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Monday, 05 December 2005

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Kirk

Hi Clare - The food is pretty good! Good thing they aren't too close to where we live - that would be dangerous.

Hi James - It was a pretty good loco. And the portions here are pretty large. Since I found this place, maybe I can retire my food blog.....

Jo

NOooOoOo! You CAN'T retire the blog! SURELY the loco wasn't THAT good! SURELY something needs improvement! Discussion! Discource! Disipline! Dissection! Direction! Detection!

Kirk

Hi Jo - Lot's of D's there....

Jo

What can I tell you, as a kid Dr. Seuss was a fav ;o) well, that and the PlayBoys under uncle's bed.

Kirk

Hi Jo - Playboy, what's that???? LOL! ;o)

Jen

Hey,
Cool Blog! I loved looking at the pictures of the food. It's making me hungry though! "DA KITCHEN" is the best Hawaiian restaurant that I've found in SD. Quality, Huge Portions and tons of parking!

Bye Bye Da kines!

Kirk

Hi Jeni - Welcome! Mahalo for the kind words, the ability of the photos to make you hungry is the best compliment I could ever receive!

Tim

Their loco is soooo good. The teriyaki beef is pretty good too.

Kirk

Hi Tim - I did think the Teri Beef was pretty good. The portions are very large as well.

Richard Aka Stewart

I believe what make a truly good restaurant is consistency. Sometimes a place may taste good one day and then the very next visit it is dreadful. I try to give the place at least three chances to see how consistent the cooks are. If it is really bad the first visit then I will not return. If they are ono at least three times, then they are a winner in my book.
~Food for thought~

Kirk

Hi Richard - Thanks for dropping by. Unfortunately, I don't understand what the point of your cryptic comment was, and what it has to do with Da' Kitchen?

Lin

That place is off the hook! I used to work in that area and was not sad to see the previous restaurant (thai place) close and Da'Kitchen take it's place. The food is amazing and the portions for the price. WeeHaa!
Dang, now I'm craving chicken Katsu.

Kirk

Hi Lin - Thanks for dropping by and commenting. The only question with Da' Kitchen is...finding a place to nap after eating all that food....

The Office Goat

I think their hours may have expanded: I'm pretty sure they told my wife they close at 3pm on Sundays now (we got there a little after 4pm and there were still people inside, but getting ready to leave).

Kirk

Hi ToG - The reason I didn't mention this, is because the last time this was done, it was temporary thing. Because of all the Sunday catering work, they decided to open for Sundays - but once football season was pau, they started closing on Sundays again.

Right Cow Left Coast

They have added 14 oz ribeye steaks for $16.99. For the price, the BEST steak in all of San Diego. I recommend you return to this establishment and try it yourself. We live all the way down in Chula Vista, and drive all the way up there once a month to spoil our diets. Oh, so worth it!

Kirk

Hi RC-LC - I've been to Da Kitchen at least 3 times in the last two weeks. Didn't have the steak, though I know Mo keeps telling me to try it. I'm glad you enjoy Da Kitchen...I'll probably do another post in the near future.

Carol

I can't believe it took me this long to find this review. I got their menu the first month they opened but was so shell shocked by the prices, never went back. Didn't realize the portion they served. So cuz of your review, I'll be heading there to try their kalbi and chicken katsu. I am in search of a kalbi in SD that comes close to Mark's in Pearl City, or even Yummy Korean BBQ. Hope this one is it!

Carol

I can't believe it took me this long to find this review. I got their menu the first month they opened but was so shell shocked by the prices, never went back. Didn't realize the portion they served. So cuz of your review, I'll be heading there to try their kalbi and chicken katsu. I am in search of a kalbi in SD that comes close to Mark's in Pearl City, or even Yummy Korean BBQ. Hope this one is it!

Kirk

Hi Carol - Now they have a Korean Combo so you can get the Korean Chicken and the Kalbi...enough for two meals. Hope you enjoy yourself - I still enjoy the katsu as well!

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