Located in downtown Hilo, this eatery is a wonderful diversion from fast food drive-thru restaurants in the area. The setting is slightly on the plain ... More
Hi-Ho Mongolian Grill
Located in downtown Hilo, this eatery is a wonderful diversion from fast food drive-thru restaurants in the area. The setting is slightly on the plain and functional side of comfortable with a generous sized parking lot in front of the main entrance. Once inside, diners head for the food counter and select each and every item that will be stir-fried to perfection. Grab a bowl, stuff it to the brim with noodles, meat and vegetables. Next stop is the chef who will wok it well, and your meal will be ready instantly. The prices are magical by Hilo standards. - Lottie Tagupa
I don't know why this restaurant is listed under chinese, but i will run with it. The first time i had tasted mongolian grill i was in Idaho accompanied by two Mongolians. I asked if it was authentic and they tried to ask the cooks but they said they were from vietnam. I don't know if it is authentic but it tastes really good. Of course the only one to blame if it doesn't taste good is you because you add the ingredients and flavor (sauces). The trick is to put all the ingredients you want in the bowl first so that they are level with the top. Then put your choice of sauces (remember to put a little extra). Then you grab a whole bunch of noodles and put it on top of everything. After you get it back from the cook everything will shrink down and fit very nicely into your bowl. Remember you can always add sauce afterwards. And don't forget to save room for dessert.... ENJOY.
Something new for Hilo! As you come in, you find your seat, then go and get your bowl. There is the BIG bowl, medium bowl and the baby bowl. .. oops I mean the small bowl. In front of you there is seafood, beef, chicken, pork. Place what u want in ur bowl then on to the veggies, pick everything you want as it's going to get smaller after it cooks. After you put everything you want on the bowl u give it to the cook then right in front of you they cook it. Some ONO! Try it, You're going to LOVE IT as we have.
Home of the one pound laulau, a ti leaf steamed dish, this cafeterialike restaurant is known for their home style
local dishes. Fresh baked goods, poi, kalua pork, lomi salmon, and poke are also on the menu and they ...
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