I have a possibly silly question about 'Ohana's steak. When we ate there in September, we got the rushed sort of service that people comment on sometimes. When they brought steak around, I answered that I did want some and it was plop, plop, server gone. It was maybe medium-rare, probably closer to rare. The steak never came around again so I don't know if it's always done that way. My parents will be with us this time (not for the whole vacation, just this dinner) and my mom would probably like to try the steak. But she has an immune disease and doctor's instructions to only eat well-done meat. I know there are arguments that properly handled meat is safe and all that, but she follows his advice and would not have wanted to eat the steak I was served last time. So my questions are, is rare/medium rare "standard" for 'Ohana? Can you say, "Whoa, hold on there sir, would you bring me some well-done?" or would they even do that? Or are there different levels of doneness going around and I just only got the medium rare? I know lots of people prefer it more or less cooked.