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November 30th, 1999 12:00 am Laura Atkinson | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2008


In the midst of a must-have-meat kind of day? Head straight to friendly Ohana, where sparse but sunny surroundings make room for a bounty of generously portioned broiled and barbied dishes. The slow-roasted kalua pig ($8) is lip-smackingly succulent. Beef, chicken and fish are likewise seasoned, salt-rubbed or slathered for tender and tasty results. Sides include Hawaiian macaroni salad, lomi lomi salmon, poi, and Spam musubi ($1.50-$2.50). Keiki plates for little ’opus ($4-$4.50) come with rainbow-hued shaved ice. (LA)

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