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We were in the mood for chicken katsu, and this definitely hit the spot.
All the food was fresh and hot, and the katsu sauce was awesome. The macaroni salad was also fresh and tasty.
I would definitely recommend this place.
I can't compare this to authentic Hawaiian food because I don't believe I've ever had authentic Hawaiian cuisine but the food was good; nothing spectacular and not an immense amount of flavoring. I ordered the Aloha Shrimp that; flash fried with the skin on. If...it were friend longer then the skin would have been edible but it took so time to get through them since it wasn't; came with enough rice for three people. Overall, cheap and tasted okay.More
Went to a 40th high school reunion dinner at this funky stripmall Hawaiian restaurant. OK - my high school was in Guam so the food was appropriate. The catered buffet was better than most Hawaiian restaurants that I have gone to in the islands. Very...meat heavy meal - but I am not a vegetarian so this was OK by me. Later they had a talented and engagin DJ in the bar with dancing and karaoke. Kept both us older folks as well as the younger locals happy.More
Craving some food like I had in Hawaii, I gave this place a try. Seafood plate had Mahi Mahi, 2 scallops, and three shrimp. Scallops and shrimp were covered in so much breading they were hard to see. Fish was best thing on plate but...nothing I'd order a second time. Plate also came with two scoops of white rice and a scoop of macaroni salad. A friend got poke (tuna), and that tasted like you'd get on the islands. Curry and barbecue were so-so.More
As I was visiting the southwest side of Las Vegas I came across Aloha Hawaiian BBQ. I decided to give this a try. I choose the Chicken Katsu Lunch Combo. It came with Chicken Katsu (of course) 1 scoop of steamed white rice and 1...scoop of Macaroni salad.
Unfortunately, I spilled my sauce for the Katsu when I got to my Aunt's house, so I had to substitute it with Honey BBQ Sauce was a disadvantage to the taste I was expecting.
The rice was a typical steamed white rice, unfortunately the Macaroni Salad was a bit plain in taste. The Katsu was a typical taste.
Overall, its so so. I would not go out my way to go back to the restaurant.More