Good god, this place was good. The kahlua pork was crispy, juicy, porky, and delicious. The adobo was to die for. I had both dishes twice as I had to visit 5 times. Had the lau lau once but didn't care much for it. It was hard to catch it open as it seemed to be open just whenever they felt like it and followed no real schedule. A few times I tried eating there but it was closed even though the hours on the door said it should have been open. If you can catch it when it's open, do stop there. It's a humble little hole in the wall with a couple of picnic tables outside with incredible home-cooked food.
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