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Cover Story

January 10, 2021

Story By: Don Robbins | Photos by: LAWRENCE TABUDLO

Shiro’s Saimin Haven server Shantell Baptista and manager Sheena Arca-Gonzales showcase the eatery’s home-cooked favorites.

The definition of tradition involves passing on wonderful things from generation to generation, and Shiro’s Saimin Haven has that philosophy as its core mission in dishing out its delicious food.

“We’re a comfort food establishment. We’re not necessarily a fast-food establishment. We take our time to do things the traditional way. It takes some time,” explains Bryce Fujimoto, vice president of Shiro’s.

Shiro’s Original Cutlet with Gravy plate ($11.65)

“Especially now during this pandemic, it does take a little longer for us to get some things out, so we really do appreciate people being patient and understanding,” he shares.

“We are very appreciative of our customers, both regular and new. We’re seeing a lot of new faces nowadays and we’re very fortunate and very blessed,” Fujimoto emphasizes.

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