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April 25, 2010

Shiro's Saimin Haven

During the late winter chill we recently experienced, I was craving saimin, so we headed to Shiro's Saimin Haven.

I got the Wun Tun Min with Garnishes.
It tasted as good as it looked.

And of course I had to get some French Fries with Gravy.

After I became addicted to french fries with gravy after trying them for the first time in Victoria, BC, I always check out restaurants' menus on the island to see if they serve their fries with gravy, and so far I've found that Shiro's is one of the few places in Hawaii that has them on their menu (most places I have to request the gravy).

DH has been trying to eat healthy, so he ordered the Grilled Mahi Mahi with Brown Rice.

It was quite a generous serving of mahi, and it sure looked good! DH ate the entire thing!

We ordered DS2 the Keiki Hot Dog with Fries.

The service was quick and friendly, the food was good, and I already can't wait to go back.

Shiro's Saimin Haven: 98-020 Kamehameha Highway, Aiea, HI 96701, (808) 488-4834

2 comments:

  1. I did a review of Shiro's last year. I ordered the DODONPA, the king of saimin!!!

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  2. OMG I just got off of work and I'm so hungry and this looks awesome. MMMMMMM

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