Thank dads at Waimalu eatery

A La Carte

June 20, 2021

Story By: Don Robbins | Photos by: L. TABUDLO

The Father’s Day Special ($12.95) is available at Shiro’s Saimin Haven’s Waimalu location only. Photo courtesy Shiro’s Saimin Haven

Today is Sunday, June 20, which also happens to be Father’s Day. What better occasion than to treat that admired dad with the aptly named Father’s Day Special ($12.95), available today at Shiro’s Saimin Haven’s Waimalu location only.

Offered for dine-in or takeout, this hearty plate features mochiko chicken and chili, along with your choice of starch — ranging from french fries, rice or mashed potatoes. The meal also comes with a side of corn, and mac salad is available for an additional dollar.

Bento A ($13.30)

Besides its Father’s Day feast, Shiro’s has plenty of other popular dishes on its regular daily dine-in menu.

For example, there’s the Fried Rice Omelette with Pork Adobo on the breakfast menu ($11.50). This item features flavorful fried rice expertly wrapped in a thin blanket of egg. Preparing the adobo requires a half-day labor-intensive process to bring out the perfect taste.

Another selection available is Shiro’s Original Cutlet with Gravy plate ($12). This dish features breaded boneless chicken, and the gravy is made with drippings from roasts and oxtails that take a day to simmer.

Double Hula Bacon Burga ($12.45)

The restaurant is also known for its acclaimed Double Hula Bacon Burga ($12.45). It’s made with 100% local beef and the patties are crafted fresh daily.

Especially created for people who can’t always make up their mind, there’s the Bento A ($13.30), which has a bit of everything. This medley has katsu, Spam, teri beef, fried noodles, one maki sushi, one cone sushi and rice.

Fried Rice Omelette with Pork Adobo ($11.50)

Shiro’s Saimin Haven prides itself as a comfort food eatery that does things right, in traditional fashion. Instead of cutting corners, its goals include taking the time to make sure orders arrive correctly, with good-sized portions that taste great.

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