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Meaty bites at eatery win this Father’s Day

A La Carte

June 3, 2018

Story By: Elima Pangorang | Photos by: ANTHONY CONSILLIO

Fried Pork Chops ($22.95)

Sekiya’s Restaurant & Delicatessen is beefing up its menu with hefty portions to fill up any dad and grad during the busy summer session.

Father’s Day, of course, is just around the corner and Sekiya’s has meaty specials that any hungry father, brother, uncle and the like, would want to fill up with.

Available June 17 is the Father’s Day Special Steak and Shrimp. For just $26.95, sink your teeth into tender slices of grilled steak as well as the eatery’s famous shrimp tempura that is battered and fried to crispy perfection — the outside coats a soft, jumbo shrimp. As always, all meals come with rice, tsukemono and miso soup.

Father’s Day Special Steak and Shrimp ($26.95)

If you can’t wait until then, not to worry because Sekiya’s has you covered with a new menu item, Fried Pork Chops ($22.95). As a special treat, this menu picking comes with the option of garlic mashed potatoes or rice to accompany the two golden slabs of fried pork that sit pretty, awaiting consumption. This exclusive menu item is available starting today (June 3) and is on hand for only a limited time, so hurry in for your chance at a bite of a local favorite.

Then, there’s no forgetting about the hard-working grad in your life. Call Sekiya’s to order from its party platter menu that includes an array of chicken options, such as Marinated Fried Chicken, Chow Fun, Ahi Katsu and more.

“Also, what guests see in our okazuya (deli display case) we can turn into a platter,” explains general manager Faye Hara. “They just have to ask and we will work with them to make it happen.” Hara recommends ordering platters at least one to two days in advance.

Speaking of okazuya, the restaurant’s deli is available daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Customers can also purchase Sekiya’s gift cards that make for a truly tasty and generous gift, since nothing really talks to the heart quite like food does.

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