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Old 10-02-2012, 09:55 AM   #1
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Ohanas with vegetarian

We have Ohanas booked and one of our party is a vegetarian. Do we need to inform them before hand.
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You don't need to. If you let your server know when they come to the table that you are vegetarian the chef will whip up something special. Usually something with tempora or rice a tofu. I am vegetarian and I look forward to whatever they bring me. Also you can eat the salad, bread adn the noodles. Stay away from some of the sauces though they are made with stock or broth. We had our wedding rehursal dinner there with all 40 guests and had one long huge table. The chef brought over a HUGE skillet with tempoura and crunchy noodles...it was AMAZING!
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:50 AM   #3
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I have seen some awesome dining reviews about Ohana's for vegetarians. Everyone has raved that what the chefs create are delicious and outstanding! Enjoy!
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You don't need to. If you let your server know when they come to the table that you are vegetarian the chef will whip up something special. Usually something with tempora or rice a tofu. I am vegetarian and I look forward to whatever they bring me. Also you can eat the salad, bread adn the noodles. Stay away from some of the sauces though they are made with stock or broth. We had our wedding rehursal dinner there with all 40 guests and had one long huge table. The chef brought over a HUGE skillet with tempoura and crunchy noodles...it was AMAZING!
I'm not vegetarian and that sounds amazing!
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Old 10-02-2012, 02:42 PM   #5
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thanks so much everyone, looking forward to eating here as missed it last time.
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