The food was ok. Not much amount wise but not very expensive either. We had yakitori chicken and steamed rice with a small side salad. The people were quite friendly. Service was fast.
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Come here hungry and you will leave happy. As others have mentioned, this is a very small, very local, very family food establishment. It is not the Ritz and yes, sometimes it takes a little while to get your food but it is worth the...More
'Oyako' in Japanese means parents & children. Mom cooked; grandma served & young lady brought us more food. This place is a family operated 'small' hole in a wall restaurant. My husband & I had small plate lunches of teriyaki beef, spam with furikake rice,...More
One of my favorite places to get breakfast or lunch. Dry mein is excellent here. It is a small family run restaurant that closes after lunch. Cozy seating, so don't be afraid to "talk story" as you eat.
We asked Siri for breakfast spots near us and when arriving we thought we had the wrong place. If we had left we would have been deprived of the best breakfast ever which was only surpassed by the friendliest ladies in Hawaii. The food was...More
This is a small local breakfast/lunch joint. 4 tables of 4. Most were locals who knew the people there. It does not get more local than this. Food was good but pretty heavy and good sized portion. Had the Loco Moco and the wife had...More
The food is hella good. Big servings and can satisfy any hungry carnivore! Two very nice but older Aunties run the place so expect delays... I waited for my food for 40 mins, and I got quite irritated as I was hungry, but when I...More
Went here for breakfast two days in a row. Da Piggy Breakfast and the spam musubi were fresh and very good. We took some to-go. This small hole-in-the-wall location is very family-friendly and local. Everyone here was so nice and accommodating.