during our time in utah county we found an l-n-l restaurant. i was stoked, to say the least. 2 trips and about $80 later i had my fill of hawaiian bbq. note: l-n-l is not quality or the best plate lunch, but man when you have had withdrawls anything will do.
the boys had the chicken katsu, but ate my mixed plate and todd's loco moco. i was craving lau lau, but they had fresh malasadas...i know lnl had malasadas'. and yes, they were actually pretty good.
now if someone could clone the seasider chili and rice i'd be good to go.
if this was a foreign language to some of you. no worries, small kine