it was room temperature and the noodles were over done.
Ray got the yummy special. It came with four sides and two scoops of rice for $8.79. The meat was warm, like it had been sitting under a hot lamp and all the sides were room temperature. Now when I say room temperature, I don’t mean cold, I mean it was seriously like they opened a can of corn and served it that way. No thought was put into it, which doesn’t surprise me, considering their name is so not very creative. As for the taste, the meat had a sweet BBQ flavor. It was tasty, at least for the first five minutes then my taste buds lost interest.
Since it didn’t quite hit the spot there was a lot of food left. When I asked for a to go box so I could take the rest home for Kola, my dog, I was charged .50 cents. Fifty cents isn’t much, but that’s fucking ridiculous. Customers should never have to pay for to go boxes, ever. Whatever, I paid, wasn’t too happy about it, but I’m sure Kola was.
Here’s my advice, unless your into trying every place at least once, like me, don’t come here. Yummy is not that yummy.
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