Getting to an island used to be an arduous task laden with perils such as navigating tumultuous waves and trading candy to obtain a porpoise-back ride. Avoid dangerous island treks with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get a Hawaiian meal for two during lunch or dinner at Homestyle Hawaiian, formerly Da Kitchen and Mo’s Island Grinds (up to a $20 total value). The meal includes the following:
- Two one-item lunch combo plates, available during lunch and dinner (up to an $8.45 value each).
- Two sodas (a $1.55 value each).
Homestyle Hawaiian infuses fresh island fare with the familiar flavors of down-home cooking. The menu features plate lunches that are served all day, such as the signature hawaiian meat jhun or mahi fish tempura. The kalua pig refuels diners hungered from long days of shooting ex-boyfriends’ furniture out of a cannon, and korean chicken dusted with crunchy sesame seeds imports Asian culinary flair to each bite. Refreshing soda helps slosh roast pork or teri salmon down gastro-canals while diners feast at the restaurant or package up noshes for dining at home or placating territorial badgers holed up in crawlspaces.
Once known as Da Kitchen and Mo’s Island Grinds, Homestyle Hawaiian keeps the home-cooked tradition alive, infusing fresh island fare with the familiar flavors of down-home cooking. A menu fit for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert features combo plates stacked with Hawaiian classics, such as meat jhun and kalua pig, which refuel diners hungered from long days of shooting ex-boyfriends' furniture out of a cannon, and bites laden with other Asian flavors, including Korean-style chicken. The kitchen crew ends hearty meals with Hawaiian shaved ice and four types of crème brûlée, including toasted coconut and bananas foster.