We haven’t had a loco moco since our trip to Hawaii, so when we saw the menu for the Ohana Cafe in Palm Harbor, we had to go check it out.
It’s a cute little place on Orange St. We got there before the rain this morning, so were able to sit out on the patio. They said they also have a tent out back with heaters for when it gets too chilly. The menu is filled with healthy items. Lots of organically grown food as well as vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options.
Our loco moco was made with a lean buffalo patty and organic egg covered with gravy, onions and served over jasmine rice. I also couldn’t resist a popover and some red potato home fries.
The home fries were my favorite thing. They were yummy. My favorite loco moco in Hawaii actually had roast pork on it, but this one was pretty good. Loren thought everything needed more salt on it. The popover would have been much better if it had been fresh out of the oven. It wasn’t warm, so didn’t have the burst of steam and goodness that you’d expect if it had been served piping hot.
The service was good and everyone was really friendly. Total bill was $17.
The Ohana Cafe
306 Orange St N
Palm Harbor, FL