Mom and I went to Da Kitchen for lunch today. This is the first one on Oahu, where we live, but there are two on Maui. I've read the glowing reviews before, but nothing could prepare me for the monstrous portions! I guess you could classify this type of food as "haute platelunch". Platelunches have always been a mainstay here, usually consisting of artery clogging goodness... maybe some kind of meat, scoops of rice, and macaroni salad (with or without gravy). Well, the prices here seemed a wee but high, until you noticed that every entree could serve a family of four. I ordered Mahi Mahi Tempura with rice and macaroni salad, and mom ordered Chicken Katsu (Japanese style fried, breaded cutlet) with gravy, rice, and mac salad. What arrived at our table was a mountain of food. I mean, it was almost embarrassing. We had enough leftovers for dinner. I will be going back, in part, because I want to try the famous fried Spam Musubi (fried Spam sandwiched between rice, wrapped in seaweed, and breaded and fried in Panko ;-).