Saturday, September 8, 2007

Ono Ono Hawaiian Barbecue

Located on Seventeenth Street near the Santa Ana/Tustin border, Ono Ono is by far one of the best local and authentic Hawaiian Restaurants in town. From Chicken Katsu to Kalua Pork, this restaurant delivers them all.

If you are only in the mood for a small bite, may I suggest the Poke Tuna or Poke Chips. This dish consists of raw tuna chunks mixed with scallions, cucumber shoots, drizzled in a light ponzu-soy sauce that makes this dish an authentic delight. The Poke Chips are the upgrade served over delicious and flaky fried won ton chips and topped with avocado slices. Poke Tuna also comes as a part of combination platters such as the Luau Platter (pictured above).

Dishes range in price from $6-$10. Traditional Hawaiian drinks are available and the staple fountain drinks are present with unlimited refills. Ordering a 2 0r 3-item combination platter is the best way to fill up on the cheap.

Ono Ono Hawaiian BBQ is open Monday - Saturday from 10:30AM to 9:00PM, and is closed all day Sundays.

One more thing, if you still have room,
try the shaved ice.

Click here for driving directions from the lofts.

Visit the Ono Ono website.

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