F.A.Q.

  • What is Mochiko?

Mochiko is a sweet rice flour that is one of the main ingredients we use in our flagship chicken recipe, mochiko chicken.

  • What is a SPAM musubi? 

A SPAM musubi is a slice of crispy SPAM glazed with teriyaki sauce on a bed of rice seasoned with furikake (Japanese seaweed/sesame seasoning), then wrapped in nori (seaweed).  Think of it as a SPAM sushi.

  • Do you have a restaurant?

Yes! We are now open at The Yard at 5th Street Station!  Come visit us at 365 Merchant Walk Square, Suite 300 – right next to the Alamo Drafthouse and Chimm!

  • Do you cater?

Yes, please complete a catering request quote, or send us an e-mail about your event, and we will be happy to discuss some menu options with you.

  • Do you make Hawaiian desserts? 

Yes we do!  We currently sell lilikoi (passionfruit) bars.  We will soon have lilikoi cream pies, and haupia (coconut)/chocolate cream pies. But if you can’t wait and want one now, please contact us and we would be happy to discuss your order! 

  • What does “E Komo Mai” mean?

It means “Welcome” in Hawaii.

  • Do you have gluten free menu items?

Yes, we do. Please check our menu for the gluten free symbol (GF). And if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us or ask one of our staff members.

  • What is POG?

Passionfruit-Orange-Guava, is a tropical juice drink created in 1971 by a food product consultant named Mary Soon who worked for Haleakala Dairy on Maui, Hawaii. It consists of a blend of juices from passionfruit, orange, and guava (hence POG).