he most common word I’ve heard to describe Tiffany’s is local. You only have to take one look at the 93-item menu to understand. There’s chow fun—that’s the fat noodle (if you’re new to noodles)—oxtail soup, Bi Bim Bap, mochiko chicken and, of course, Spam and egg sandwiches. And that’s just the tip of the pupu iceberg. Last time I was there three parties, including mine, ordered the sizzling steak bites. They turned out to be a carnivore’s dream, medium rare and tender. The entertainment, a big part of the package, includes multiple TVs broadcasting sports events like UH football, pool tables and karaoke after 9pm.
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