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Ohana Hawaiian BBQ

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1735 West Franklin Road, Meridian, ID 83642208-888-2661
phone208-888-2661
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Restaurant Description:

In Hawaii, WikiWiki means fast and Ohana means family so treat yourself to WikiWiki Island Food at Ohana Hawaiian Barbecue in Meridian. If you've never been to Hawaii, try a taste without the airfare at Ohana Hawaiian Barbecue at the corner of Franklin and Linder.

Meals Served:

  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Menu coming soon

Details:

  • Good for Groups
  • Good for Kids
  • Parking Available
  • WiFi Available
Note: Please call and verify the above before making important plans.

Comments (3)add comment

Lauri said:

This restaurant is closed.
They closed down in summer of 2012.

EDITOR's NOTE: This restaurant is now open in a new Boise location.
 
September 18, 2012
Votes: +0

Mr. Cannotlie said:

ewww this place is horrible
Just moved here to idaho and was so happy to find a hawaiian bbq spot. I went in ordered what i always get (bbq mix plate) and what i got was some of the worst food i ever ate. not worst hawaiian food just the worst food. the portions are small, meat taste like they dont marinate it and its been sitting out for a day or two, mac salad was nasty. I never leave comments on these things but i was on here looking for another hawaiian bbq spot and saw this place and thought i should warn others. -NOTHING TASTE EVEN REMOTELY DECENT -
 
June 21, 2012
Votes: +0

roro said:

the mainland version of hawaiian food..
i just moved here from hawaii and was excited to find this hawaiian restaurant. But boy was it off from the real thing. I tried the poke and butterfish lau lau but was completely disappointed. I paid almost $5 for a little thing of poke that wasnt fresh and the fish was cut up into tiny pieces and covered with different seasonings that isnt found in regular poke. the taste was not great. The lau lau was dry and super small, not worth the $10. If you want legit hawaiian food made by the people who know what theyre doing, go to Local Kine Grinds in nampa. They wont disappoint.
 
April 27, 2012
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