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Cory Nov 23, 2005 08:37 AM

Are there any local places for hawaiian food or filipino food. We were trying to find places with local hawaiian food, thanks!!

Cory

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    KDTR Mar 21, 2007 03:54 PM

    If you're in Vegas, don't miss Pinoy Pinay. Great Filipino food! A little out of the way, but a top choice in Sin City for a taste of home!

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      fastnoypi Mar 31, 2007 05:13 PM

      +1 for pinoy pinay..i always stop in there on my way into vegas, fyi..its very close to stratosphere

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      Sarah C Nov 24, 2005 11:42 AM

      If you're in the Phoenix area, there is a large Filipino market and a small Filipino cafe in the strip mall on the southwest corner of 35th Avenue and Dunlap.

      There are several small cafes serving Hawaiian plate lunch-type food around the metro area; the one I've tried is in the Happy Valley mall, on Happy Valley Road just east of the I-17. I believe there are others in the Chandler/Mesa area.

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        VictorLouis Nov 25, 2005 11:49 AM

        Sarah,

        I just wanted to expound on that a bit for those of us in Phoenix.

        I've been to L&L 4 times now. Besides the Wal-Mart Supercenter plaza at Happey Valley/I-17, there is one on Stapley just south of the 60 in Mesa.

        http://www.hawaiianbarbecue.com/

        http://www.azcentral.com/ent/dining/R...

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          VictorLouis Nov 25, 2005 11:58 AM

          I just read Howard's review that I linked.

          I AGREE with him on portion size, and I'm a big eater. A mini, and a side of musabi is GREAT. Or, a full plate and side or two can easily feed to of you. BTW, if you're on Atkins, or just don't 'do' starches, they'll cater to that need.

          I disagree with him about the beef. I've not had any bad pieces of thinkly sliced beef, but the Bulgogi(short-ribs) is always going to be chewy just due to the cut. The shrimp IS bland, and the Mahi-Mahi is NOT.

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            JK Grence (the Cosmic Jester) Nov 25, 2005 12:17 PM

            Avoid the Ono Hawaiian BBQ at all costs. Greasy, bland, nasty nasty food. I also like Aloha Kitchen in Chandler and Ma'i Island Grill in Tempe. Ma'i is my favorite.

            Link: http://thecosmicjester.blogspot.com

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            Booklegger451 Mar 21, 2007 03:57 PM

            Oh! I ate at that Filipino cafe a few weeks ago! It was fantastic, and the folks there were incredibly friendly.

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            JK Grence (the Cosmic Jester) Nov 23, 2005 08:55 AM

            Define "local"... we're everywhere from Vegas to New Mexico here.

            Link: http://thecosmicjester.blogspot.com

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