Owner Mark Mizer — a self-taught chef under the wise tutelage of his uncle Hwang, and with many years of experience in the restaurant industry — knows a good thing when he sees it, and the “mixed-plate” style of Hawaii’s multicultural cuisine was love at first sight.
He started the Buddha Bruddah food trucks and enjoyed great success, then opened a restaurant in Seattle, and recently opened another in Kenmore. Mitzer also is remodeling a pickup counter in Kirkland’s Kingsgate area, where folks can get to-go orders, or order delivery.
The brick-and-mortar locations allow for an expanded menu of dishes, so along with the restaurant’s classic plate lunch-style chicken katsu, coconut shrimp, and kalua pork, additional dishes such as tempura shrimp and Locomoco will be available.
Visit the website for locations, to place orders, and see the food truck schedule.