My wife and I had searched out Mark's Place because it was close to Kauai Community College. It first glance it's not much to look at, but when you see local workers filing in the door you have to know it's good. My wife had the teryaki chicken and I had teryaki beef. The price was about usual for most places in Lihue, less than $20 for two dinners. There was way plenty of food for two people in one dinner, yet we both managed to finish off our meals. For a quick meal that will acquaint you with the asain flair of the islands, definitely go to Mark's Place. Our trip there was a unique experience and we found all the staff pleasant enough considering how busy they are at the lunch hours.