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January 14, 2020

Don Goyo's Mexican Restaurant Re-Opens

Don Goyo's Mexican Food first broke into the Kaneohe dining scene in 2015 at Adon Plaza. After a couple of years in that location, they relocated to Windward City Shopping Center near Genki Sushi in November 2019. 

This new location is slightly bigger than their previous location, but they have a lot more parking, now that they're located in the shopping center.  


At Don Goyo's you'll find all of your favorite Mexican dishes on the menu - enchilladas, tacos, salads, nachos, quesadillas, fajitas, carnitas, burritos, chimichangas, etc.




And of course, your first basket of chips and salsa are complimentary (I'm not sure if they charge for more - we never asked!).



The steak fajita salad comes with sour cream, guacamole, and pico de gallo ... served in a crunchy edible bowl.


You can't go wrong with the enchilada plate - it comes with two enchiladas filled with your choice of protein, spanish rice and refried beans.

They are currently BYOB while they wait for their liquor license. And if you forget to bring your alcohol, Long's, Foodland, and Tamura's are just a hop and a skip away!

DON GOYO'S MEXICAN FOOD
45-480 Kaneohe Bay Drive (Windward City Shopping Center)
(808) 236-1305

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