Ono for Grandma G’s

Whenever I go to the Saturday KCC farmer’s market, I like to try new food booths to see what’s being served. One of the newer booths, which is now a staple at the farmer’s markets around Oahu, is Grandma G’s.

Run by the Wong and Ishisaka families, this booth serves up local style meals (breakfast at KCC, dinner at Kailua) and are constantly busy. No wonder: their proprietary blend of spices for certain plates gives their food extra-good flavor that makes you feel like you’re eating at a party at their house.

Warning: their plates are big, so plan on sharing or taking them home to eat for a couple of days … unless you’re hungry. Here are some shots of my visit to their booth last Saturday; I guess I’ll see you there tomorrow!

Grandma G’s Kitchen

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Meet Eric and Robyn Ishisaka, the backbone of Grandma G’s. Their recipes and spice blends were originally created by Grandma G, so they named their company after her.

You can find Grandma G’s booth at the farmer’s markets around Oahu, but they also cater functions.

Grandma G’s Kitchen