We had the kahlua pork and cabbage and the shoyu chicken. The kahlua pork and cabbage was nicely salty with a meaty aroma coming out of the pork. It was served with rice and salad. My only real gripe about this place is that I wish they served macaroni salad with the entrees along with the rice and salad. I would have appreciated macaroni salad, but you’ll notice I’m still giving Local Food a 5 star review. We got the shoyu chicken a la carte, without the rice and salad. I liked this because she gave us 2 pieces of chicken, rather than getting rice and salad with 1 piece of chicken. The shoyu chicken was also excellent and I could tell that they had marinated the chicken in shoyu, sugar, and ginger.
Local Food is a great place to get a quick bite or to get food to go. We even went back another time and got food to go on our way to Kaanapali Beach. After reading the reviews, I’m kicking myself for not trying their Spam Musubi. I’ll be back for sure the next time I’m in Maui!
Dr. Jacqueline "Jax" Cheung grew up in Sacramento, California. She is a Christian Wife, Proud Mom, Major Foodie, Sacramento Native, Elk Grove Resident, Feminist, Adoption Advocate, Blogger, Freelance Writer, and Cat Lover. Jax is the owner of the award winning Jax Chronicles Blog & Adoption Ministry. Jax won Sacramento Area A-List Local Best Blogger 2014, 2015, 2017 & 2018 and Best of Elk Grove Best Blogger 2016 & 2017. She is also the Editor-In-Chief of the Elk Grove Tribune, and freelances for Sacramento4Kids, and many other publications. Jax is married to Dr. Kenneth Cheung (Kenny). Jax and Kenny live in Elk Grove, California and have 2 daughters named Roxy and Carissa, and 3 cats named Mochi, Miso, and Mango. To follow her journey please like her Jax Chronicles Facebook page, follow her Instagram @jaxchronicles, follow her Twitter @jaxchronicles, or check out Jax Chronicles Blog & Adoption ministry.