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Think Of It As A $2.50 Lunch
Posted by CLYDE
Wednesday, July 20, 2011 4:02 PM


Hata Restaurant is a popular place to eat Japanese food. Lots of people go there before University of Hawaii games at Stan Sheriff Arena on the school’s campus. We go there because they serve simple Japanese food that taste great.

I usually face the street when eating there but situations caused me to face the kitchen this last time. “Pork chops?” That’s what one of their items was pasted on the bulletin board along with “Kinki”, which is Thornyhead Fish, and Alaskan Flounder (halibut?).

I decided on the pork chops but should I control my eating by ordering just one ($10.50) or get the two for $13 and save the leftovers for lunch? What the heck, go for it!

The pork chops were huge! These chops were hand-sized, almost three quarters of an inch thick. They were fried to perfection with a nice crust. I just had to put some rice under them to soak up the juicy goodness.

It was worth the $2.50 more for the second pork chop. Think of it as a $2.50 lunch.

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