My wife and I visited Aloha Hawaiian BBQ (Aloha) in early July 2014 during a five night stay in VA Beach. Aloha is located in a section of town with some small strip malls.
Aloha is a cafeteria style place. You place and pay for your order at the front desk, and you food is brought out to you on a tray. You pay for and order your drinks at the counter. It did not appear to offer any beer or liquor.
Aloha is not a first class restaurant experience. The interior is somewhat older and utilitarian. But the food is inexpensive and the portions good sized. When we were there, it was fairly busy with locals.
Aloha has what it calls Hawaiian BBQ as well as some Asian dishes. My wife ordered the Pad Thai with Shrimp for $7.95. Her portion was big and she could not finish it. She liked it. I ordered a special called "Lau Lau", which was pork, salmon, spinach and taro wrapped in banana leaves. I liked ordering unusual dishes, and at first, I didn't think I'd like it, but I did. The portion could have been a bit bigger. It came with a side of sticky rice and macaroni salad.
Our tab came to well under $20.00. One can spend a lot of money in VA Beach on food and parking, and an inexpensive, clean little spot was a welcome change. It's not going to excite foodies, but it's a very good bargain.
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