A Hawaiian restaurant on Windsor’s Main Street is a bit surprising in this small Colorado Front Range city. The owners of Okole Maluna (Bottoms Up) are originally from separate Hawaiian islands, where each of the couple grew up in restaurant families. Although my wife and I were looking for a fairly modest lunch, we read over the appealing menu list of Hawaiian dishes (with English explanations). We decided to share an appetizer plate with slices from a roll of Portuguese sausage packed in rice and wrapped in seaweed, a generous sliced beef sandwich and a bowl of Asian slaw. The sausage slices were firm, and had a delicious blend of flavors. The slightly spicy beef was excellent. The crunchy, moderately seasoned pieces of cabbage sprinkled with black sesame seeds made a distinctive slaw. With all the interesting menu offerings, we look forward to returning for lunch or dinner.
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