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Friday, 18 September 2009



Matthew and I were really happy with our meal at Mo's. Mo is so nice and works so hard, how could we not be. =)


Hi Lynnea - I'm glad you enjoyed Homestyle Hawaiian. I think Mo will be needing a bit more help.


Oh, boy. Thanks, Kirk. Man, this is way closer now. Wow. I'm excited.

Btw, i just found Kayla's Island Grill right behind Corner House Cafe (the yellow house at the corner) today. Not bad for their BBQ (they mostly serve that - kalbi, chicken, beef). No loco-moco or lau-lau. There is chicken katsu on the menu for $5.99 and there is Saimin and good musubi (two slices of spam and two layer of rice) for $1.75 which was not bad. The combo plate lunch was not bad for the price but no way compared to Mo's. The mac salad is light with some shredded carrots which I've never had at Hawaiian place before.

Worth checking out for quick lunch. I'd rather go here than Da Kine's.

Oh, and Leilani's at PB is still open. I went two weeks ago for lunch.

Boy, oh, boy, Mo's again...i mean Homestyle Hawaiian.

Thanks, Kirk.


Hi Didi - Go check them out, I think Mo will be happy to see you!



Have you found any good meat jun in San Diego. When I lived on Oahu I used to visit Tasty Korean BBQ twice a week for Meat Jun. I really miss it.


Hi Louie - I've never had decent Meat Jun on the mainland, period. Sorry to say most place deep fry the meat jun which makes it kinda oily. I'm looking for the stuff made on the griddle.

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