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Mililani Golf Club Restaurant

Mililani Golf Club Restaurant

Mel and Alonzo Abrazado
Family Dining
Filipino
Breakfast
Cocktails
95 -176 Kuahelani Avenue
Mililani Town, HI
Phone: 808 625 2256
Neighborhood: Mililani
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Filipino Favorite - Fried Pata
Alonzo's Famous Steak Plate
Char Siu Chicken
When I first visited brothers Mel and Alonzo Abrazado I had a feeling that their restaurant would be successful . And I secretly guessed that as soon as people discovered their poke and marinated meats then they'd be in great demand.
Just a few years after opening the extremely unpretentious restaurant on the grounds of Mililani Golf Club, the brothers are doing brisk business - and still being discovered daily by lovers of good food.
Those who miss a true taste of their Filipino heritage should head here. There's no one recreating the flavors of a Filipino childhood like Mel and Alonzo. Dedicated to bringing back a taste of good old home cooking, they've gained a steady following of devotees who can't believe the dishes taste so good.
"We've had people thank us and tell us that they didn't believe anyone could make these dishes anymore," says Mel, proudly.
I love the char siu chicken and the marinated meats ( steak and chicken) that are ready to take home and grill. The chicken is expertly de boned, and the meats make for tasty, easy dinner.

Sit outside and watch golfers at play, or just enjoy the incredibly peaceful surroundings and a cold beer. Inside the décor is delightfully disconnected – with football flags strung from the ceiling and Christmas paper decorating a wall behind a newly installed salad bar. Customers are a mixed bunch too – with everyone from large family groups taking advantage of the casual atmosphere and incredibly reasonable prices, to guests who’ve discovered the value of lunch in this off the beaten track location.
Such is the popularity of both the restaurant and its location, catering has now become a large part of the business.
“We’ve done everything from wedding receptions to baby luau’s and graduation parties,” says Mel, “and of course we do a lot of catering to golf groups and clubs.” Choose from a Filipino Menu that starts at $15.50 per person to a Hawaiian Menu for $18.50 of an American Menu at $28.50 where prime rib, King crab legs, noodles and salads are amongst the choices.
There are banquet menus too that mix an assortment of dishes and seem just about perfect for any kind of local gathering. While the Mililani Golf Club Restaurant serves a wide variety of foods that include breakfast, salads and sandwiches, it is the local food that people can’t get enough of. House Special Alonzo’s Hawaiian Beef Steak is tender steak that really does almost melt in the mouth. Oxtail Soup has a huge following amongst connoisseurs of the popular dish.  Pupu platters featuring fried noodles, steak, char siu chicken, lumpia, spam musubi  and kim chee are available for around $29.
Local style dishes include pork chops, hamburger steak, kalua pork and cabbage, kal bi, and dozens of other favorites.
The restaurant is open to the public from morning till night with plenty of free parking and the great taste of home cooked food.


   
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