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April 23, 2014

Dots

On Easter we went to Dots for lunch, a mainstay in the Wahiawa community, serving up local favorites for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Keiki Macaroni and Cheese with Hot Vegetables and Fries (also comes with a drink)

Complete Meal - Tossed Greens

Complete Meal -  Bread & Crackers

Complete Meal - Chicken Katsu with Rice and Hot Vegetables
Complete Meal - Chocolate Pudding
 

Fried Noodles

Stuffed Mushroom Tempura

One of the pancakes in the Pancake Sandwich

Eggs and Bacon from the Pancake Sandwich
I had the Fried Noodles, and it was some of the best fried noodles I ever had anywhere.  It was so tasty, and I loved all of the garnishes.

The Stuffed Mushroom Tempura was really good too.   The mushrooms were stuffed with a crab mixture, and they were huge!

My husband had the Chicken Katsu complete meal.  He liked it, and I thought it was a bit funny that the "bread" with his meal was simply plain sliced bread, but that's what adds to the charm of the place.

Two of my kids shared the Pancake Sandwich, so they each got a pancake and split the eggs and bacon.

My youngest had the Macaroni and Cheese, which he enjoyed.

Yes, Dots is quite and old place, and its evident in terms of the actual facility, but it's very family-friendly and serves up local favorites that I thought were really delicious.


Dots
130 Mango Street
Wahiawa, HI 96786
808-622-4115

1 comment:

  1. You should try their sizzling hamburger steak the next time you're there.

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