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Voted Kauai’s Favorite Plate Lunch Spot!

 

Serving local food with Aloha since 1998

 

Stop in to Mark’s Place, located on the Island of Kauai, for fast, affordable, and “ono” (delicious) local food. Mark’s Place is a takeout restaurant that serves up hearty portions of the best Kauai food, including gourmet plate lunches, bentos, healthy salads, sandwiches, wraps, desserts and pre-packaged omiyage snacks.
Check out our menu and call in your order, and it will be ready when you arrive. 

 

(808) 245-2522

Business Hours:

 

Monday through Friday:
10:00 AM to 8:00 PM

 

Saturday,  Sunday & Some Holidays:
Closed

 

Directions from Lihue Airport

Mark’s Famous Mixed Plate:

 

This best-selling plate comes with beef stew, chicken katsu and teriyaki beef, along with rice and potato macaroni salad.  $12.25

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What’s Cookin’ at Mark’s Place

 

Daily Specials

Thursday April 27, 2017

Salads Asian/Southern fusion pipikaula salad with a sherry mushroom vinaigrette – $11.50 Compressed watermelon and feta over mixed greens, strawberry balsamic vinaigrette – $10.95 Entrees Grilled ono served with a coconut curry cream – $13.50 Hoisin barbecue glazed chicken wings – $11.25 Sauteed garlic and......

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Wednesday April 26, 2017

Salads Bonito arancini (deep fried risotto balls) over mixed kale salad, served with a soy, inamona and ogo vinaigrette – $11.50 Teriyaki chicken wrap served with a side of greens – $10.75 Entrees Furikake crusted salmon with a wasabi aioli – $13.50 Grilled teriyaki steak......

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Tuesday April 25, 2017

Salads Garlic parmesan grilled chicken Caesar salad served with Hawaiian sweet bread croutons – $11.00 Seared Chinese style mahi mahi over fresh greens, served with an oriental dressing – $11.25 Entrees Okinawan style braised pork and chicken katsu combo plate – $11.50 Portuguese bean soup......

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