Hawaii Mom Blog: Itchy Butt




June 25, 2021

Itchy Butt

It's a strange name for an eating establishment, but if you think about it, it's quite effective at grabbing one's attention.  And just so you know, eating here will not cause you to have an itchy butt afterwards!

The star of the show here is their fried chicken.  You can order either a half or a whole, and there are four flavors available - korean, garlic, shoyu, and spicy.  If you order half a chicken, you get 8-9 pieces of fried chicken (choose one flavor), 1 picked radish, 2 pieces of deep fried cheese, and one canned soda/juice. If you order a whole chicken, you get double of everything, and you get to choose two flavors for your chicken.

I highly recommend calling in your order ahead of time, because they do get busy, especially during peak meal times, and especially if it's in the daytime, you don't want to be waiting outside in the hot sun for your order (everything is made to order and frying chicken does take time!).  

I brought home an order of half a chicken with shoyu sauce for the hubby and I, and it was more than enough for the two of us. We skipped the radish and cheese sticks, as that's just not our thing. But the chicken itself was very tasty and I think the next time I'll order the full chicken so that we can get two different sauces instead of one!


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