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We ate lunch at the restaurant and the food was pretty average. Not bad, but nothing great. We had a shave ice for dessert and it was very good.The texture was perfect. We hear breakfast is better than lunch.
We got the POG with Ice cream and the snow cap. the flavors are great and it is pure cane sugar. I do recommend try one you would not normally try we did and it was great. Passion Fruit. Orange, Guava $5.00 with the Ice...More
We originally stopped by here for shave ice but figured we would try the food for lunch since there was only one customer at a table. I should have taken that as the first clue. We sit ourselves and had to grab menus because no...More
After eating here for a second time I am updating my review from 2 stars to 4 stars. For breakfast I had 2 eggs over medium, hash browns, spam and wheat toast with their homemade pineapple papaya jelly. Everything was made to order perfectly and...More
Great place for breakfast. Friendly staff and good prices. Very large portions. Got there by 9:30 and only had to wait a few minutes for a seat. By the time we left, there were several people waiting. Highly recommend.
It’s perfectly pleasant in terms of flavor, in the end we’re just talking about artificial syrup on ice.
So it’s impressive that they can be so inconsistent on something relatively difficult to screw up. Here are some of the ways ono ono could improve:
Thought the shaved ice was average. The ice kind of has a freezer burned taste to it. The line was long and the service was a bit slow. I would say nothing special, but if you are looking for shaved ice, not much better in...More
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Forgot about the second question. I cannot say for absolute certain ( I have only been going there since 1996), but I think that there was a menu item called deuces wild, which was 2 eggs, 2 pancakes, 2 bacon or sausage... More
Forgot about the second question. I cannot say for absolute certain ( I have only been going there since 1996), but I think that there was a menu item called deuces wild, which was 2 eggs, 2 pancakes, 2 bacon or sausage. It is not on the menu as of this morning ( 30 Sept 16), but if I get back there before we leave I will ask!
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