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    Quote Originally Posted by oggboy
    By the way, you wen eat at my restaurant already.....

    Plenty people asking wen we going open on Oahu..
    We looking at the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center and also the Outrigger location on beach walk. Both these areas are undergoing extensive remolding.
    Plenty neighbor Island ohana come in especially from Oahu. How come get Ruby`s and Krispy Kreme on Maui and no moa in Honolulu.

    Well you have everything else, but We`ll be there soon!!! Maui is the first location for a Ruby`s Diner......

    Do you have one in your location???????? OGGBOY
    No moa one up here Seattle side. We get one Ruby Tuesday's, but I no tink we get 'em one Ruby's Diner yet. So wat, you guys going expand to Seattle?

    Miulang

    P.S. tings lidat dat cannot be found anywhere else in da 'aina is what makes Maui no ka oi, yeah? Maui get plenty kine "firsts".

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    Eventually,

    Ruby`s has opened up locations in Philidelphia, Colorado, and currently looking at opening a Las Vegas Location.
    Most of the new locations opening up are still in California.

    Yeah, about time Maui get something.......

    I`ll keep you posted if I hear about any plans for Seattle....
    OGGBOY................

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    Miulang,

    Kala`mai, I forgot that one of our waiters wen move to Seattle..... We get locations up dea.....At the Alderwood Mall, one location at Redmond, and also Woodinville. I forgot about these locations....Maybe not in your area, dunno cause neva been dea.........oggboy

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    Quote Originally Posted by oggboy
    Miulang,

    Kala`mai, I forgot that one of our waiters wen move to Seattle..... We get locations up dea.....At the Alderwood Mall, one location at Redmond, and also Woodinville. I forgot about these locations....Maybe not in your area, dunno cause neva been dea.........oggboy
    Oh good...dey stay all in da yuppie kine places! I go check out da one at Alderwood next time I go shopping up there...Dey must be giving Red Robin a run for their money up here...

    Mahalos,
    Miulang

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    Chicken Hecka, fried rice, mixed veggies and a bottle of water.

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    BBQ Chicken and Hamburger Steak special from Mahalo Drive Inn.

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    Yesterday started out with a breakfast of taro pancakes and papaya and sausages and eggs at home. Then it proceeded to a lunch of a combo plate of mochiko chicken, kalua pork, mac salad and rice from Bobby's, a Hawaiian grines place in Everett, and finally ended with dinner at a place called Doong Koong Lau (the original was in Honolulu---don't know if it's still there, but the owners are from Hawaii) where I had the 1/2 fried duck prepared Hakka-style with special sauce. Yummy!

    Miulang

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miulang
    and finally ended with dinner at a place called Doong Koong Lau (the original was in Honolulu---don't know if it's still there, but the owners are from Hawaii) where I had the 1/2 fried duck prepared Hakka-style with special sauce. Yummy!

    Miulang
    Yah Doong Kong Lau was one of da best when they were here at the Chinese Cultural Plaza in chinatown!! dey gone but not forgotten...

    check some of their past write-ups!

    http://starbulletin.com/97/04/17/features/eater.html
    http://starbulletin.com/2003/01/12/features/eater.html

    I miss deir homestyle cooking...

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    McDonald's Egg Mcgriddle meal (was a few minutes too early to early lunch, and when my brain turned on, it was too late to change my order)
    How'd I get so white and nerdy?

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    Eh Miulang:
    Have you eaten at a Chinese restaurant called China Village near Seattle's U-District? I ate there in the spring of '92 and they had a dish I've never had anywhere else, and it was sooooooooo good. It was called (believe it or not) "Sweet and Pungent Pork." Man, what an unappetizing name. But boy, what a delicious dish!
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    Eh Miulang:
    Have you eaten at a Chinese restaurant called China Village near Seattle's U-District? I ate there in the spring of '92 and they had a dish I've never had anywhere else, and it was sooooooooo good. It was called (believe it or not) "Sweet and Pungent Pork." Man, what an unappetizing name. But boy, what a delicious dish!
    China Village near the UW? Hmmm...have to go check it out to see if they're still around. If they are, I'll go have the "Sweet and Pungent Pork" for you, k?

    Miulang

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    RABBIT. Nah, joke,joke...I had Prime Rib Sandwich from Eagles on Nimitz!

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    After learning that one of my favorite places, Grilla's on S. King near Nuuanu, was closed, I ended up at Subway. Took the daily special (turkey and ham) and some Maui style potato chips.

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    Kind of a late lunch consisting of lemon chicken, brown rice, mixed veggies and a bottle of Diet Cherry Vanilla Dr. Pepper.

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    Checked out the Kulia Grill at the UH medical school in Kakaako with a friend and a coworker. The place is run by the culinary arts program at KCC. Really, really good stuff at great prices. I had a most excellent cheeseburger on an onion roll (serious cheeseburger, fries and drink for under $7!). My coworker had this awesome salad:



    Spinach salad with a orange/ginger dressing, topped with honey walnuts and shrimp. I'm not one for frilly salads myself (give me simple iceberg anyday!), but it looked really good. I'll have to try it next time.

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    Chicken Katsu, brown rice and veggies.

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    We made lasagna, Marie Calendar brand. Tasted pretty good! Ate it with that Texas Toast garlic bread.

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    Broiled wild samon,organic black beans,orgnic brown rice<---reflecting my recent decision not to eat anything "The Man" has ran thru his processing plant. Hippie Power!!

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    Ultimate Cheeseburger, curly fries and a Diet Coke.

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    Black bean chicken, noodles, spring rolls and a Mountain Dew from U-Choice Drive In.

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    Pigs Feet Soup, rice and macaroni sald from Jane's Fountain on Liliha Street.

    note: great saimin too.

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    Kalua pork, rice and mac salad from Aloha Island Catering, Portland, OR. Was tempted, but didn't buy: shave ice (the real stuff, not sno-cones) and Indian Fry Bread.

    Miulang

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    steam UHU, rice and kimchee! opu full and i sleepy!

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    Tuna sandwich with onions, pickles and mayo on Millbrook bread. Pepsi and BBQ chips of course.
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