Plate Lunches

 

Lunches are served with white rice and potato macaroni salad
Brown rice is available | Tossed greens please add $0.25
The prices below are for Regular Plates and Mini Plates (without salad)

Beef Stew

$10.50 /

$9.00 (no salad)

Hamburger Steak

$10.50 /

$9.00 (no salad)

Loco Moco

$11.25 /

$10.25 (no salad)

Teriyaki Chicken

$11.25 /

$10.25 (no salad)

Chicken Cutlet

$11.75 /

$10.75 (no salad)

Chicken Katsu

$11.75 /

$10.75 (no salad)

Korean Chicken

$11.55 /

$10.55 (no salad)

Teriyaki Beef

$11.95 /

$10.95 (no salad)

Combination Plate

$12.25 (any 3 choices)

$11.95 (any 2 choices)

Mark’s Famous Mixed Plate

 

Chicken Katsu, Teriyaki Beef, & Beef Stew along with rice and potato macaroni salad.

$12.25

Hot Sandwiches

 

Served with lettuce, tomato, & mayonnaise

Hamburger

$4.95

Cheeseburger

$5.25

Teriyaki Chicken

$5.50

Teriyaki Beef

$6.00

Extras

French Fries

$4.25 (full order)

$2.50 (1/2 order)

1 Scoop of Macaroni Salad

$1.85

Spam Musubi

$2.75

Korean Chicken Musubi

$3.00

Mini Bento

$8.55

Large Bento

$10.25

Check out our Daily Specials!

Aloha Friday, March 24, 2017
23 March, 2017

Salads: Made to order blue crab and quinoa cakes over fresh greens, topped with a tomato cucumber relish – $11.25 Warm furikake crusted salmon over mixed greens, served with a soy wasabi vinaigrette – $11.25   Entrees:  Fettucine carbonara with garlic parmesan chicken – $11.25......

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Thursday, March 23, 2017
22 March, 2017

Salads: Grilled eggplant and soba noodles over fresh greens – $10.50 Herb and citrus marinated grilled ahi over mixed greens, served with a white balsamic vinaigrette – $10.75   Entrees:  Hot Reuben Sandwich:  corned beef with house made sauerkraut, melted Swiss cheese on rye –......

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017
21 March, 2017

Salads: Garlic and citrus marinated grilled ahi over greens, served with a creamy honey sesame dressing – $10.75 Pipikaula poke over mixed greens, served with a soy mustard vinaigrette – $10.75   Entrees:  Miso butter mahi mahi over sauteed green beans, served with a miso......

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