I took a late November break from the grey and rain of Vancouver, and spent a week and half in the sun, visiting my relatives in Honolulu, and eating voraciously.
There’s no heat lamps or buffet counter here, everything is made to order.
I ordered the pan-fried snapper platter
This two large snapper fillets, breaded and pan-fried to a light crunch, topped with a sweet chili sauce, served over rice, with a little green salad and corn. The fish was cooked to the right done-ness, and the coating was well seasoned and lightly crunchy. I found the sweet chili sauce excessive. It overwhelmed the flavour of the fish, and would have preferred the sauce as a dipping sauce on the side.
and my lunch companion ordered the tempura batter shrimp platter with onion rings.
This was about 5-6 large pacific shrimp, dipped in a light batter and deep fried, served with a green salad and a little corn. Both the shrimp and the onion rings appear to use the same batter, and while cooked through, it was not crispy. I’m told the shrimp was better on a previous visit to this restaurant.
All things considered, this was good food, at a reasonable price.