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June 19, 2020

Ogo Ono-Loa Hawaii




I normally don't order food delivery, but since Ryoji Soranaka's operation is delivery-only, I made exception because I really wanted to try his plate lunches.  I first learned about him from a friend who posted his plate lunches on social media.  My friend told me the chef operates a restaurant in Japan but that he's here now, selling plates through Facebook for delivery only.  I joined his private Facebook page (Ogo's Alumni) and discovered that he posts his menu and delivery route daily.  Unfortunately, my area was not on his normal delivery routes.   A few weeks passed until the stars had aligned and I was able to place an order for a couple of plates.  I texted my order, received my confirmation, and it was delivered a few minutes before the promised window of time. 


Bone-less Teri Shortrib Pipikaula Chop Steak - $12


Bone-less cold ginger chicken - $10

My family and I enjoyed both plates. The crowded favorite was definitely the cold ginger chicken - the sauce is what makes any cold ginger chicken dish stand out from the rest, and Ryoji really knows how to make a mean ginger sauce for this dish!

Plates are priced between $10-13, and the offerings change daily. Once the menu is posted, it's FCFS by texting your order, address, and method of payment (cash or Venmo), then you wait for confirmation. Don't forget to tip your driver, and post your pics to the Facebook page!








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